Africa, America, and Celtic: official-ilvermorny:

Classes currently offered at Ilvermorny:

First year required classes

Basic Magical Theory I
Magical History of the World I
Charms I
Potions I
Defense Against the Dark Arts I
Transfiguration I
Herbology I


Second year required classes

Basic Magical Theory II
Magical History of the World II
Charms II
Potions II
Defense Against the Dark Arts II
Transfiguration II
Herbology II

Third year required classes

Intermediate Magical Theory
Magical History of North America I
Charms III
Potions III
Defense Against the Dark Arts III
Transfiguration III
Herbology III
Two or more elective classes

Forth year required classes

Magical History of North America II
Charms IV
Potions IV
Defense Against the Dark Arts IV
Transfiguration IV
Herbology IV
One Native or Foreign Magics class
Two or more elective classes

Fifth year required classes

Charms V
Potions V
Defense Against the Dark Arts V
Transfiguration V
Herbology V
One Social Science class
One Native or Foreign Magics class
Two or more elective class

Sixth year required classes*

Charms VI
Potions VI
Defense Against the Dark Arts VI
Transfiguration VI
Herbology VI
One Social Science class
Three or more electives

Seventh year required classes*

Charms VII
Potions VII
Defense Against the Dark Arts VII
Transfiguration VII
Herbology VII
Four or more electives

Elective classes

General Electives:

Care of Magical Creatures I - V
Enchantments I - IV
Divination I - V
Arithmancy I - III
Astronomy I - V
Magical Linguistics I - III
Arithmancy I - III
Martial Magic I - III
No-Maj Studies I - IV
Basic Healing I - III

Social Sciences:

Magical History of The United States of America
Magical History of Mexico
Magical History of Canada
Magical History of South America
Magical History of Central America
Magical History of Continental Africa
Magical History of the Middle East
Magical History of Western Europe
Magical History of Northern Europe
Magical History of Eastern Europe
Magical History of the Mediterranean
Magical History of Western Asia
Magical History of Russia
Magical History of China and Japan
Magical History of Oceania
Magical Governments

Native and Foreign Magics:

Native American Practices I  II
Hawaiian and Polynesian Witchcraft
Caribbean Witchcraft
Mexican Wizardry
South American Magics I  II
African Sorcery
Ancient Egyptian Rituals
Hebrew Practices
European Witchcraft
Celtic Druidism
Nordic Runecraft
Hindu Practices
Chinese Sorcery
Japanese Practices


Creative Arts:

Dancing and Spellcasting I - III
Choral Sorcery I - III
Instrumental Magic I - III
Spellsongs
Magic in Visual Art I - III
Magical Sculpting

Foreign Languages:

English I - III
Spanish I - III
French I - III
Latin I - III
Greek I - III

Field-Specific classes:

Advanced Healing I  II
Magizoology I  II
Curse-Breaking I  II
Advanced Magical Theory I  II
Magical Archaeology and Anthropology I  II
Magical Construction I  II
Advanced Martial Magic I  II
Spiritual Studies I  II
Advanced Arithmancy I  II
Advanced Runecraft I  II
Potioneering I  II
Inter-Species Diplomacy I  II
Theoretical Magiphysics I  II
Magriculture I  II
Advanced Divination I  II

*Sixth and seventh years are when students tend to begin to go into Field-Specific classes, as well as some internships and such with areas in which they would like to work. Because of this, at the end of the fifth year after the LAMP (Levels of Aptitude in Magical Performance) tests are administered, students are brought into a meeting with a counselor (often their Head of House) to discuss possible career futures. Some of the “required” classes for these two years can be dropped based on the schedule and agenda of the student in question, as well as their LAMP test scores.

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official-ilvermorny: Classes currently offered at Ilvermorny: First year required classes Basic Magical Theory I Magical History of the World I Charms I Potions I Defense Against the Dark Arts I Transfiguration I Herbology I Second year required classes Basic Magical Theory II Magical History of the World II Charms II Potions II Defense Against the Dark Arts II Transfiguration II Herbology II Third year required classes Intermediate Magical Theory Magical History of North America I Charms III Potions III Defense Against the Dark Arts III Transfiguration III Herbology III Two or more elective classes Forth year required classes Magical History of North America II Charms IV Potions IV Defense Against the Dark Arts IV Transfiguration IV Herbology IV One Native or Foreign Magics class Two or more elective classes Fifth year required classes Charms V Potions V Defense Against the Dark Arts V Transfiguration V Herbology V One Social Science class One Native or Foreign Magics class Two or more elective class Sixth year required classes* Charms VI Potions VI Defense Against the Dark Arts VI Transfiguration VI Herbology VI One Social Science class Three or more electives Seventh year required classes* Charms VII Potions VII Defense Against the Dark Arts VII Transfiguration VII Herbology VII Four or more electives Elective classes General Electives: Care of Magical Creatures I - V Enchantments I - IV Divination I - V Arithmancy I - III Astronomy I - V Magical Linguistics I - III Arithmancy I - III Martial Magic I - III No-Maj Studies I - IV Basic Healing I - III Social Sciences: Magical History of The United States of America Magical History of Mexico Magical History of Canada Magical History of South America Magical History of Central America Magical History of Continental Africa Magical History of the Middle East Magical History of Western Europe Magical History of Northern Europe Magical History of Eastern Europe Magical History of the Mediterranean Magical History of Western Asia Magical History of Russia Magical History of China and Japan Magical History of Oceania Magical Governments Native and Foreign Magics: Native American Practices I II Hawaiian and Polynesian Witchcraft Caribbean Witchcraft Mexican Wizardry South American Magics I II African Sorcery Ancient Egyptian Rituals Hebrew Practices European Witchcraft Celtic Druidism Nordic Runecraft Hindu Practices Chinese Sorcery Japanese Practices Creative Arts: Dancing and Spellcasting I - III Choral Sorcery I - III Instrumental Magic I - III Spellsongs Magic in Visual Art I - III Magical Sculpting Foreign Languages: English I - III Spanish I - III French I - III Latin I - III Greek I - III Field-Specific classes: Advanced Healing I II Magizoology I II Curse-Breaking I II Advanced Magical Theory I II Magical Archaeology and Anthropology I II Magical Construction I II Advanced Martial Magic I II Spiritual Studies I II Advanced Arithmancy I II Advanced Runecraft I II Potioneering I II Inter-Species Diplomacy I II Theoretical Magiphysics I II Magriculture I II Advanced Divination I II *Sixth and seventh years are when students tend to begin to go into Field-Specific classes, as well as some internships and such with areas in which they would like to work. Because of this, at the end of the fifth year after the LAMP (Levels of Aptitude in Magical Performance) tests are administered, students are brought into a meeting with a counselor (often their Head of House) to discuss possible career futures. Some of the “required” classes for these two years can be dropped based on the schedule and agenda of the student in question, as well as their LAMP test scores. Image Source

official-ilvermorny Classes currently offered at Ilvermorny First year required classes Basic Magical Theory I Magical History of the World I Charms I Potions I Defense Against the Dark Arts I Transfiguration I Herbology I Second year required classes Basic Magical Theory II Magical History of the World II Charms II Potions II Defense Against the Dark Arts II Transfiguration II Herbology II Third year required classes Intermediate Magical Theory Magical History of North America I Charms III Potions III Defense Against the Dark Arts III Transfiguration III Herbology III Two or more elective classes Forth year required classes Magical History of North America II Charms IV Potions IV Defense Against the Dark Arts IV Transfiguration IV Herbology IV One Native or Foreign Magics class Two or more elective classes Fifth year required classes Charms V Potions V Defense Against the Dark Arts V Transfiguration V Herbology V One Social Science class One Native or Foreign Magics class Two or more elective class Sixth year required classes* Charms VI Potions VI Defense Against the Dark Arts VI Transfiguration VI Herbology VI One Social Science class Three or more electives Seventh year required classes* Charms VII Potions VII Defense Against the Dark Arts VII Transfiguration VII Herbology VII Four or more electives Elective classes General Electives Care of Magical Creatures I - V Enchantments I - IV Divination I - V Arithmancy I - III Astronomy I - V Magical Linguistics I - III Arithmancy I - III Martial Magic I - III No-Maj Studies I - IV Basic Healing I - III Social Sciences Magical History of The United States of America Magical History of Mexico Magical History of Canada Magical History of South America Magical History of Central America Magical History of Continental Africa Magical History of the Middle East Magical History of Western Europe Magical History of Northern Europe Magical History of Eastern Europe Magical History of the Mediterranean Magical History of Western Asia Magical History of Russia Magical History of China and Japan Magical History of Oceania Magical Governments Native and Foreign Magics Native American Practices I II Hawaiian and Polynesian Witchcraft Caribbean Witchcraft Mexican Wizardry South American Magics I II African Sorcery Ancient Egyptian Rituals Hebrew Practices European Witchcraft Celtic Druidism Nordic Runecraft Hindu Practices Chinese Sorcery Japanese Practices Creative Arts Dancing and Spellcasting I - III Choral Sorcery I - III Instrumental Magic I - III Spellsongs Magic in Visual Art I - III Magical Sculpting Foreign Languages English I - III Spanish I - III French I - III Latin I - III Greek I - III Field-Specific classes Advanced Healing I II Magizoology I II Curse-Breaking I II Advanced Magical Theory I II Magical Archaeology and Anthropology I II Magical Construction I II Advanced Martial Magic I II Spiritual Studies I II Advanced Arithmancy I II Advanced Runecraft I II Potioneering I II Inter-Species Diplomacy I II Theoretical Magiphysics I II Magriculture I II Advanced Divination I II *Sixth and seventh years are when students tend to begin to go into Field-Specific classes as well as some internships and such with areas in which they would like to work Because of this at the end of the fifth year after the LAMP Levels of Aptitude in Magical Performance tests are administered students are brought into a meeting with a counselor often their Head of House to discuss possible career futures Some of the “required” classes for these two years can be dropped based on the schedule and agenda of the student in question as well as their LAMP test scores Image Source Meme

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