• Ravenclaw Newsletter May 2021
  • I hope everyone is having a great term so far! I can't believe we're more than half way there.

    Ravenclaw News

    We're still in the lead for the House Cup. Congratulations to all the point earners of Ravenclaw. Keep it up!

    I hope everyone had a fantastic picnic in the park with April's activity!

    This month's activity is The Farthest-Away Mountain found here: viewforum.php?f=435 It's being hosted Prof. Sindor Aloyarc. Sounds like fun.

    If anyone has a favorite song they would like to share that features rainbows, go over here: http://forum.roosted.org/viewtopic.php?f=355&t=12449

    The next Alte deadline is May 31. So if you have any ideas of what you would like to submit, head over here: http://forum.roosted.org/viewtopic.php?f=35&t=11913.

    There is a new debate topic in the Debate Club to do with Dumbledore over here: viewforum.php?f=55. It sounds interesting.

    HOL News

    Go over to the Gryffindor Common Room and participate in this months role play. It's the May Scenario: The Room of Hidden Things. After that, you can stay around and play some games in Peeve's Place.

    This months Wonders of the World in Hufflepuff is The Wonder of Cats. Who doesn't like cats? The week 1 activities were posted. You can go here for more information: http://thebadgersett.us/forum/index.php ... the-world/

    Slytherin's newspaper, the Serpentimes' deadline is June 15. There's still plenty of time to get your submissions in, but don't wait until the last minute. In the Slytherin Common Room, there appears to be something for everyone. There's games, a Harry Potter Read-Along with trivia, and more.

    The Art Department currently has 2 activities. You can make a postcard of your summer plans and/or make a collage of your school memories. Go over to the Art Department and show your artistic skill. The Art Department is here: https://hol.org.uk/art

    The Library Department also has 2 activities. You can write about a witch or wizard working a muggle job and/or write about a promise your characters gave, but either did or didn't keep. For more information, go here: https://hol.org.uk/library

    While you're in the Art and Library Departments, you can also vote for submissions on previous work. Voting ends May 14.

    There is a new challenges posted in HOLLERS. There is also new Creative Outlet tasks to do with Earth. Go here to see more about it: https://hol.org.uk/forum/viewforum.php?f=320

    There's a new prompt in Book Club here https://hol.org.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=393&t=33031

    There are plenty of discussions topics going on right now in the Student's Lounge of the HOL Forum. Go and take part.

    Enjoy the month of May and the rest of the term!
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  • Ravenclaw Newsletter April 2021
  • Ravenclaw News!

    Congratulations everyone, we are currently in first place for the House Cup with 51,980 points!

    We have just wrapped up Ravenclaw Pride Month! This year we made predictions and tried to find out which Alumnus used which Ravenclaw trait and where they used it. Thank you to everyone who took part and the organizers!

    The Eagles 2021 winners have been announced! See the winners here.

    This month we will be having a Picnic in the Park, organized by Kendra Givens. Come to the Picnic in the Park for food, fun, and beautiful scenery.

    Submissions for the Alte Sentiatum April issue have ended. Be one the lookout for it to be published.

    Around the Castle:

    HOL News

    The April HOLLERS challenges and the Neptune creative challenges have been posted!

    The book club has released new prompts for April.

    The Library Department has the projects: Weird Weather and The Professor open for voting until April 14th. Submissions are open for Written in the Stars and Get the Memo are open until April 30th in the Library Department.

    The Art Department currently has Colours and Shapes and Hogwarts Portraits open for voting until April 14th. Egg Decorating and Kite Flying are open for submissions until April 30th.


    Spring into action and go outside to enjoy the nice weather! Repot the seedlings and sow the seeds in the roleplay area of the Gryffindor forum.

    Submissions for the Pawprint closed March 28th, the next issue should be published in April.


    Visit the Games Tent (DoHGaS) and the Creative Club to take part in this month's activities. The Wonders of the World presents the Wonder of Love. For Mandala fun visit Mandala Magic. The Musical Wizards continues this month at the Sett.

    The Wizarding Times deadline closed March 8th, we can expect a new issue to be published soon.


    Visit the dungeons to take part in a Spring Staycation. Check out the GOBstones club and the Arcade Club! The Harry Potter Read Along is reading the Deathly Hallows.

    The next deadline for the SerpenTimes is June 15th, the theme is Verdict. Submissions can earn you house points!
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  • Ravenclaw Newsletter - March 2021
  • It’s Ravenclaw Pride Month!!!

    First, let me say how proud I am of the over 50,000 house points that have us in first place right now - keep up the great work, everyone!

    If you haven’t done so yet, check out Whispers In the Wind to join in on a game similar to the muggle game of Clue. Check out the activity forum for more information! I’m also looking for more nominations for The Eagle Awards, so feel free to check out this list in the main HOL forum and email me with your nominations!

    If you’re looking for some musical fun to get you out of a gray mood, E=MC Hammer this month is all about cartoon music! Head over there to post your favorite cartoon related tunes!

    Alte Sentiatum is accepting submissions for the April issue, which has a theme of ‘Wit and Wisdom!’. Submissions are due by March 31st. Remember, you get house points for submitting to newspapers!

    In other houses...

    It seems that some pesky pixies have gotten loose in the corridor in the Role Play area of the Gryffindor forum. Want to help get things back in order? Head on over to contribute to the story.

    Submissions to the Paw Print are due on March 28th, and their theme this time around is ‘Quaint/Retro’. Check out their Quivering Quill forum for more details!

    Their new mini-prefect, Harry Walles, has an activity going on called The Musical Wizards. So far there is a discussion and a jigsaw puzzle to solve. All HOL is invited.

    Check out the Games Tent (DoHGaS) for this month’s puzzles and Wonders of the World, which focuses on wonderful movies this month!

    The deadline to submit to the SerpenTimes is next Monday, March 15th. This edition’s theme is ‘Blast from the Past’. As always, they always have their Silly Snakes game lounge, GOBstones board game club, and Arcade Club to keep you busy!

    I hear that they have an activity coming up on March 15th called 'Spring Staycation', so stay tuned for that!

    HOLLERs: There are three new puzzles waiting for you in the Challenges area and some art projects related to the planet Mars in the Creative Outlet area - go have some fun!

    Book Club: If you haven’t already joined in on Book Bingo, check out the forum for the rules for participation. Happy reading!

    Art Department Projects for March: ‘Hogwarts Portraits’ and ‘Colors and Shapes’

    Library Department Projects for March:
    ‘Weird Weather’ and ‘The Professor’
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  • Ravenclaw Newsletter February 2021
  • Welcome back!

    It's such a pleasure to see you all again after the winter break.
    As always the start of a new term is an exciting time and I hope you're all enjoying it as much as I am! Have you chosen your classes already? Otherwise, do make sure you look in on what's available. You will surely find something that's to your liking!

    Ravenclaw News

    Valentine in the Roost
    February is always a LOVEly time, isn't it? And this year the Roost is hosting a Valentines party for you to join. Here you will get to compete against your fellow eagles to make the best bouquet of flowers – and guess which flowers your opponent chose of course.
    I encourage everyone to go and try their hand at it here

    This Month's Theme Songs will all be all about winter which is still going strong here where I live; we've had to shovel snow a LOT these last few days. Why not go there and share a few of your favourites?

    Alte Sententiam
    Alte is still accepting submissions until the 7th of February, so get those last minute submissions in or look forward to a whole new Alte issue coming soon.

    HOL News

    Of course we all have to sign up for classes (at least those of us who haven't already), and wow are there a lot of awesome ones to choose from. Whether you prefer canon Harry Potter classes or would rather learn about something else, there will surely be something of interest to you. I know I have a hard time picking!
    Go here to check out which ones you want to join.

    The Library Department has two projects for you to enjoy.
    One option is to write a story where you are an imposter – I suddenly feel like I am in Among Us, but there are many other situations where you might have to blend in.
    Or maybe you want to try your hand at writing a newsletter like this one? Ok, maybe a little more interesting; you will have to write a newsletter for a magical community; What's going on in this neighbourhood in the coming weeks?
    Did I mention both of these projects offer points for doing them?
    Go here to find out more

    Likewise the Art Department also has two projects for you to participate in, either adding a plant to the gardens of HOL or show what you would give someone you love. And like above, these are also worth points.
    Go here to check it out

    Pawprint just published a new issue of their legendary paper: Go here to read it

    Wizarding Times has also recently published a new issue of their paper which you can find here

    SerpenTimes is still taking submissions for their next paper: the theme is Blast from the Past and the deadline is the 15th of March. Go here to find out how to submit.
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  • Ravenclaw Newsletter January 2021
  • Hello Roost!

    Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a great term so far. As many of you already know, the term is coming to an end on January 15, 2021 at 11:59 pm HOL time. Make sure to get all the work/assignments in by then.


    Slytherin- 23,490
    Hufflepuff- 20,436
    Ravenclaw- 18,598
    Gryffindor- 18,135


    Class applications
    Have you wanted to teach a class at HOL? Lucky for you, class applications for the spring term are open and will remain open until January 20. Click here to view the guidelines and here to submit an application.

    The Art Department currently does not have any new projects but there are two projects you can vote on. Click here to visit the Art Department and vote for the projects Frigid Fun and Holiday House Decorations. Voting ends on January 14.

    The Library Department currently has two projects, Frozen Moment and Explore the Lake.

    Frozen Moment
    Everyone has these moments where you wish you could freeze time. Either to give you more time to think before you act, or to prevent what happens next from happening at all, or because the moment is so perfect you wish to freeze it and preserve it forever. Whatever yours is, we want to hear about the moment you want to freeze. This project is worth up to 10 points and is due on January 31.

    Explore the Lake
    We all know that the Lake holds different creatures (a giant squid not least among them). Though we also have to admit that the lake remains largely unexplored. It's time to change all that now! You have been chosen to take part in an expedition to explore what's in the lake and as you emerge people are eagerly awaiting your report; What have you found down there?! For this challenge we would like you to write about exactly that. Did you find an unexpected creature, did you visit with merpeople, did you find a sunken ship or perhaps the way to Durmstrang. There are so many possibilities and we are eager to hear about them. This project is worth up to 20 points and is due on January 31.

    You can also vote for the projects Red Letter Days and From Bad to Worse. Voting ends on January 14. Click here to visit the Library Department.

    There is currently one activity taking place in the HOL Forum called Land of the Sweets. You can join in anytime until January 17. Click here to view more information.

    Click here to participate in the book club and here to visit HOLLERS. There are lots of fun activities to do.


    This month, there is supposed to be a big blizzard coming. Can you survive this icy January? Come play to collect some HAP/Beans here.

    View the latest issue of the Alte here.


    Professor Dumbledore has challenged the Hogwarts teachers to swap subjects. Brilliant idea or a recipe for chaos? Go find out in the Gryffindor Common Room. All of HOL is invited to help the professors settle into their new roles.

    Go discover the wonders of the world in the Hufflepuff Common Room. This month’s wonder is Water!

    Visit the Slytherin Common Room to participate in their many different clubs!
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  • Ravenclaw Newsletter December 2020
  • Hello, fellow Ravenclaws!

    We have just finished up BBO, I hope everyone has has fun participating. The Bronze nest has won! Congratulations to both nests, and all of the participants! Thank you to all of the organizers of BBO! This month there is an event called Winter in the Sand. Where you will have the opportunity to complete tasks to earn Ravenclaw Activity Points and Beans.

    We are currently in 3rd place in the House Point standings with 12,739 points, let's keep earning more points to try to strengthen our position.

    The Alte Sententiam has just finished accepting submissions for the December edition on November 30th.

    HOL News

    The Secret Elf Present Exchange will be held in December, as well as the Land of the Sweets. The Secret Elf Present Exchange is a yearly event where people send anonymous gifts such as beans, puzzles, art, etc. By participating fully, you can earn House Points! Land of the Sweets is a Nutcracker themed event with a variety of tasks to complete to earn House Points!

    The Library and Art Departments don't currently any projects you can participate in, however voting is open until December 14 for Left Behind, Magnificent Menus, Fall Decor, and Fandom Socks.

    Gathering and Games is running on Sunday December 13th, 6 PM until 8 PM HOL-time, at #gamesroom. Everyone is welcome and it is a great way to meet people and have fun!

    Don't forget to check out the Challenges and the Creative Outlet boards at HOLLERS!

    The book club is running the Winter Reading Challenge 2020/2021, they will also have some new prompts in Quill and Ink and Ink Splatters for December, for those who enjoy reading and writing!

    Gryffindor, Slytherin, and Hufflepuff News

    For more point earning opportunities check out The Wizarding Times, (the theme is Grimmauld Place - Solitude, Reflection, submissions are due December 31, 2020) and The SerpenTimes (the theme is Secrets, submissions are due January 15, 2021)

    Help sort out the mail, Owl Winter Long with the Gryffindors at the Hogsmeade Post Office.

    Tis' the Season is set to begin on December 6 in the Dungeons, and the Silver Snake gift exchange has begun! The Silver Snake gift exchange is open to everyone, and gifts are due by December 24.

    Check out the Arcade in the Dungeons to see if you can get a high score in the monthly challenge!

    Hop on the Sleigh ride to celebrate the HOLidays with Wilbur, at the Sett,

    Hufflepuff will be posting more challenges in DoHGaS (the games tent).

    If you are looking to take a break from the festivities and you enjoy rolepaying check out The Great Roleplaying Blackout of 2020, Roleplaying at the Lions Den, and Slytherin Tales
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  • Ravenclaw Newsletter November 2020

    Hello everyone, I hope all of you are doing well.

    First off I would like to thank Prof. Rorey Padfoot for the amazing Hocus Pocus Activity and I am sure that everyone had a lot of fun, I for once did have a lot of fun.

    At the moment we are in fourth place in the house standings and I know that none of you want to give away the house cup this year and I know that Prof. Kyrie has no desire in giving the cup this year too. We have a lot of opportunities to earn points, so don’t lose hope yet. Also we still have a lot of time. So Go Eagles!

    Speaking of house points, our fabulous house newspaper, the Alte Sententiam, is accepting submissions for the December issue. The deadline for submissions is November 30th, so have fun creating!

    This month we have the BBO ( Blue Bronze Olympics), now this Olympics will take place between the two nests that are the Blue and Bronze nests. You can find the activity here


    HOLLERs have the monthly challenges which you can do and earn some hoots.

    The HOLLERs are also hosting an activity called as the Creature Card Coral which will start from the 1st of November till the 12th of December. You can also earn house points by solving everything in this activity. You can find the activity here

    Hufflepuff has the monthly activity called as the Wonders of the World and the theme for November is Volcanos. There is also another activity in the Sett called Together in Thankfulness and it starts on the 8th of November. You can find the activities here and here

    The Gryffindors have a new roleplay for November and the Slytherin have the monthly activities in the read-along, arcade club as well as the puzzle exchange.

    There are also two new projects in the Library Department as well as the Art Department, which you can earn house point by completing.
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  • Ravenclaw Newsletter October 2020
  • Ravenclaw News:

    Thanks go out to all the PiTs (Prefects in Training) Amy Smith, Charlie Spencer, and Sparky McPup for their super fun Solve September activity this past month!!

    Coming up in October, the Just a little Hocus Pocus hosted by me, Prof. Rorey Padfoot. You can find it here!

    *whispers* In the current point standings Ravenclaw is fourth place, but do not tell Prof. Kyrie, because I have no desire to see her wrath, so let’s all just do our part and earn all the points, because she is NOT giving back the house cup!

    Keep an eye out for the first Alte issue of the year and start thinking about what you want to contribute for the next issue; it’s a huge point opportunity! Look here for all what we accept.

    HOL News:

    Speaking of newspaper points *hint hint* both the SerpeTimes and the Wizarding Times are accepting submissions until October 15th. The Gryffindor Pawprint is accepting submissions until October 23rd, so if you want be a big point earner this is the way to do it!

    The Library and Art Departments both have two new projects you can work on as well. If you ever need to see what point opportunities are available you can check out Prof. Ryan’s post here.

    HOLLERS has new challenges out this month if you want to try your luck with puzzles and earn some Hoots!

    If you love reading or books in general check out the Book Club on the HOL Forum.
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  • Ravenclaw Newsletter - September 2020
  • Hello everyone. I hope everyone had a great summer.

    Ravenclaw News
    It’s early in the House Cup Race, but so far we are in first place with 892 points. Keep it up!!!

    The Roost has a new activity, go and find your missing school supplies by completing fun tasks and earn beans along the way.

    Have you ever wanted to submit to the Alte? The Alte deadline for the October issue is September 30. So get those submissions in!

    If you have a topic of interest that you want to create a debate about, go over to the Debate Club.

    HOL News
    It’s a new school year at HOL and I hope everyone is signing up for the classes they want. There are plenty to choose from this term!

    There is a Read-Along in the dungeons. Go join the Slytherins for a month of tasks and trivia to do with Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Show your knowledge.

    Have you ever wanted to perform on stage? Head over to the Gryffindor Common Room to meet a graduate of Hogwarts who is back for a visit and wants to put on a show.

    Hufflepuff is having new monthly activities. Each month has to do with a wonder of the world. There will be weekly activities, head over to the Hufflepuff Common Room and see what this month is about.

    The Art Department has two new projects to start off the school year. You can decorate Platform 9 ¾ or create your impression of your favorite chapter from any of the Harry Potter books.

    The Library Department also has two new projects: The Grass is Greener and The Best Person for the Job.

    Go over to Hollers to see what new and interesting challenges they have for you to complete this month.

    If you would like to submit to other Newspapers other than Ravenclaws, Serpentimes is accepting submissions until October 15th and the Paw Print is accepting submissions until October 23rd. There is plenty of time to get those submissions in, but don't wait until the last minute.
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  • Ravenclaw New Eaglet Newsletter - August 2020
  • Welcome to Ravenclaw!

    Welcome back home, eagles! Special welcome to the eaglets who will be joining us for the first time this school year. This newsletter is admittedly lengthy, but has a lot of information about all things HOL for you. In my 4 years here, I’ve learned so many new things and I’ve met people from around the world who I can now call friends for life. I hope that the same can happen for all of you!

    There is a LOT on both HOL and within Ravenclaw to get involved in. It can seem overwhelming at first, so we’re dedicating this newsletter to help our new members (and veterans, too, for that matter) get a grasp on how to access things on the site. You will also learn a lot of this information through your HOL 101 class.

    If you have questions about anything at any time, feel free to ask any of the Ravenclaw Prefects and they'll be happy to answer or point you in the right direction. Remember, we're here to help!

    HOL Fundamentals

    HOL Handbook: In order to keep the site safe and running smoothly for everyone, there are a few simple rules that we ask all of our members to follow - you'll find these in the HOL Handbook and the HOL Code of Conduct. If you haven’t read these documents yet, I highly recommend that you do! You can find them all the way at the bottom of the main HOL page or click on the links below:
    HOL Handbook
    HOL Code of Conduct

    Chatrooms/IRC: The HOL chat rooms are a great place to get to know your fellow students! There are almost always a few students hanging out in the chat rooms, especially during the weekends. A list of official channels can be found in the HOL Handbook. Of particular interest, the main HOL channel is #hol and the Ravenclaw house channel is #ravenclaw. You can access the Chatrooms from the bottom of the main HOL page or at the link below.

    HOL Forum: If you have not already done so, you should definitely sign up for the HOL Forum using your complete HOL name as your username. The HOL forum is where most of the action happens here, including major site announcements, HOL-wide activities, clubs, classrooms, etc. Be sure to check there regularly for new activities and announcements.
    o Current Activities: This is where you can find any HOL-wide activities that are being run. Right now, Diagon Dealings is in progress until August 17th, and you can still sign up!
    o Art Department: Located on the main HOL page, the Art Department offers monthly art projects that you can submit for house points. Other members will vote on the quality of your work, and you can vote on others’ submissions as well. Go check out the current projects now - due August 31st!
    o Library Department: Also accessible on the main HOL page, the Library Department will offer monthly writing prompts for you to participate in and vote on. New prompts were just posted - due August 31st!
    o HOLLERs: HOLLERs is a fun place for all kinds of activities. There you will find monthly puzzle challenges and artistic tasks.
    o Book Club: The Book Club offers a space to discuss books, authors, themes, and other things. You can also practice your writing skills there! They also run some big activities - right now, the Book Bout reading challenge is happening until August 23rd. Go get involved!

    House Forums: Even though you are a member of Ravenclaw, you are more than welcome (encouraged, even!) to make an account on the other houses' forum pages. Each house offers activities that all HOL members can participate in.

    Ravenclaw Basics

    The Roost: The Ravenclaw Common Room is affectionately known as The Roost! In addition to the monthly activities we have running, there are several forums where you can interact with your fellow Ravenclaws. There are also informational forums where you can learn about how to earn house points and how to get the most of your HOL experience in general! We encourage you to click around and check out all the information and opportunities available to you!

    Nests: As a member of Ravenclaw, you've also been sorted into a house nest (Blue or Bronze) according to the first letter of your HOL first name. Nests are split alphabetically A-J (Blue) and K-Z (Bronze). Each nest can play host to its own discussions, debates, games, etc. but by no means are you restricted to posting within your own nest - feel free to visit your neighboring nest to see what they have going on!

    Each nest is overseen by a team of prefects, who will serve as the main points of contact for all of the students in their nest. The nests are divided as such:
    Blue (A-J) – Alexander Brighton, Gail Allen, Mia Fountain
    Bronze (K-Z) – Kendra Givens, Polaris Black, Torii Taylor

    Each year, there is a competition between Blue and Bronze which involves four categories: House Points, Activity Points, Blue/Bronze Olympics in November, Ravenclaw Pride Month in March. You can help out your nest to earn points by completing your homework, participating in activities both here and on HOL and just being an active HOL member in general. You can find more details at your nests by clicking here for Blue or Bronze.

    Orientation: If you’re ever lost and need direction, the Orientation section is a good place to start! There you’ll find information on navigating the main site, classes, clubs and activities, and sections of the Roost, as well as a tutorial for connecting to the HOL chatrooms via IRC. There’s also an activity involved with beans to be earned! Information there will be reviewed and updated regularly to make sure it’s as accurate and easy to follow as possible.

    Adopt-an-Eaglet: Ravenclaw offers first years the opportunity to partner with a veteran housemate through the Adopt-an-Eaglet program, located within Ravenclaw Orientation. This mentor can answer questions, give advice, keep in contact, and generally help our newest members learn the ropes. Coincidentally, it's also a good way to make a new/first friend on the site! If you’d like to have a mentor, please post your name there and we’ll get you matched with someone ASAP. Feel free to reach out directly to any of the mentors listed on the Adopter List.

    All Around Ravenclaw

    Alte Sententiam: The Alte is Ravenclaw's bi-monthly house newspaper. Articles commonly include reviews, scientifics, puzzles, graphics, and articles about any number of topics. Alte is sure to have something for everyone to enjoy. Anyone is welcome to submit your own articles, stories, or graphics to be published. The Alte is consistently a good read, so I'd encourage you to check it out whenever a new issue is released. You can contact editor-in-chief Gail Allen or editors Prof. Ryan Granger and Polaris Black with any questions.

    o The War Room: Want to learn about all the ways you can earn house points and help Ravenclaw in its quest for the house cup? (Which, by the way, is currently sitting in Prof. Kyrie’s office and she doesn’t want it removed…) Check out the War Room so that you can stay in tune with what’s keeping Ravenclaw the best house in HOL.

    o Debate Club: Being the thinkers that we are, Ravenclaws are prone to having strong opinions about just about anything. If that sounds like you, then the Debate Club might just become your favorite part of the Roost! Recent debates are over the best summer vacation and activity.

    o E=MC Hammer: This is where we talk about music! The lovely Gail Allen always poses a monthly topic relating to a particular theme and then you’re welcome to share a song that comes to mind based on that theme. I’ve discovered a lot of new music this way!

    Ravenclaw Staff

    Remember, prefects (especially your nest prefects) and reserves should be your first point of contact with any concerns!

    Kendra Givens (Head Prefect)
    Alexander Brighton
    Gail Allen
    Polaris Black
    Mia Fountain
    Torii Taylor

    Prof. Kyrie Adderholt (Head of House)
    Prof. Arielle Lemoyne (Deputy Head of House)
    Prof. Ryan Granger (Deputy Head of House)
    Prof. Gustavo Flores
    Prof. Limine Snidget
    Prof. Neville Prongs
    Prof. Rorey Padfoot
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