Astronomy - The study of constellations, planets, outer space, and the night sky
Charms - Basic spells that become the building blocks of all wand-based magic
Defense Against the Dark Arts - The study of nefarious creatures and spells and how to protect oneself against them
Herbology - The study of the various plant species of the wizarding world, including identification, care, and use
Ordinary Studies – An introduction to non-magical persons and their cultures and lifestyles
Physical Education - Mandatory only for sixth and ninth grade (Freshman)
Potions - How to identify, mix, and prepare ingredients along with a study of proper brewing techniques and practices
Transfiguration - The study of changing one object into another, usually of similar size and stature
US History - A course that studies the history of both magical and ordinary United States
Arithmancy - The study of numerology and how to cast spells and practice divination using number
Care of Magical Creatures - An introduction to the many beasts of the wizarding world and how to care for them
College Prep - A class designed to help students apply for and gain entrance into non-magical universities
Divination - An overview of the many ways one can predict the future and learn to see with the inner eye
Flying - The basics of how to operate and control a broomstick
History of Magic - A course that builds on the topics covered in US History, but to include the broader wizarding world
Ordinary Mathematics - An overview of the non-magical subjects of algebra, geometry, and statistics.
Ordinary Sciences - An overview of the non-magical subjects of physics, biology, and chemistry.
Clubs & Extracurricular
Dueling Club – Students learn to use combative and defense spells in a safe environment
Quidditch Club – Students skirmish amongst themselves, learn new skills, and play matches against other schools.
Quodpot Club – Students meet every Saturday to play America's most popular magical sport
Gobstones Club – Fans of the popular wizarding board game can hone their skills and enjoy a good time playing this game every Wednesday afternoon, during free period
Drama Club – A student production is put on each term by the drama club. It is usually a Shakespeare production in the fall and an American written production in the spring
Newspaper Club – Aspiring journalists and photographers are welcome to join this club, which produces the student newspaper, The Niffler.