Who doesn't love Hogwarts? The floating candles in the great hall, the classes, the friendships, Quidditch and O.W.L.s....did we mention the ghosts? And who doesn't know Hogwarts after the famous Harry Potter defeated He Who Must Not Be Named?
But, Hogwarts wasn't always a top notch private school. Established in the middle ages, it started out as a school only for the elite - that's the male elite, mind you. Young men from the top noble houses in England, Scotland and Wales were sent to Hogwarts to become the greatest wizards and warlocks of all times. Witches were sent to other schools - if they were lucky, otherwise schooled at home.
The year is 1778. Hogwarts has just gained a new headmaster Richard Salamander III, a man of big ambitions and a progressive outlook. He is opening up the doors to all - young men and women regardless of their background and heritage. Many of the school staff have also been replaced after handing in their notice. The prestige of the school hangs by a thread with many of the noble families considering moving their children to more appropriate institutions.
What would you do if you could become a witch? If you were given the chance to turn your life around? To stop hiding? For magic to be accessible and taught, not hidden away? What if you had the chance to shape the world your way?
Ideas are still in the works but wondering if there is any interest?