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LISTENING to the latest play pals because like fuck am I actually going to WATCH the thing *Im a wuss*
About the "Hogwarts isn't for Americans" post, Hogwarts is in Scotland, and yet people from the UK go there. So why can't Americans?
because it isn’t likely. I’m not saying that they wouldn’t go there some might however it is more likely that only people from the UK would go there as education in the UK is free for all children in the UK up to the age of eighteen. This would mean Americans would have to pay to go there. Also there would probably be a wizarding school in America which Americans would go to as it is closer to home. just like Beauxbatons is in France and only the French go there. I don’t know but this is my theory.
Plus, Scotland is (for now at least) a PART of the UK. So OP is asking why students of a country should go to school IN THAT COUNTRY which should go without saying. Plus have you ever been here? Scotland is about the only place where you can go that isn’t heavily travelled.
I’m not saying there COULDN’T be Americans at Hogwarts (what if their parent got a job over here and moved the whole family etc), but really there are so many wild places in the US, and so much history and native tradition in the realm of witchery that I can’t conceive of a reason why there WOULDN’T be at least one school of wizardry in North America. Salem Academy MA, perhaps?
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