I Went To Hogwarts in College and Now Everyone Knows It

I never told this to anyone before. This is a secret that I tried to keep from everyone that I know. But I’m telling you this right now. I went to Hogwarts. I know it sounds unbelievable, but I really did! Our school can be found at the High Woods in the South of Luzon. It is a place surrounded by trees and… parking lots. Our school is separated into four different houses back then.

 

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ARTS AND SCIENCES (Blue) which is also known as  The House of Ravenclaw. Members of this house are characterized by their wit, learning, and wisdom. Most of the courses that are under CEAS are educators, pre-med courses and artists.

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS, ECONOMICS, ACCOUNTANCY, AND MANAGEMENT (Yellow) which may be known as the House of Hufflepuff.  Students belonging to this house are known to be hard-working, friendly, loyal, honest and rather impartial. These are the key factors in business and entrepreneurship.

COLLEGE OF NURSING (Green) which is also known as the House of Slytherin.  
It is traditionally home to students who exhibit such traits as cunning, resourcefulness and ambition. Coincidentally, the emblem of this department has a snake in it which is a medical symbol.

COLLEGE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING (Red) which is also known as the House of Gryffindor. The Gryffindor House emphasises the traits of courage as well as “daring, nerve, and chivalry (most probably because they are amongst the few who are brave enough to take the course 😉   )

This was my Hogwarts back then. We also had a few subjects that I had fun taking. But that’s going to be a different story 😉 Let’s just leave this blog post for now.

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