Euro-Glyph School of Extraordinary Languages was an international wizarding language school focusing on obscure magical languages, such as hieroglyphs. There were Euro-Glyph schools in London, Leeds, Montreal, Nairobi, Santiago and Caracas.
Behind the scenes
- It is possible you can attend this school to learn to speak languages such as Gobbledegook and Mermish. Albus Dumbledore was able to speak both languages.
- Dumbledore is also able, if not to speak, then at least to understand, Parseltongue when spoken. Although it seems unlikely, it is possible one can learn the language of the serpents on the school, as Dumbledore must have picked it up somwhere, and that Parsletounge indeed is a extraordinary language. Although, if this was the case, it is highly unlikely that many would attend the class, due to its dark reputation and connection to the Dark Arts.
- Due to his ability to talk a waste amount of languages, it is possible that Barty Crouch Sr. attended this school prior to becoming the Head of the Department of International Magical Cooperation. However, this is not confirmed.
Notes and references
|The Eleven Schools: Beauxbatons · Castelobruxo · Durmstrang · Hogwarts · Ilvermorny · Koldovstoretz · Mahoutokoro · Uagadou|
|Specialised schools: Academy of Broom Flying · Charm School · Euro-Glyph School of Extraordinary Languages · Merge School of Under-Water Spellage · Wizarding Academy of Dramatic Arts|
|Examinations: First year exams · Second year exams · Third year exams · Fourth year exams · Ordinary Wizarding Level · Nastily Exhausting Wizarding Test|
|Core classes: Astronomy · Charms · Defence Against the Dark Arts · Herbology · History of Magic · Potions · Transfiguration|
|Elective classes: Alchemy · Arithmancy · Care of Magical Creatures · Divination · Muggle Studies · Study of Ancient Runes|
|Extra-curricular classes: Apparition · Advanced Arithmancy Studies · Ancient Studies · Art · Flying · Frog Choir · Ghoul Studies · Hogwarts orchestra · Magical Theory · Muggle Art · Muggle Music · Music · Xylomancy|