Welcome to Silverleaf School of Fine Magic and PracticeA school made for all schools of witchcraft.Established in 1874, Silverleaf School of Fine Magic and Practice (SSFMP or Silverleaf) has been a safe haven for students of witchcraft all over America. From ages five to fifty, Silverleaf provides education from only the best instructors. We recruit talented professors from around the world to teach our students and offer competitive pay and many benefits as an added incentive. We also have on campus housing for staff members (optional) and various dorm room styles for students (required for those under 21). Those options can be seen in our welcome pamphlet on the first day (below Student Council). Once you enter the gates of the schools, you'll feel as if you are on a living, breathing campus. There are clubs that keep the school alive with activities for the students to get involved in.
Guaranteed Coven Admission
Not only does education at Silverleaf provides the finetuning of a young witch's abilities, but it also provides a headstart into the world of witchcraft. We have direct lines to 25 different covens around the world who accept our "Guaranteed Admissions" program. Simply take the classes the coven requires and keep your GPA above a 3.0 and you're in! Here are the esteemed covens:
-le Cercle des Racines d'Herbe
-Sisters of the Silver Thread
-Circle of the Lunar Owl
-Sisters of the Night Sky
-les Femmes de Clair de Lune
-le Coven Mystique
-le Coven de la Trinité
-The Oak Spirit Coven
-Circle of the Spirit Drum
-Wives of the Silverbark
-Circle of Divine Teachings
-Circle of the Faery Tree
-Coven of the Bramble Root
-le Cercle du Jardin de Nuit
-les Femmes du Temple de Lune
-Circle of the Sun
-Circle of the Moon
-The Quiet Meadows Wives
-The Night Garden Coven
-Coven of the White Tree
-Coven of the Earth Temple
-Coven of the Silver Thread
-Coven of the Crystal Rose
-The Sacred Flame Circle
-Sisters of Nightshadow
Schools of Witchcraft Taught at SilverleafElemental-Water, Earth, Fire, and Air or other physical manifestations
Spiritual-Talents such as palmistry, tarot reading, tea leaf reading, and other abilities that do not physically manifest
Necromancy-the ability to talk to the dead
Demonology-the ability to converse with the demons that assist, or harm, us
Voodoo-A New Orleans Favorite, this school of witchcraft is one of the hardest
Every student is allowed a familiar/animal companion. There is a limit in size, so we do ask that your familiar take the form no bigger than a wolf.
Student Body/Council OfficersWe have all types of positions open for the leadership of the school!
A. Represent the student body at district and civic events and other meetings.
B. Be responsible for coordinating the interviewing, selection and functioning of committee chairpersons and task forces.
C. Supervise the functioning of the elected student body officers.
D. Develop the agenda for and preside over the meetings of the Student Council.
A. Represent the student body at the school district, civic events, and other meetings as requested by the president.
B. Coordinate the work of committees.
C. Preside over Student Council meetings in the absence of the president.
A. Maintain the student body files.
B. Prepare agendas for meetings.
C. Take and distribute minutes of meetings.
D. Represent the student body at school district, civic functions, and other meetings as requested by the president.
E. Type material for student body officers and committee chairpersons as needed.
F. Sign all purchase orders.
A. Coordinate the preparation of the annual budget.
B. Present the proposed budget to Student Council for adoption.
C. Maintain financial records of the student body.
D. Prepare financial reports for meetings of the Student Council.
E. Assist the bookkeeper with sales as necessary.
F. Coordinate fundraising projects for the student body.
G. Sign all purchase orders.
A. Gather materials in preparation for the Student Council Scrapbook.
B. Be responsible for the completion of the scrapbook.
C. Maintain a file of materials about activities of the school.
D. Make sure pictures are taken of all activities.
E. Coordinate work on other historical presentations (i.e., slide shows, video).
A. Provide advice on questions of parliamentary procedure.
B. Make the Council members aware of good parliamentary practices.
A. Write, edit, and submit stories about the Council to the school paper and local media.
B. Organize publicity for Student Council meetings and events.
A. Recruit members of the committee.
B. Call and preside over meetings of the committee.
C. Inform officers of progress and problems which arise.
D. Delegate tasks of committee and follow up with members to be sure plans are completed.
A. Communicate ideas from the student body to the Council.
B. Report to the class the results of Council action.
C. Serve on or chair committees.
D. Volunteer as needed.
HousingEach path of witchcraft has a specific tower for the living accommodations for each student within those schools. Students have the option of having a roommate or having their own room. Faculty get their living spaces attached to their office space, and are the only ones who can access them. Here are some examples of dorm room assignments:
A thanks to Professor Shadowend for showing us her room!
It was still early morning, and the new school year was about to start. The beginning of the new school year is an exciting time for many, and a dreadful one for many others. For Henry Morgan Lazuli, it was very exciting, especially since he was Headmaster of Silverleaf School of Fine Magic and Practice. For Headmaster Lazuli, it was a chance to meet new faces and reconnect with familiar ones. It was a time of learning for all, even for the Headmaster, because even though he was once a student here himself, he always believed one is never too old to learn, and this also meant that he knew that each and every person was unique.
Headmaster Lazuli was in his office waiting for the go-ahead to make his way to the auditorium to make his welcome speech. While he was waiting, he was organizing the many books and scrolls that resided within his office. The numerous tomes and volumes throughout the office ranged from ancient to new, and from small to enormous. He recently acquired about a dozen or so books at a meeting and was trying to find the proper places for them. The office itself was very large and ornate, and was decorated with fine art, statuary, antique furniture, and large model ships, all of which Headmaster Lazuli had built himself.