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(If you have any trouble submitting the form on this page, you will receive an email with the link to the form after ordering.)
This is for the most popular wizarding school: the British one located in Scotland. However, you may choose British or American phrasing on the form above. Students of all nationalities may attend any of the schools (British, American, Scandinavian, or French). Choose the school you like best. The basic acceptance letter includes the first page, second page of books and equipment, envelope, and wax seal. You may also add a train or bus ticket.
You will have several options to choose from. The movie version measures 8.5 x 11 inches, has different fonts, and slightly different text. The book version measures 7 x 10 inches. The early version will say the student has been pre-approved for acceptance. The late version will add an apology post script to the bottom of the letter. You can even select a late version to ask someone to prom! If you choose the Dead Letter version, the envelope will have additional markings as if it has been lost in the mail since the 11th birthday. Be sure to use the information for the student at age 11 and do not use titles such as “Mrs.” or “Dr.” unless they had that title then.
*Unfortunately, most of the fonts we use for our items do not have the special characters used in many languages such as accent marks, tildes, cedillas, etc. We apologize for the inconvenience and promise to use them whenever possible, but we may need to use a different font than the ones shown in our photos. If you absolutely want the fonts shown, please leave off the special characters when filling out the form.
Be sure to check out our other listings for candies and soda to make your gift extra special by sending goodies with it. Would you prefer the magic version with green metallic foil replacing the green ink on the 1st and 2nd pages? Look at the products below and click on “Magic Acceptance Letter”. You will also find acceptance letters to the American, French, and Scandinavian schools.