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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How much does WitchSchool cost?
    WitchSchool is a small private and supportive school classroom that is offered globally online. The cost of enrolment for new students is $2300.00 for a one-year immersive program and a lifetime of ongoing alumnae connections.
  • What is the time commitment?
    In Phase 1 and 2, classes are weekly, for a total of 12 consecutive weeks. You will spend 2 hours in class and will be assigned one hour of solo homework to complete before the following class. Phase 3 takes place once a month and includes more in depth homework, focused on personal and community leadership and mentoring with your faculty, your assigned crone and your class peers. The duration of the program is 11 months.
  • I don’t have any experience as a Witch, is this essential?
    WitchSchool is offered for Witches at all levels - from beginners and ‘baby Witches’ aged 18 and older to experienced Witches and seasoned crones.
  • Can I register for just one semester?
    No, the program is offered as a complete program over 3 phases.
  • I don’t use Facebook. Do I have to join the WitchSchool private Facebook Group page when I enroll?
    Ideally, yes. The Facebook private group is a key place where notes, homework and extra materials for discussions are exchanged. Being part of this group will certainly expand your connection with the material and your class and help you do complete your homework.
  • What is the admission process?
    All potential WitchSchool students are required to complete an intake interview to ensure they are the right fit for the small cohort class that is being curated. The intake interview will be scheduled once an application form has been filled out. To complete your application form, click here. For any questions, please send us and email.
  • How does WitchSchool respect the Indigenous traditions of the land?
    WitchSchool acknowledges the land in which we occupy at the beginning of every in person class and in all ceremonies and throughout. We acknowledge and honour the diverse spiritualities that inform our rituals and teachings. We understand that spiritual histories and globally sourced rituals are complex and we try to always speak and teach from our own backgrounds and give respect to those that taught us. We acknowledge where our own intersectional understandings end and do reach out and learn from those that can truly embody the teachings. We are actively reflecting and changing language that has been taken and used by colonial settlers; I.e. instead of using the word ‘smudge’, we use the phrase ‘burning of herbs’. We are in the process of identifying what our own personal and cultural lineage prescribes as natural-based spirituality. This, of course, could be different for each person. We also ask that all students, as they are situated all over the world, learn about and develop an ongoing practice of acknowledging the history and Indigenous traditions of the lands where they live. (If you are interested in learning more:
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