****11/27/2016 UPDATE: Student Lounge Edition is currently under construction and posted as a separate book! This edition will no longer be updated, as Club functionality has returned to the main site and an official version is available under the tab "Groups & Roleplays". Apologies for the inconvenience.**** This is a comprehensive catalogue of all the clubs currently here at Hogwarts. Clubs are organized into chapters based on what category they fall into. Don't see your club anywhere in the catalogue, or noticed that something is wrong? Want your club removed from the catalogue for whatever reason? Please owl the editor! This catalogue will be updated monthly, at a minimum, to ensure that all clubs are properly catalogued and students are able to find the clubs that best suit their interests. Please spread the word and share this catalogue with your fellow students! Original stock image credit goes to: amethyste-stock at deviantart, who can be found at http://amethyste-stock.deviantart.com.
Health & Fitness Clubs
This chapter was last updated: August 24th, 2014 and has 6 listed clubs.
All clubs with a stated purpose of providing support for or connecting people with similar health issues can be found here. This includes physical, mental, and magical health issues. You will also find clubs for students looking to lose weight in a safe, healthy environment, and other fitness enthusiasts in this chapter. If you feel that your club has been placed in this chapter by accident, please owl the editor with the correction and it will be relocated within 24 hours. Clubs are listed alphabetically by name.
- Auto-immune Disease Support (#25,324), led by Kailey Krupar. A club for students with auto-immune diseases and disorders. This is a safe place to get support, complain to people who do understand, and share stories. Encourages students who do not have these diseases or disorders to join as well.
- Circle for Mental Wellness (#25,137), led by Professor Genesis Starfight. A club for expression and healing, focusing on how to find peace and sanity with the chaos of everyday life. They host discussions and activities based on interest on topics such as art therapy, meditation, and nutrition and exercise. They also provide support for those struggling with anxiety, depression, or other issues, and have an off-site forum.
- Magical Maladies (#26,261), led by Paen Wright. A club for fun-loving students who have to take the strange route in life due to different maladies. This is a place to talk about disabilities and ways to get around them, work with them, and overcome them.
- Mental health advocates (#26,811), led by Dreamer Winston. A club for anyone struggling with their mental health. This is a place to give and receive advice, foster friendship in a safe environment, and help one another navigate an often unsupportive world.
- Running club (#27,399), led by Laura Thompson. A club to discuss running and give other runners moral support. Runners of all ability levels are welcomed, from those starting their first couch-to-5k to ultra marathon competitors.
- Weight Loss for Witches (#25,510) led by Polyhymnia Hoots. A club for students looking to lose a few pounds or more using healthy and safe practices. This is a safe place to talk about issues or methods, share stories, encourage one another, or even complain.