Middle School Teacher Spent 70 Hours Turning His Classroom Into Hogwarts

September 27, 2017

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These are a ton of shots of Hillsboro, Oregon based Evergreen Middle School teacher Kyle Hubler's Hogwarts themed classroom. Hubler spent 70 hours over five weeks converting an otherwise plain classroom into one resembling Hogwarts. And who wouldn't want to go to Hogwarts? Do you think he teaches potions or defense against the dark arts? "I doubt it." That's a shame.

A long-term Harry Potter fan himself, Hubler incorporated his own collection of merchandise into the room and paid for the rest of the supplies out of his own pocket, since the series holds a very special place in his heart. "I love Harry Potter because of the impact it had on me as a kid. Being a kid can be tough sometimes... and reading the books was a way to escape that and feel like I did belong."

You know what I did when being a kid was tough and I needed to escape and felt like I belong? Went and played in the forest with all my animal friends where I really did belong. That's where I finally discovered what my Patronus was. "And?" One of those monkeys with the crazy red asses.

Keep going for a bunch more pictures.

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Thanks to Charlotte, who agrees this is the perfect teacher to bring a chocolate frog instead of an apple.

  • The_Wretched

    He just wanted to be the headmaster.

  • ciboluchac

    it reminds me of my days at University, altough the one in my city is relatively modern compared to the others in the nation that were founded around one thousand (1000) years ago.

  • David

    Seventy hours to build - And 10 minutes for the kids to completely destroy and steal everything.

  • Adibobea9

    Another passionate 1st-year teacher who will be overcome by the demands of public schooling and will eventually lose his job. All that time and money invested will be for naught when he has to take it all down. I had an awesome Art teacher with a fun classroom, but not sure how this one will end up…

  • GeneralDisorder

    I really want to give this dude a wedgie.

  • Captain Matticus, LP Inc.

    Playboy had a great impact on my early life, too. But when I decorate my classroom with centerfolds, suddenly I'm the ***hole!

  • Krespie

    It makes me think of those themed houses they used to do on the tv show "Monster House." You'd walk in and say "ooo" a lot and then after the camera crew leaves, you'd actually have to live in it and it would get really old, really fast. When I was in middle school, I had a hard enough time paying attention without the constant distraction of cool movie props. Definitely an A for effort, though.

  • TheQiwiMan

    Let's hope he puts as much effort into... you know... actually teaching the kids important things.

  • Captain Matticus, LP Inc.

    Everything they'll need to know is on page 394

  • jrose

    How many days until the first religious asshole accuses this teacher of indoctrinating children into witchcraft and satan worship? Answer: minus seven days, judging by YouTube comments posted last week.

  • Captain Matticus, LP Inc.

    It's Oregon, so probably never. At the most, if someone does complain on the grounds of religion, the rest of the state will give them the collective finger.

  • Bling Nye

    YERA TEACHER, 'ARRY!

  • Meh

    A for effort, F for franchise picking.

  • Big Dog on Krampus

    he should have gone with Porky's

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