It's pretty hard to dispute the fact that two of the biggest fandoms in the fantasy realm are Harry Potter and Frozen. So what happens when these two worlds collide? The fan art found on Pinterest shows what one of Frozen's protagonists, Elsa, would look like had she been a student at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
Elsa already displays powers that people in Arendelle find strange, so it wouldn't surprise me if she actually had some other magical powers. Maybe the owl carrying her Hogwarts letter was the same as mine, which would explain why neither of us received our very much intended letters. Instead of having to hide her powers, Elsa's life could have been drastically different.
The year Elsa first arrives at Hogwarts and for the first time she's surrounded by equally gifted children.
Elsa then returns to Hogwarts for her second year after a summer in Arendelle with her family. Even though it was warm out, she was sure to create enough flurries to build a snowman with Anna.
In her third year, Elsa is finally getting the hang of her powers. She also finds that she has a knack for Charms and Transfiguration.
In her fourth year, Elsa faces the same troubles as your average 14-15 year old. She becomes self-conscious of her powers again and wears gloves to keep from being singled out by her power.
Elsa spends most of her fifth year in the library focusing on studying for the O.W.L. exams. Even though she's confident in her abilities, she finds it easier to keep preoccupied rather than having to focus on her increasing powers over ice and snow.
After acing her O.W.L.s, Elsa regains much of her confidence. She sheds her gloves and even goes on to try out for the Ravenclaw house Quidditch team! She also takes part in the Apparition lessons, so that she and Anna can explore even more of Arendelle when she gets home.
Facing graduation, Elsa is more prepared than ever to go out into the world. She's not only proved to her people that her powers can be controlled and used for good, but she's finally proved it to herself as well.
To no one's surprise, Elsa graduated top of her class. Although she was offered high positions in both Arendelle court and the Ministry of Magic, she decided to become a teacher instead to ensure that no other little girl with magical powers would be forced to conceal her abilities.
I don't know about you, but I would have loved to have seen Elsa under Dumbledore and McGonagall's tutelage. Or, better yet, singing in the Hogwarts choir with Professor Flitwick: