Beauxbaton?

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zod-doom
Is beauxbaton an all girl school or is it co-ed, I am writing a fan-fic and i just want to know, either way my story will most likely end up NC-17

Saratn
yes it is an all girl school

Barker
Could've Sworn I Read Something About A Boy at Beauxbatons....erm During The Dance?

Saratn
yeah, that was umm...let's see, oh yes...it was when Snape went nice and friendly with Harry, I remember now.

bubbles33
its co ed in the book , in the trailers it looks all girls tho, what is it

The Phantom
If it is co ed in the book, it is co ed. The movie means nothing.

Barker
Pg #423, Goblet of Fire (Obviously)

"Are you going to dance at all?" Padma Asked Ron.

"No," siad Ron, still Glaring after Hermione.

"Fine, snapped Padma, and she got up and went to join Parvati and the Beaxbatons boy, who conjured up one of his friends to join them......

The Phantom
Originally posted by Barker
Pg #423, Goblet of Fire (Obviously)

"Are you going to dance at all?" Padma Asked Ron.

"No," siad Ron, still Glaring after Hermione.

"Fine, snapped Padma, and she got up and went to join Parvati and the Beaxbatons boy, who conjured up one of his friends to join them...... There you go. Co ed. Don't believe the movie, they only have it all girls in there because... wait... why don't they have guys?

Saratn
wow...i don't remember no guys. i thought it said an all girl school somewhere...how ironic is that...i made myself look smart to an idiot in less than ten minutes. new record for me...i guess i should be more careful in what i post...and i didn't think that because of the book either, it's just that i thought it was an all girl school because of the Triwizard Tournament, didn't only the girls enter? they only mentioned the boys once in the book, which i guess kind of implies that it is mostly an all girls school, but has some boy students. who knows? it isn't all that important since the schools are only in that book...

Sir J
i hate it when the movie change alot

then again it would have been wierd seeing a boy doing that "uuhhh" thing when they attract the boys that would have put me off im glad ive got just girls to look atdroolio

pinkduckie
in the book the school is coed, mayeb they wanted to give the idea of an all girls.. very girly school image,,, since they did not mention at all anywhere in the movie about Flure being part veela

danagrint
It's an all girl school, I read in a magazine with the cast of hp

hotsauce6548
Originally posted by zod-doom
Is beauxbaton an all girl school or is it co-ed, I am writing a fan-fic and i just want to know, either way my story will most likely end up NC-17

laughing

Sorry. Last sentence made me laugh.

Princess Lyla
It's strange but Barker said it, only in one sentence did JK Rowling made reference of the boys, but it seems that it was an all girl school, maybe it was an error, maybe JK meant that the Patils left with the durmstrang boys.

DarkC
Jesus Christ. How many things did they screw up in the movie?!

hotsauce6548
Originally posted by Princess Lyla
It's strange but Barker said it, only in one sentence did JK Rowling made reference of the boys, but it seems that it was an all girl school, maybe it was an error, maybe JK meant that the Patils left with the durmstrang boys.

I doubt it. I believe they only brought girls for a reason. That doesn't mean that the whole school is girls...

zac_j
Originally posted by zod-doom
Is beauxbaton an all girl school or is it co-ed, I am writing a fan-fic and i just want to know, either way my story will most likely end up NC-17
give me a link to your story.

Sir J
Originally posted by hotsauce6548
I doubt it. I believe they only brought girls for a reason. That doesn't mean that the whole school is girls... yeah but im happy with just the girls especially Fleur droolio

DenKi
What do you fools expect? Even if a boy is mentioned in ONE LINE of the harry potter book its not worth the effort putting him in the movie.

scurran
Originally posted by Barker
Could've Sworn I Read Something About A Boy at Beauxbatons....erm During The Dance?

yeah i remeber that

sammii
the schoool is sall girl n durmstrang is all boy (pure bloods) otherewise wouldn,t they have a bb boy pit his name in the goblet ............. deffinately all girls

Idk035
In the book there are boys, but in the movie its all girls. The boy who danced with Parvati is a Durmstrang boy.

siriuswriter
Yes. Beauxbatons is a co-ed school. The reason why the movies portray it as an all-girls school is for cinematic balance - because Durmstrang is presented being in the movie as an all-boys school. The book doesn't say if it's all-boys or co-ed, but I think that Durmstrang is more liable to be just males.

Then in the movie it's like - presenting Hogwarts : quirky, off-key, wonky. presenting Beauxbatons : light, fairie, flowing, graceful. presenting durmstrang : manly, carrying big magic sticks, acrobatic, quidditch star.

There are a number of icons that became available after GoF came out, all "explaining" the differences between movie and book. One of them said, "Beauxbatons : All of our boys died of sexual frustration."

Answers. YAY!

Soundgun99
In the movie they seemed to imply that it is an all girl school, but in the books Rowling writes that it is co-ed.

Originally posted by zod-doom
Is beauxbaton an all girl school or is it co-ed, I am writing a fan-fic and i just want to know, either way my story will most likely end up NC-17

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