Harry Potter Christian View
Ravenclaw is definitely the most cerebral of all the houses at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Like all the houses at the famous wizard’s school, Ravenclaw has its own distinct identity and traditions at the magical Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Ravenclaw distinguishes itself in the Harry Potter book series through the specific values and characteristics of this house. Ravenclaw is well known for valuing knowledge, a fast wit, and intelligence. Every house at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry has its own special animal emblem, and Ravenclaw is no exception. The Ravenclaw animal emblem is the eagle. Each house also has its own distinct color codes, and the Ravenclaw has its own distinct color code: the very sober bronze and blue.
The house head of Ravenclaw is Fillus Flitwick, and although the Harry Potter books do not name a resident ghost, the Harry Potter movies do name the Ravenclaw house ghost as the Grey Lady. The Ravenclaw house is named after its namesake, the founder of the house named Rowena Ravenclaw. All the houses of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry correspond roughly to an element, such as air, water, fire and earth. JK Rowling has suggested in past interviews that the Ravenclaw house corresponds to the air element. The book series provides more physical description of the Hogwarts house more than any other of the school houses. However, the physical description of Ravenclaw does provide some bits of description. We are told that the Ravenclaw dormitories and the common room are located in the Ravenclaw Tower, which is located on the west side of the Hogwarts School.
Readers are able to gain much familiarity with the Gryffindor house because it is the house of Harry, if you will. But Ravenclaw does not get nearly as much attention as Gryffindor or even Slytherin. There is not as much description about Ravenclaw than any of the other houses at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Not many of members of the Ravenclaw house receive much description in the course of the series. However, it is hinted at that the members of Ravenclaw are especially physically attractive. It appears that the members of Ravenclaw are especially beautiful, as they have occasionally been described as being pleasing to the eye. Almost all the members of Ravenclaw that are mention in the series have been described as lovely or handsome. None of the members of Ravenclaw have yet figured prominently into any of the plot points, but some of the better-known names include Cho Chang, Roger Davies, Luna Lovegood and Filius Flitwick.
Each of the four houses in the Harry Potter books operate as distinct entities, with their own set of dormitories and common rooms. Each of the four houses also has their very own table at the Great Hall. It can be said that the students of each house, which include Gryffindor, Ravenclaw, Hufflepuff and Slytherin, do everything together: they study together, attend most classes together, eat together, and even sleep in the same section of the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft. Although there exists plenty of rivalry between each of the different houses, that does not mean that they cannot mingle socially. Although most students take classes with members of the same house, there are no regulations against members from different houses socializing. Moreover, there are many different opportunities for members to mingle, including Quidditch matches and other social gatherings. Another of the prime moments of competition between the different houses happens during the annual House Cup. The annual House Cup is determined by the number of points that each member loses or earns throughout the course of the year.