Which Shepherd's Crossing House are you in?

Shepherd’s Crossing is a School for Magic in Toronto, Canada. Students are divided into houses, each named after one of the school’s founders: Rae, Alan, Jean and Wren. Students are placed by rolling a magical four-sided die (D4). The die takes into account the individual’s likes/dislikes, skills, potentials and passions so they will be placed amongst peers who can encourage them to be all they can be. Which house would you be sorted into at Shepherd’s Crossing? Take this quiz to find out! biseenscene.com

Lindsay B-e
Created By Lindsay B-e
On Jun 23, 2018

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You have been sorted into the House of Rae!

You have been sorted into the House of Rae!

The House of Rae specializes in religion, politics and power. Raes are strong-willed, opinionated and charismatic. The house is filled with policy-makers and policy-changers, community activists and theological thinkers. Members of this House often lead the School’s religious and interfaith communities, along with student government. Raes frequently end up as political and religious leaders, judges and lawyers, champions for people’s rights. Topics you will hear discussed at length in the Rae Common Room are: individual and institutional rights, the relationship between church and state, laws and civil disobedience, social justice, etc. The staff liaison for Rae is Rev’d Kierkegaard, the School Interfaith Chaplain.

You have been sorted into the House of Alan!

You have been sorted into the House of Alan!

The House of Alan specializes in wisdom and adventure. Alans are creative, thoughtful and passionate. The House is filled with artists, writers and readers, travellers and risk-takers. Members of this House often work together to put on art shows, cultural events, and poetry slams. Alans frequently end up as writers, painters, dancers, mountain-climbers. Topics you will hear discussed at length in the Alan Common Room are: philosophy, art and risk-taking, the importance of representation, stories from travels, etc. The staff liaison for Alan is Prof Ruddiger, the Social Studies Professor.

You have been sorted into the House of Jean!

You have been sorted into the House of Jean!

The House of Jean specializes in caring for the living and the dead. Jeans are scientific, hard-working and inquisitive. The House is filled with doctors, botanists and zoologists, farmers and cure-finders. Members of this House often volunteer with animals and at healing centres. Jeans frequently end up as surgeons, sustainable farmers, veterinarians, physicists, lab technicians. Topics you will hear discussed at length in the Jean Common Room are: cures for diseases, the scientific method, pet training, gardening techniques, etc. The staff liaison for Jean is Dr Robot, the Healthcare Professor.

You have been sorted into the House of Wren!

You have been sorted into the House of Wren!

The House of Wren specializes in friendship and relationships. Wrens are friendly, empathetic and compassionate. The House is filled with counsellors, caregivers, lovers and dreamers. Members of this House often create social clubs and support groups. Wrens frequently end up as mediators, caregivers, mental health professionals, social workers. Topics you will hear discussed at length in the Wren Common Room are: ‘shipping’, relationship advice, emotional well-being, meaningful connections, etc. The staff liaison for Wren is Ms Riker, the School Counsellor.