Scientology's 'real-life Hogwarts' school charges $42,000 a year - 2011-10-04

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F125.png Scientology's 'real-life Hogwarts' school charges $42,000 a year October 4, 2011, Guy Adams, The Independent

The Church has launched a new offensive against its critics in the US media, accusing an author who attempted to lift the lid on secrets of a $42,000-a-year boarding school it runs in rural Oregon of making "a number of false claims" about the institution and its teaching methods.

Benjamin Carlson's two-part series on Delphian School, which has about 250 teenage students, made headlines last week when it described how teachers there follow a curriculum designed around "Study Technology", a controversial teaching method designed by Mr Hubbard in the 1960s.

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{{cite news | first = Guy | last = Adams | title = Scientology's 'real-life Hogwarts' school charges $42,000 a year | url = https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/scientologys-reallife-hogwarts-school-charges-42000-a-year-2365190.html | work = The Independent | date = October 4, 2011 | accessdate = February 7, 2019 }}