I submitted my application without any sports checked off on the Activities form, I've been dedicated to other extracurriculars and never really did a sport in high school. I did try out for water polo, but didn't make the cut. My school is starting a new Quidditch team, yes, that game from Harry Potter that they play on broomsticks. It's the "muggle" version, so you have to run around on the ground instead of flying. It's basically no-cut this year, so I was going to join the team just for fun. So now my question: Is this something I should call and tell admissions about to update my application, or would it look too much like a joke? I don't want to appear to be mocking the application, or trying to pass off a nonsense game as a Varsity sport. In the game's defense, it should be considered a sport just like any high school sport. It requires just as much athleticism, sportsmanship, and teamwork as football or soccer. It is a bit goofy having to keep a broomstick between your legs the whole time, but the game has a lot of running for any position, and it's arguably more fast paced than football. So I will be working hard. You also can only really catch and throw the ball with one hand, because of the broomstick rule, so it even introduces unique strategies compared to other ball games. So any thoughts about telling admissions or not would be helpful. I do think it would help my WCS if I added a sport, but I want to be taken seriously about the sport as well.