- Main article: Little Witch Academia (film)
The original short film, directed by Yō Yoshinari and written by Masahiko Ōtsuka, was released in theaters on March 2, 2013 as part of the Young Animator Training Project's Anime Mirai 2013 project, and was later streamed with English subtitles on YouTube from April 19, 2013. It was also released on Netflix as an original movie, with dubs in English, European French, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese and Latin American Spanish.
- Main article: Little Witch Academia: The Enchanted Parade
A second short film partially funded through Kickstarter, titled Little Witch Academia: The Enchanted Parade, was released on October 9, 2015. It tells the challenge of Atsuko Kagari trying to create a successful parade with the help of her friends of Luna Nova Magical Academy, along with the introduction of three new witch students: Amanda O'Neill, Constanze Amalie von Braunschbank-Albrechtsberger, and Jasminka Antonenko, all of whom would expand their roles in the 2017 anime television series.
- Main article: Little Witch Academia (anime)
A television anime series of Little Witch Academia was announced on June 24, 2016. The series began airing in Japan from January 8, 2017 and streamed by Netflix. The first cour's opening theme is "Shiny Ray" performed by YURiKA while the ending theme is "Hoshi Wo Tadoreba" (星を辿れば If You Follow the Stars ) by Yuiko Ōhara. The second cour's opening theme is "Mind Conductor", also performed by YURiKA, and the ending theme is "Toumei na Tsubasa" (透明な翼 Transparent Wings ), also sung by Yuiko Ohara. The series ran for 25 episodes with nine Blu-ray and DVD volumes being released.
- Main article: Little Witch Academia (Teri Terio Manga)
A short one-shot manga based on the anime, drawn by Teri Terio, was published in Shueisha's Ultra Jump magazine on August 19, 2013. Another manga by Teri, featuring an original story, was serialized in Ultra Jump between August 19, 2015 and November 20, 2015 and was compiled in a single tankōbon volume released on January 19, 2016.
- Main article: Little Witch Academia: Tsukiyo no Ōkan
Another series illustrated by Yuka Fujiwara, Little Witch Academia: Tsukiyo no Ōkan (リトルウィッチアカデミア 月夜の王冠, lit. "Little Witch Academia: The Midnight Crown"), began serialization in Shueisha's Ribon magazine from September 3, 2015.
- Main article: Little Witch Academia (Keisuke Satō Manga)
A manga adaptation of the anime series, illustrated by Keisuke Satō, began to be published in 2017.
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- Main article: Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time.
A video game developed by A+ Games and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment, titled Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time (リトルウィッチアカデミア 時の魔法と七不思議 Ritoru Witchi Akademia: Toki no Mahō to Nana Fushigi, lit. Little Witch Academia: The Magic of Time and the Seven Wonders), is scheduled for release on PlayStation 4 in November 30, 2017 in Japan, followed by a PS4 and Steam release in North America in May 15, 2018. A bonus game, Magic Knight Grand Charion (魔導戦士グランシャリオン Magical Warrior Gran Sharion), is available in Japan and the United States as a pre-order bonus.
- "Shiny Ray” by YURiKA (first opening)
- "Mind Conductor” by YURiKA (second opening)
- "Hoshi Wo Tadoreba” by Yuiko Ohara (first ending)
- "Toumei na Tsubasa” by Yuiko Ohara (second ending)
- Main article: List of Little Witch Academia merchandise
In Other Media
- A crossover short featuring characters from both Little Witch Academia and Inferno Cop premiered at AnimeNEXT 2015 on June 13, 2015  and was also shown at Anime Expo 2015 on July 2, 2015..
- Both Akko (in episode 13) and Sucy (episode 8) make guest appearances in Trigger's 2016 anime series Space Patrol Luluco.
- Akko, Lotte, Sucy, and Constanze are featured in Super Robot Wars X-Ω as a limited-time event, in which they are hunting fairies in a forest when they are transported to another world. There, they join the characters of Aura Battler Dunbine and Gurren Lagann in their respective stories while finding their way back to Luna Nova. 
References in Other Media
- The series shares similarities with Harry Potter franchise because both of the protagonists attend the wizardry school and make friends and rivals. They also facing their enemies.
- Three ponies that resembles Akko, Lotte, and Sucy appears made a cameo appearance in Issue 6 of IDW Publishing's My Little Pony: Legends of Magic. 
- A character that looks similar to Akko made a cameo in Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon episode, Mounting an Electrifying Charge!.
- Another similar looking character also featured as a recurring background character in SSSS.Gridman where she appears in Episode 2, Episode 3, Episode 5, Episode 8, and Episode 13. Unlike in Little Witch Academia however, Akko's SSSS.Gridman incarnation has brown eyes and hair as well as lacked her signature ponytail.
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