Getting Started with Brave Writer

It’s easy to find the right fit with Brave Writer. Below is a bar, organized according to the ages of your children. Click on the right age range and beneath it you will find a brief description of the Brave Writer “Natural Stage of Growth in Writing” that goes with the selected age range.

If the description seems either too advanced or too easy for your child, consider moving up or down one age bracket to find a good fit. Do not be governed by the age range. Focus instead on the description and match it to your child.

Beneath the stage of growth description you’ll find two columns. The first column lists products designed for you to use independently at home. The second column lists Brave Writer online classes that provide instructor guidance and feedback. Select the products and/or classes that fit your family and budget.

Read more about how Brave Writer can help you and your child…

Jot it Down! ages 5-8

The Jot It Down! stage: The beginning. Your child speaks, and you act as secretary, transcribing your child’s words. Your child sings songs, enjoys rhymes and being read to, is eager to tell you little narratives or factual trivia. Your Jot It Down! children may write using their own “language” or may attempt to create their own phonetic version of words.

Characteristics

  • Learning to read, handwrite, and spell
  • Freely shares little stories and experiences
  • Is blocked when trying to handwrite original thoughts
  • Original writing doesn’t reflect sophistication of speech

For a more detailed look at this stage of growth in writing, listen to Julie talk about it on her podcast:
Jot It Down!.

Home Study With Online Support*
The Writer's Jungle

The Writer’s Jungle is designed to teach the homeschooling parent how to teach writing, and is the centerpiece of the Brave Writer program.

The results? An activated writing voice, and a nurturing tear-free relationship with you, the parent-editor-coach-and-ally.

The Writer’s Jungle works for all students, any age.

This liberating, powerful home-study course comes in a binder format, or as a digital download.

Packages range from $79.00 - $149.00.

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The Wand

The Wand is a language arts program that guides development in reading, spelling, punctuation, and grammar using living literature and readers for children ages 5-8.

The Wand is divided into 10 month-long installments. These can be purchased all at once or by level.

Price range: $49.95 - $129.00.

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Jot it Down

Partnership Writing ages 9-10

The Partnership Writing stage: The most overlooked stage of development in the continuum. Your child shows growing proficiency in handwriting, reading, and spelling, but still finds the hard work of transcription tiring if asked to write for more than a few minutes. Original writing does not reflect the child’s verbal fluency. This is the stage where parent and child write together, with the parent providing the much-needed support to get those precious, quirky insights to the page.

Characteristics

  • Child can write a sentence or a few words at a time, but tires easily.
  • Child needs help with spelling, punctuation, and getting rich vocabulary to the page.
  • Child shows interest in using a pencil or keyboard, but not ready to “go it alone.”
  • Needs modeling for how to take thoughts and help them travel down an arm to the page.

For a more detailed look at this stage of growth in writing, listen to Julie talk about it on her podcast:
Partnership Writing

Home Study With Online Support*
The Writer's Jungle

The Writer’s Jungle is designed to teach the homeschooling parent how to teach writing, and is the centerpiece of the Brave Writer program.

The results? An activated writing voice, and a nurturing tear-free relationship with you, the parent-editor-coach-and-ally.

The Writer’s Jungle works for all students, any age.

This liberating, powerful home-study course comes in a binder format, or as a digital download.

Packages range from $79.00 - $149.00.

Learn more

The Arrow

The Arrow is a language arts program that provides support for development in spelling, punctuation, grammar, and literary elements using living literature for children ages 8-12.

The Arrow is a digital download that gives one month’s worth of instruction at a time.

It can be purchased as a monthly subscription, or you can order all 10 issues at once.

Monthly price: $9.95
Year-Long (10 issues): $79.00

Or you may select from our wide range of already published issues for ala carte options.

Learn more

Partnership Writing

The Partnership Writing program is a 10-month writing plan, meant to complement what you learn in The Writer’s Jungle. This is the product that plans monthly writing projects for you, with step-by-step instructions and a weekly schedule to carry them out. Partnership Writing is designed for for 9-10 years old.**

The Partnership Writing program comes as a digital download and can be purchased alone or in packages.

Prices starting at $39.95.

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Kidswrite Basic

Kidswrite Basic is the online version of the first 9 chapters of The Writer’s Jungle. It offers an environment where you receive support, modeling, and gentle accountability to complete the processes described in the manual.

Dates:

Summer Dates
July 7 - August 15, 2014

Fall Dates
August 25 - October 3, 2014 (Olson)
September 2 - October 10, 2014 (Bell, Fanning)
September 29 - November 7, 2014 (Merryman)
October 13 - November 21, 2014 (Thanksgiving break: 11/26-11/30) (Bell)
October 27 - December 11, 2014 (Thanksgiving break: 11/26-11/30) (Merryman)

Tuition:

$199.00 first student of family
$ 99.00 for each additional child in the family

Ages:
Recommended for families with kids between 9-18

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Just So Stories

The Just So Stories course exposes kids to the classic animal tales in Rudyard Kipling’s Just So Stories. Brave Writer techniques such as list-making, freewriting, revision strategies, and editing are all used in this new context of story-writing.

Dates:

Fall Dates
October 6 - October 31, 2014

Tuition:

$199.00 per family

Ages:

Recommended for 9 - 14 years old

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Playing with Poetry Workshop

Playing with Poetry is a class that gets the entire family writing a variety of poems for four weeks. It’s a great way to get rolling with Brave Writer and involves everyone.

Dates:
Offered Winter Quarter
Tuition:
$199.00 for your whole family
Ages:
Family class: all ages

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Groovy Grammar Workshop

The Groovy Grammar Workshop empowers parents to implement a natural approach to teaching grammar. This workshop stands the whole concept of grammar on its head. Rather than studying terminology and dissecting sentences, students are encouraged to play with language, to explore how words bump up against each other and generate meaning.

Dates:
Offered during winter quarter
Tuition:
$199.00 per family
Ages:
Recommended for families with students between 9 - 18.

Learn more

Shakespeare Family Workshop

The Shakespeare Family Workshop introduces your family to the world of the Bard! This hands-on five week workshop is great for all kinds of learners.

Dates:
**Spring Dates** April 7 - May 9, 2014
Tuition:
$199.00 per family
Ages:
Recommended for families with children between 9-15 years old.

Learn more

Middle School Writing Projects

Mini Reports is designed to help turn your children’s non-fiction knowledge and personal experiences into meaningful writing projects.

Dates:
**Fall Dates** October 13 - November 7, 2014
Tuition:
$179.00 per student
Ages:
Recommended for 8-15 year olds

Learn more

Nature Journaling

Nature Journaling provides an introduction and exploration of how to record observations of the natural world in word and art. Each student’s journal will offer the opportunity to experience connection with the natural world.

Dates:
**Fall Dates** September 29-October 24, 2014
Tuition:
$199.00 per family
Ages:
Recommended for families with children between 9-17 years old.

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Foundations in Writing

Foundations in Writing covers all the language arts practices you wonder about: handwriting, punctuation, grammar, literary style, spelling, vocabulary development, and reading.

Dates:
October 28 - December 6, 2013 (includes Thanksgiving break: one week off 11/25-11/29)
Tuition:
$229.00 per family
Ages:
Recommended for kids between 8 - 15 years old.

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Faltering Ownership ages 11-12

The Faltering Ownership stage: The stop and start stage of writing. One day the student gets a detailed story to paper. The next week, she complains that she hates writing. Students show bursts of growth, pencil management, keyboarding skills, some spelling triumphs mixed with obvious errors, variable punctuation, moments of brilliance, and paragraphs of insipidity. Pride in successful writing experiences alternate with struggle.

The Faltering Ownerhip stage of development toggles between The Arrow and The Boomerang for language arts. Choose the tool based on book titles, taking into account your child’s reading and comprehension level as well as interest. You only need one of the two year long programs, or you might like selecting a mixture of titles from the Already Published Issues of The Arrow and The Boomerang.

Characteristics

  • Student tires quickly, but can get some writing to the page without help from the parent.
  • Student takes pride in his work and wants to improve it or share it.
  • Student doesn’t retain correct spellings even after “learning” them.
  • Student needs support, shows some independence, but also resists input from parent-editor.

For a more detailed look at this stage of growth in writing, listen to Julie talk about it on her podcast:
Faltering Ownership

Home Study With Online Support*
The Writer's Jungle

The Writer’s Jungle is designed to teach the homeschooling parent how to teach writing, and is the centerpiece of the Brave Writer program.

The results? An activated writing voice, and a nurturing tear-free relationship with you, the parent-editor-coach-and-ally.

The Writer’s Jungle works for all students, any age.

This liberating, powerful home-study course comes in a binder format, or as a digital download.

Packages range from $79.00 - $149.00.

Learn more

The Arrow

The Arrow is a language arts program that provides support for development in spelling, punctuation, grammar, and literary elements using living literature for children ages 8-12.

The Arrow is a digital download that gives one month’s worth of instruction at a time.

It can be purchased as a monthly subscription, or you can order all 10 issues at once.

Monthly price: $9.95
Year-Long (10 issues): $79.00

Or you may select from our wide range of already published issues for ala carte options.

Learn more

The Boomerang

The Boomerang is a language arts program that provides support for development in spelling, punctuation, grammar, and literary elements using living literature for teens ages 12-16.

The Boomerang is a digital download that gives one month’s worth of instruction at a time.

It can be purchased as a monthly subscription, or you can order all 10 issues at once.

Monthly price: $9.95
Year-Long (10 issues): $79.00

Or you may select from our wide range of already published issues for ala carte options.

Learn more

Faltering Ownership

(Currently in development)

Kidswrite Basic

Kidswrite Basic is the online version of the first 9 chapters of The Writer’s Jungle. It offers an environment where you receive support, modeling, and gentle accountability to complete the processes described in the manual.

Dates:

Summer Dates
July 7 - August 15, 2014

Fall Dates
August 25 - October 3, 2014 (Olson)
September 2 - October 10, 2014 (Bell, Fanning)
September 29 - November 7, 2014 (Merryman)
October 13 - November 21, 2014 (Thanksgiving break: 11/26-11/30) (Bell)
October 27 - December 11, 2014 (Thanksgiving break: 11/26-11/30) (Merryman)

Tuition:

$199.00 first student of family
$ 99.00 for each additional child in the family

Ages:
Recommended for families with kids between 9-18

Learn more

Just So Stories

The Just So Stories course exposes kids to the classic animal tales in Rudyard Kipling’s Just So Stories. Brave Writer techniques such as list-making, freewriting, revision strategies, and editing are all used in this new context of story-writing.

Dates:

Fall Dates
October 6 - October 31, 2014

Tuition:

$199.00 per family

Ages:

Recommended for 9 - 14 years old

Learn more

Playing with Poetry Workshop

Playing with Poetry is a class that gets the entire family writing a variety of poems for four weeks. It’s a great way to get rolling with Brave Writer and involves everyone.

Dates:
Offered Winter Quarter
Tuition:
$199.00 for your whole family
Ages:
Family class: all ages

Learn more

Groovy Grammar Workshop

The Groovy Grammar Workshop empowers parents to implement a natural approach to teaching grammar. This workshop stands the whole concept of grammar on its head. Rather than studying terminology and dissecting sentences, students are encouraged to play with language, to explore how words bump up against each other and generate meaning.

Dates:
Offered during winter quarter
Tuition:
$199.00 per family
Ages:
Recommended for families with students between 9 - 18.

Learn more

Shakespeare Family Workshop

The Shakespeare Family Workshop introduces your family to the world of the Bard! This hands-on five week workshop is great for all kinds of learners.

Dates:
**Spring Dates** April 7 - May 9, 2014
Tuition:
$199.00 per family
Ages:
Recommended for families with children between 9-15 years old.

Learn more

Middle School Writing Projects

Mini Reports is designed to help turn your children’s non-fiction knowledge and personal experiences into meaningful writing projects.

Dates:
**Fall Dates** October 13 - November 7, 2014
Tuition:
$179.00 per student
Ages:
Recommended for 8-15 year olds

Learn more

Passion for Fiction

Passion for Fiction is designed for your kids who can’t stop writing, or who are dying to write stories, but would like a little guidance. In Passion for Fiction, junior and senior high students will work on the elements of fiction using specific exercises to grow in their craft.

Dates:
**Spring Dates** May 12 - June 6, 2014
Tuition:
$199.00 per student
Ages:
Recommended for 11 - 18 year olds

Learn more

The Boomerang Book Club

The Boomerang Book Club is a monthly literature discussion group that acts as a supplement to the Boomerang program. Each month, enrolled students discuss the featured Boomerang novel, using the discussion questions in the Boomerang as prompts. An instructor guides and supports the conversation.

Dates:
A monthly program between August and May. Sign up for a single month, or several in a row.
Tuition:
$49.00 per month
Ages:
For students between 8th and 11th grades.

Learn more

Write for Fun

Write for Fun is a three week class meant to end your student’s writing year with a flourish! Designed for upper elementary and junior high students, this class will give them a chance to play with creative writing exploration techniques.

Dates:
March 3 - March 21, 2014
Tuition:
$149.00 per student
Ages:
Recommended for 10 - 14 year olds

Learn more

Nature Journaling

Nature Journaling provides an introduction and exploration of how to record observations of the natural world in word and art. Each student’s journal will offer the opportunity to experience connection with the natural world.

Dates:
**Fall Dates** September 29-October 24, 2014
Tuition:
$199.00 per family
Ages:
Recommended for families with children between 9-17 years old.

Learn more

Movie Discussion Club

The Movie Discussion Club will take your kids on a journey to explore four classic films with a film enthusiast! Your kids will write their opinions in response to provocative questions, while learning the vocabulary of cinema.

Dates:
**Spring Dates** June 2 - 27, 2014
Tuition:
$119.00 per family
Ages:
Family class for kids between 12-18.

Learn more

Fan Fiction

The Fan Fiction class teaches kids to create stories using already existing characters from a previously published work of literature or other art form. The class is run like a writing support group with interaction between students.

Dates:
Summer Dates: July 8 - August 2, 2013
Registration opens: June 3, 2013
Tuition:
$199.00 per student
Ages:
Recommended for 11 - 18 year olds

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Transition to Ownership ages 13-14

The Transition to Ownership stage: The emergence of an independent writer. The student-writer is clicking along. The parent isn’t needed for the drafting stage. The parent’s role has shifted to editor and dialog partner. These kids show competence in keyboarding, handwriting, spelling, and punctuation (with flaws, of course, but increasing control in these areas). This stage coincides with puberty and the development of rhetorical imagination (putting themselves in someone else’s shoes, able to consider an issue from a variety of viewpoints).

Characteristics

  • Drafts papers and can do preliminary revisions independently
  • Follows through on assignments
  • Capable of basic spelling, punctuation, and grammar
  • Demonstrates the beginning of rhetorical thinking

For a more detailed look at this stage of growth in writing, listen to Julie talk about it on her podcasts:
Transition to Ownership Part One
Transition to Ownership Part Two

Home Study With Online Support*
Help for High School

Help for High School is a self-directed writing program for teens that both teaches rhetorical thinking in writing, as well as the academic essay formats for high school and college. Teens work independently of their parents, however rubrics for feedback are included, as well.

This home-study course comes in a digital format and can be purchased alone, or in combination with The Writer’s Jungle.

Prices range between: $79.99 and $149.00

Learn more

The Boomerang

The Boomerang is a language arts program that provides support for development in spelling, punctuation, grammar, and literary elements using living literature for teens ages 12-16.

The Boomerang is a digital download that gives one month’s worth of instruction at a time.

It can be purchased as a monthly subscription, or you can order all 10 issues at once.

Monthly price: $9.95
Year-Long (10 issues): $79.00

Or you may select from our wide range of already published issues for ala carte options.

Learn more

Kidswrite Intermediate

Kidswrite Intermediate enables students to develop their writing voices while it teaches them how to think rhetorically. It is the preparatory class for the expository essay and is designed for students starting high school.

Dates:
**Fall Dates** August 25 - October 3, 2014 September 8 - October 17, 2014 October 20 - December 5, 2014 **Summer Dates** July 7 - August 15, 2014
Tuition:
$229.00 per student
Ages:
Recommended for 13-18 year olds.

Learn more

High School Writing Projects

High School Writing Projects is a 4-week class that teaches students to complete individual customized projects, receiving feedback and instruction, working one-on-one directly with the teacher. Projects include things like Power Point, study guide, review, newspaper article, Youtube video, a lens on Squidoo, and others.

Dates:
**Fall Dates** September 2 (Sept 2 is Labor Day) - October 26, 2014 October 28 - November 22, 2014
Tuition:
$199.00 per student
Ages:
Recommended for 14 - 18 year olds

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Expository Essay Class

The Expository Essay class is essential for any student who intends to take high school writing classes. It prepares students for all academic writing to follow.

Dates:
**Summer 2014** July 7 - August 15, 2014 **Fall 2014** October 6 - November 14, 2014 October 20 - December 3 (Wed), 2014
Tuition:
$249.00 per student
Ages:
Recommended for high school students

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Literary Analysis: High School

High School Literary Analysis courses seek to analyze a work of literature in depth, exploring the various plot devices, settings, characters, and themes, as well as authors’ biographies and other pertinent background information. The final writing project will be a response to the literature 1000-1500 words in length. The spring class is always a Shakespeare play.

Dates:
Fall, Winter, and Spring (Shakespeare is always featured in spring)
Tuition:
$199.00 per student
Ages:
High School Students

Learn more

Passion for Fiction

Passion for Fiction is designed for your kids who can’t stop writing, or who are dying to write stories, but would like a little guidance. In Passion for Fiction, junior and senior high students will work on the elements of fiction using specific exercises to grow in their craft.

Dates:
**Spring Dates** May 12 - June 6, 2014
Tuition:
$199.00 per student
Ages:
Recommended for 11 - 18 year olds

Learn more

The Boomerang Book Club

The Boomerang Book Club is a monthly literature discussion group that acts as a supplement to the Boomerang program. Each month, enrolled students discuss the featured Boomerang novel, using the discussion questions in the Boomerang as prompts. An instructor guides and supports the conversation.

Dates:
A monthly program between August and May. Sign up for a single month, or several in a row.
Tuition:
$49.00 per month
Ages:
For students between 8th and 11th grades.

Learn more

Write for Fun

Write for Fun is a three week class meant to end your student’s writing year with a flourish! Designed for upper elementary and junior high students, this class will give them a chance to play with creative writing exploration techniques.

Dates:
March 3 - March 21, 2014
Tuition:
$149.00 per student
Ages:
Recommended for 10 - 14 year olds

Learn more

Nature Journaling

Nature Journaling provides an introduction and exploration of how to record observations of the natural world in word and art. Each student’s journal will offer the opportunity to experience connection with the natural world.

Dates:
**Fall Dates** September 29-October 24, 2014
Tuition:
$199.00 per family
Ages:
Recommended for families with children between 9-17 years old.

Learn more

Groovy Grammar Workshop

The Groovy Grammar Workshop empowers parents to implement a natural approach to teaching grammar. This workshop stands the whole concept of grammar on its head. Rather than studying terminology and dissecting sentences, students are encouraged to play with language, to explore how words bump up against each other and generate meaning.

Dates:
Offered during winter quarter
Tuition:
$199.00 per family
Ages:
Recommended for families with students between 9 - 18.

Learn more

Movie Discussion Club

The Movie Discussion Club will take your kids on a journey to explore four classic films with a film enthusiast! Your kids will write their opinions in response to provocative questions, while learning the vocabulary of cinema.

Dates:
**Spring Dates** June 2 - 27, 2014
Tuition:
$119.00 per family
Ages:
Family class for kids between 12-18.

Learn more

Fan Fiction

The Fan Fiction class teaches kids to create stories using already existing characters from a previously published work of literature or other art form. The class is run like a writing support group with interaction between students.

Dates:
Summer Dates: July 8 - August 2, 2013
Registration opens: June 3, 2013
Tuition:
$199.00 per student
Ages:
Recommended for 11 - 18 year olds

Learn more

Eavesdropping on the Great Conversation ages 15-18

The Eavesdropping on the Great Conversation stage: The emergence of an academic writer. The Great Conversation is the dialog between experts in a particular field across the centuries: Plato to Rousseau to Derrida; Shakespeare to Austen to Wilde; Galileo to Newton to Einstein; Da Vinci to Picasso to O’Keefe. Students learn the vocabulary of the particular field of study, and they read the thinkers that create the enduring ideas. They begin to evaluate those ideas themselves. These high school students produce writing that adheres to the academic formats, and can evaluate sources for credibility and support. This is the college-preparatory phase of writing.

Characteristics

  • Reads widely from within a particular field
  • Knows how to craft a thesis statement, is learning to identify credible sources
  • Expands command over the academic formats
  • College bound

For a more detailed look at this stage of growth in writing, listen to Julie talk about it on her podcast:
Eavesdropping on the Great Conversation

Home Study With Online Support*
Help for High School

Help for High School is a self-directed writing program for teens that both teaches rhetorical thinking in writing, as well as the academic essay formats for high school and college. Teens work independently of their parents, however rubrics for feedback are included, as well.

This home-study course comes in a digital format and can be purchased alone, or in combination with The Writer’s Jungle.

Prices range between: $79.99 and $149.00

Learn more

The Boomerang

The Boomerang is a language arts program that provides support for development in spelling, punctuation, grammar, and literary elements using living literature for teens ages 12-16.

The Boomerang is a digital download that gives one month’s worth of instruction at a time.

It can be purchased as a monthly subscription, or you can order all 10 issues at once.

Monthly price: $9.95
Year-Long (10 issues): $79.00

Or you may select from our wide range of already published issues for ala carte options.

Learn more

Expository Essay Class

The Expository Essay class is essential for any student who intends to take high school writing classes. It prepares students for all academic writing to follow.

Dates:
**Summer 2014** July 7 - August 15, 2014 **Fall 2014** October 6 - November 14, 2014 October 20 - December 3 (Wed), 2014
Tuition:
$249.00 per student
Ages:
Recommended for high school students

Learn more

Literary Analysis: High School

High School Literary Analysis courses seek to analyze a work of literature in depth, exploring the various plot devices, settings, characters, and themes, as well as authors’ biographies and other pertinent background information. The final writing project will be a response to the literature 1000-1500 words in length. The spring class is always a Shakespeare play.

Dates:
Fall, Winter, and Spring (Shakespeare is always featured in spring)
Tuition:
$199.00 per student
Ages:
High School Students

Learn more

MLA Research Essay

The MLA Research Essay walks high school students (grades 10-12) through the steps of writing a persuasive essay using the Modern Language Association (MLA) format. The final essay will be 5-7 pages including Works Cited.

Dates:
**Fall Dates** November 3 - December 16, 2014
Tuition:
$249.00 per student
Ages:
Recommended for juniors and seniors in high school

Learn more

The Boomerang Book Club

The Boomerang Book Club is a monthly literature discussion group that acts as a supplement to the Boomerang program. Each month, enrolled students discuss the featured Boomerang novel, using the discussion questions in the Boomerang as prompts. An instructor guides and supports the conversation.

Dates:
A monthly program between August and May. Sign up for a single month, or several in a row.
Tuition:
$49.00 per month
Ages:
For students between 8th and 11th grades.

Learn more

Advanced Composition 1

Advanced Composition 1 teaches textual criticism, and is for juniors and seniors in high school who know how to write expository essays.

Dates:
**Fall Dates** September 29 – October 24, 2014
Tuition:
$229.00 per student
Ages:
Recommended for 16-18 year olds

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SAT/ACT Essay Class

The SAT/ACT Essay Class is designed for college-bound high school students (10th-12th graders) as preparation for the writing portion of both the SAT and ACT tests.

Dates:
**Fall Dates** September 2 (1 is Labor Day) - October 3, 2014
Tuition:
$229.00 per student
Ages:
College bound high school students

Learn more

High School Writing Projects

High School Writing Projects is a 4-week class that teaches students to complete individual customized projects, receiving feedback and instruction, working one-on-one directly with the teacher. Projects include things like Power Point, study guide, review, newspaper article, Youtube video, a lens on Squidoo, and others.

Dates:
**Fall Dates** September 2 (Sept 2 is Labor Day) - October 26, 2014 October 28 - November 22, 2014
Tuition:
$199.00 per student
Ages:
Recommended for 14 - 18 year olds

Learn more

Movie Discussion Club

The Movie Discussion Club will take your kids on a journey to explore four classic films with a film enthusiast! Your kids will write their opinions in response to provocative questions, while learning the vocabulary of cinema.

Dates:
**Spring Dates** June 2 - 27, 2014
Tuition:
$119.00 per family
Ages:
Family class for kids between 12-18.

Learn more

Fan Fiction

The Fan Fiction class teaches kids to create stories using already existing characters from a previously published work of literature or other art form. The class is run like a writing support group with interaction between students.

Dates:
Summer Dates: July 8 - August 2, 2013
Registration opens: June 3, 2013
Tuition:
$199.00 per student
Ages:
Recommended for 11 - 18 year olds

Learn more

*Please note that not all courses are offered in a given quarter