Write From The Heart

Looking for a little extra help in grammar? Love creative writing? Want to work on your college admissions essays with a professional? Think you need some additional practice with writing thesis essays? Our Workshop Intensives are exactly what you are looking for! These classes are offered to students in all school settings looking for additional support in a specific area.  All classes begin the first Monday of each month.

Introduces students to the basics of grammar. Weekly topics include: parts of speech, clauses & phrases, building a sentence, and paragraph structure. Starts the first Monday of every month. Space is limited. For grades 6-12.

$99

Helps students get a handle on all types of punctuation. Topics include: commas, semicolons, apostrophes, and dialogue punctuation. Starts the first Monday of every month. Space is limited. For grades 6-12.

$99

Helps students practice thesis writing, develop strong outlines, and create full length essays. Starts the first Monday of every month. Space is limited.
For grades 6-12.

$125

Introduces the concepts of high school essay writing, including how to respond to fiction and nonfiction in essay form, properly form a thesis. and fully develop support from a text. Starts the first Monday of every month. Space is limited. For grades 9-12.

$125

Focusing on the Common Application Essay, this class helps students produce a high quality essay for their application. Starts the first Monday of every month. Space is limited. For grades 10-12.

$150

Helps students applying for scholarships and college admissions write a high quality essay--bring us the prompts, and we will help you get it written! Starts the first Monday of every month. Space is limited. For grades 10-12.

$150

Focuses on the basics of finding your voice and making your writing come alive. Each week will look at a different technique such as descriptive details, inner thoughts, and dialogue. This class can be used as a prerequisite for all our other creative writing workshops. Starts the first Monday of every month. Space is limited. For grades 6-12.

$125

Helps students understand the role of point of view in writing and encourages them to explore different types of narrators. Activities will include writing pieces with unreliable narrators, animal or narrators, and first person narrators. Prerequisite: Creative Writing Voice Basics OR any of our annual classes. Starts the first Monday of every month. Space is limited. For grades 6-12.

$125

Helps students learn about different types of poetry and practice writing their own poems. Each week, students will write four poems with a focus on word choice, sound quality, and structure. Poems are eligible to be entered into several contests. Starts the first Monday of every month. Space is limited.
For grades 6-12.

$125

Introduces students to more styles of poetry with increased focus on structure, rhythm, and word choice. Each week, students will write four poems. All poems are eligible to be entered into several contests. Starts the first Monday of every month. Space is limited. For Grades 6-12

$125

Learn how to recognize bias, analyze fallacies, and understand the parts of persuasion. Starts the first Monday of every month. Space is limited.
For grades 9-12.

$99

Learn how to do literary analysis, including literary devices, plot structures, characters and settings. Starts the first Monday of every month. Space is limited. For grades 9-12.

$99

One of the most important strategies a student can learn in high school is how to read and analyze effectively. These types of papers are required in most college classes. This workshop teaches students how to read closely, how to pre-read effectively, and how to summarize and paraphrase for the purpose of analysis or research . Starts the first Monday of every month. Space is limited. For grades 9-12.

$125

Prepares students for the structure and organization of a research paper. Topics in this course include thesis statement development, outlining, creating well-developed paragraphs, and understanding how to paraphrase. It also introduces the ideas of voice and utilizing description to create an engaging paper. Starts the first Monday of every month. Space is limited. For grades 6-12.

$125

Research Writing I is intended to help students in the first stage of writing a research paper: finding sources and preparing citations. They will be guided in finding a topic, learn how to gather and read information effectively as well as how to create citations in a paper. They will understand how to use quotations effectively. By the end of this class, they will have all the skills they need to create a quality research paper, either independently or in the Research Writing II class. All of their research will be completed and they will be ready to write! Starts the first Monday of every month. Space is limited. For grades 9-12.

$125

Research Writing II is all about writing the research project! This class helps students create a multi-genre research project. This project will include a traditional research section as well as additional genres of writing that bring the research to life. Students will walk step-by-step in each of these segments and will end the class with a research paper of at least 10-20 pages that includes elements of technology and visual interest. Students will use the research and preparations they completed in Research Writing I to create this project. Starts the first Monday of every month. Space is limited. For grades 6-12.

$125

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“I am in love with writing! My mind is constantly thinking about new things, taking in new information about grammar rules, and thinking of ways to apply different techniques. Your program saved me and helped me fall in love with this hidden ability I never dreamed I'd have!”
Jessica, Washington
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