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Toys, Targets, and Taglines

Campers learn how strong creative writing can be used in advertising. Students become entrepreneurs as they learn how to create their company logo, design their advertising flyer, write scripts, and film their commercials using a high-tech green screen.

Movie Talk and Toppings

Students study film production with 15 weeks of lessons. In addition, students learn how to craft a movie critique using proper opinion writing essay structure.  This exciting opportunity promotes writing literacy, as well as introduces students to a career in film and journalism.

“Glow Up” – Social and Emotional Wellness for Teens

With the help of a personal coach, teens learn what it takes to make smart choices, protect their personal brand, and avoid conflict. Students learn how to strengthen all areas of their social and emotional wellness, including soft skills that prepare students for future careers. This self-paced course helps teens navigate life with videos, assignments, journal prompts, and poignant discussions.  Is your teen ready to  glow up?

Elevate Spoken Word

Students learn how to write and perform spoken word poetry. They will use the power of words to express themselves creatively and then learn performance techniques in presenting their piece.

Imagination Writing Station

Confidence in writing and a lifelong love for literacy start here! Younger students will hone their writing skills through engaging projects, interactive literacy games, and fun writing assignments that are proven to build strong writers. 

The Young Writer’s Society

Students study creative writing from concept to publication, learning all the necessary writing concepts to write and publish their own short story, including common core and milestone curriculum. 

Jot it Down Journaling

Students learn and practice the various journaling styles, from gratitude, bullet, and free-form to structured, dream, prayer, and art journaling. The options are limitless. Keeping a journal supports mental wellness, reduces anxiety, supports organization skills, and is an exciting way to track growth

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