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2024 MS105-4 Spring Sunday Afternoon Class

Sunday 5:00 PM-6:30 PM ( 03/31/2024- 6/16/2024)

Grade 5


Class Outline  
This course emphasizes the theme of literature as a means of communication. In particular, students will be working through the following guiding questions: Why are authors communicating? How do authors communicate literally? Metaphorically? What techniques do they use? Why are...

2024 MS105-3 Spring Sunday Evening Class

Sunday 7:30 PM-9:00 PM ( 03/10/2024- 6/2/2024) ( No class on 4/21)

Grade 5


Class Outline  
This course emphasizes the theme of literature as a means of communication. In particular, students will be working through the following guiding questions: Why are authors communicating? How do authors communicate literally? Metaphorically? What techniques do they use? Why are...

2024 MS106-3 Spring Saturday Class

Saturday 7:30 PM-9:00 PM ( 03/9/2024- 06/1/2024) ( No class on 4/20)

Grade 6

Class Outline and Expectations 
This course will focus on introducing students to novels from a variety of genres. Specifically, we will cover fantasy, modern fairytales, biography, comedy/farce, and fiction. This diverse reading list will accompany lessons on various writing styles, including...

2024 HS204-2 Spring Sunday Class

Sunday 7:30 -9:00 PM ( 3/10/2024- 06/2/2024) ( No class on 4/21)

Grades 8 and 9

Class Outline and Expectations
In this course students will be introduced to literature from a variety of genres: a modern tragedy play, epic poem, social novel, autobiography, and historical fiction. Additionally, students will develop short story writing, critical analysis, and literary...

2024 MS105-2 Spring Sunday Evening Class

Sunday 7:30 PM-9:00 PM ( 03/10/2024- 6/2/2024) ( No class on 4/21)

Grade 5


Class Outline  
This course emphasizes the theme of literature as a means of communication. In particular, students will be working through the following guiding questions: Why are authors communicating? How do authors communicate literally? Metaphorically? What techniques do they use? Why are...

2024 MS107-2 Sunday Evening Class

Sunday 7:30 PM-9:00 PM ( 03/10/2024- 06/2/2024) (No class on 4/21)

Grade 7

Class Outline and Expectations

In this course, students will be introduced to literature from a variety of genres: tragic play, fantasy, mystery, and satire novels, and journalistic pieces. Additionally, students will develop short story writing for the scholastic competition, critical...

2024 MS106-2 Spring Sunday Class

Sunday 7:30 PM-9:00 PM ( 03/10/2024- 06/2/2024) ( No class on 4/21)

Grade 6

Teacher: Maya--Click here to view Maya's Profile

Class Outline and Expectations 
This course will focus on introducing students to novels from a variety of genres. Specifically, we will cover fantasy, modern fairytales, biography, comedy/farce, and fiction. This diverse reading list will...

2024 HS205: College Essay Workshop

Sunday 7:30 PM-9:00 PM (3/17/2024- 6/2/2024) No Class on 4/21

Grades 9, 10, and 11

Lesson Date: 3/17, 3/24, 3/31, 4/7, 4/21, 4/28, 5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26,  6/2 ( No class on 4/21)
  
Class Expectations: Writing college entrance essays is difficult.  Writing about yourself and one specific moment in time is hard.  This writing style is also one of the most important of a...

2024 HS207: Scholastic Writing Competition Workshop

Sunday 5:00-6:00PM (3/17-5/26) No Class on 04/15

Grades 7, 8, and 9

Instructor: Joanna Liu  / [email protected] 

Instructor’s Profile Click here to view Joanna Liu's Profile

Course Description:
This class is designed for students with intermediate to advanced knowledge in creative writing or students interested in submitting to the Scholastic Art &...

2024 MS103 Spring Wednesday Class

Wednesday 7:00 PM-8:30 PM (3/6/2024 -5/29/2024) - No Class on 4/17

Grade 3

Teacher:  Valentina Romero: Click here to view Valentina Romero's Profile

Course Overview: 
This intro-level course emphasizes skills outlined in the common core standards, specifically relating to reading comprehension, writing, and language usage.  In particular, this class has three...

2024 MS106-1 Spring Thursday Class

Thursday 7:30 PM-9:00 PM ( 03/7/2024- 05/30/2024) ( No class on 4/18)

Grade 6

Teacher: Madeline Poole--Click here to view Madeline's Profile

Class Outline and Expectations 
This course will focus on introducing students to novels from a variety of genres. Specifically, we will cover fantasy, modern fairytales, biography, comedy/farce, and fiction. This diverse reading...

2024 MS105-1 Spring Thursday Evening Class

Thursday 7:30 PM-9:00 PM ( 03/7/2024- 05/30/2024) ( No class on 4/18)

Grade 5

Class Outline and Expectations
This course emphasizes the theme of literature as a means of communication. In particular, students will be working through the following guiding questions: Why are authors communicating? How do authors communicate literally? Metaphorically? What techniques do...

2024 MS107-1 Thursday Evening Class

Thursday 7:30 PM-9:00 PM (03/7/2024- 05/30/2024) ( No class on 4/18)

Grade 7

Class Outline and Expectations

In this course, students will be introduced to literature from a variety of genres: tragic play, fantasy, mystery, and satire novels, and journalistic pieces. Additionally, students will develop short story writing for the scholastic competition, critical...

2024 HS204-1 Spring Friday Class

Friday 7:30 -9:00 PM ( 3/8/2024- 05/31/2024) ( No class on 4/19)

Grades 8 and 9

Class Outline and Expectations
In this course students will be introduced to literature from a variety of genres: a modern tragedy play, epic poem, social novel, autobiography, and historical fiction. Additionally, students will develop short story writing, critical analysis, and literary...

2024 HS209 AP Macroeconomics Class

10 hours of Private Tutoring: Time is flexible

Grades 9, 10, and 11

Textbook Amazon Link: AP Microeconomics/Macroeconomics with 4 Practice Tests

Text: Barron’s AP Microeconomics/Macroeconomics
https://b-ok.cc/book/15356107/f8a69a?dsource=recommend

Convert EPUB to PDF:
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Saturday Class: 3/2, 3/9, 3/16, 3/23,...

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