Registration for the 2017-2018 school year is now closed. Registration will reopen in February 2018 for summer workshops and next year’s online courses.
“I don’t know what to write!” “What do you mean by elaborate? I did elaborate!” “Writing is boring.” “I don’t know how to start my essay.” Do any of these sound familiar to you? These are some of the most common complaints from students facing writing assignments. One of the greatest challenges a parent faces Read More
Stylistic techniques are an “assortment of tools which will help [children] add variety and interest to their writing.”1 It gives students very practical guidelines to encourage their creativity of expression, while reinforcing elements of grammar. Here is an example of what a student is able to do with stylistic techniques. The writing sample below is Read More
Many parents among homeschooling circles are familiar with the Institute for Excellence in Writing (IEW) curriculum, which has been around for a number of years and has had great success among young writers. However, parents are less familiar with the Lost Tools of Writing (LTOW) curriculum because of its relatively recent publication. Below is a Read More
Attend class from anywhere in the world! Save time and money on driving. Meet students from other parts of the world! Never miss a class! All classes are recorded. Scheduling flexibility: Students can travel in the middle of the school year without missing any instruction. Small class sizes (maximum of 10) for quality attention from Read More
“I would make them all learn English, and then I would let the clever ones learn Latin as an honour and Greek as a treat.” So said Winston Churchill, upholding the study of Greek as a crowning achievement of schoolboys. Many people first express an interest in learning the ancient Greek language because they wish Read More
Are you a recent seminary or Bible college graduate? Did you spend a couple semesters (or more) studying Greek? If so, don’t lose it! We know all too well that it takes hundreds of hours to gain competency in an ancient language but only a very short amount of time to forget it all. Come Read More