Creative Writing Class Registration (2019-2020)
Our Creative Writing Classes focus on craft, genre, word choice, and communication skills.
Units include fiction (novel, short story, etc), non-fiction (memoirs, biographies, etc), poetry, scripts, and more.
Classes are held once per week for 90 minutes depending on age range: 10-12, 13-15, 16-18.
High school students will be able to submit short stories or poetry to the UVU Speculative Fiction Journal, Warp & Weave.
Credentials: Bachelors Degree in English-Creative Writing, freelance editor, author, public speaker, and president of the Eagle Mountain/Saratoga Springs League of Utah Writers Chapter.
We can’t wait to teach you/your students!
Small class sizes of no more than 8 students for individual attention and accelerated growth.
60/month September-December and January-April. Includes binders, books, and homework sheets.
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Age of Child/Class registering for
10-12: Tuesdays at 6:30pm
13-15: Wednesdays at 4:30pm
16-18 Thursdays at 4:30pm
18+ Thursdays 7pm
Tuition is due by the first class of the month, each month. If Tuition is late, there may be a fee of $5 for every weekday late.
I am signing my child up for X semester[s]
1 semester (Sep-Dec)
2 semesters (Sep-Dec, Jan-Apr)
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(Please have Student read and agree) I understand that as a student of this class, I will be required to treat others with kindness, respect, and dignity.
(Please have Student read and agree) Each individual will have the opportunity to have their work critiqued in a workshop setting. I agree to treat these critiques with respect and give constructive criticism as outlined by the teacher on the first day of class.
(Please have Student read and agree) Classes are mandatory. Attendance is taken. Do you promise to attend all classes (unless sick or emergencies)?
(Please have Student read and agree) Homework for each class is due the day before class time. Do you promise to submit homework on time?
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