Comprehensive Reading/Writing English Class _____ The first class sessions on September 9th are free and open to the public*.
Understanding and using the English language at a high level is essential for success in any setting. Reading and writing are used in virtually all academic subject areas and compromise a substantial portion of important standardized tests such as the SAT and ACT. Additionally, strong writing skills are vital for college admittance essays, which play a huge role in student acceptance into degree-awarding institutions.
By developing advanced reading and writing skills, and gaining an increased understanding of the English language as a whole, students will be better equipped to handle challenges, careers, and callings of all kinds. This course is designed to help students improve their English proficiency and develop skills necessary to flourish in academia and beyond. It focuses on three central areas under the English-usage umbrella: grammar, reading comprehension, and creative writing.

Instructor Kenton Freemuth (Pomona College, Class of 2015) is a professional freelance writer based in San Francisco. At Pomona, he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree and double-majored in English and Philosophy, subjects in which he completed a writing portfolio and senior thesis respectively. He writes professionally for several digital marketing agencies.

Time: 9/9-11/11, Sunday, 2:00-3:30 pm (G6-G8)
Time: 9/9-11/11, Sunday, 4:00-6:00 pm (G8-G11)
Location: 20432 Silverado Ave, Suite 7, Cupertino CA 95014
Contact :, 408-480-7547

*If you would like to continue, you must pay for all classes, including the first class at the 2nd class. The tuition is $600 for total 20 hours classes

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