Wield words well. 

Classes may be subject to day/time change or cancellation depending on enrollment.

Fables, Myths & Fairy Tales 


Designed for grades 3-5, these lessons teach students to write with assignments that will stir their imaginations! The student book features 29 lessons across the 7 units taught in TWSS. 

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Medieval History-Based Writing (6th-8th)

From the Anglo-Saxons to the Renaissance, from chivalrous knights to Genghis Khan, students will improve their knowledge of medieval times while learning to write with Structure and Style®.

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Literature & 

The Lost Tools of Writing 


In this class, we will pair quality literature with analysis and persuasive essays. Every writer - no matter how old or experienced or published - has to invent ideas, organize those ideas clearly, and express them effectively. The three canons of classical rhetoric - Invention, Arrangement, Elocution - do this. 

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Where does man come from? 

What is our purpose? 

How should we live? 

Is our fate determined by destiny?

These questions have originated in the heart of man the world over since the beginning of time. As we examine a sampling of world literature from 2000 BC to the 4th century in the light of Scripture, we will learn what it means to live well.

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*Note: Great Books classes may contain mature themes

Note: some classes contain distinctly Christian content or a biblical worldview

Grades 3 - 5
(Grammar Stage)

The stage where children build foundational knowledge.  Students often think in concrete terms, repetition, and memorization. Vocabulary, word lists, and drills through games are valuable weapons!

Grades 6 - 8
(Dialectic Stage)

The strategic stage where students begin to ask questions and compare and contrast to understand how knowledge relates to other knowledge. Theme-based writing is a powerful tool at this level. 

Grades 9 - 12
(Rhetoric Stage)

The stage when foundational knowledge and critical thinking skills have armed students with the arsenal to engage in reasoned debates, persuasive writing and literary analysis.