Students spend their mornings in traditional writer's workshop discussing published work, creating their own pieces using innovative prompts, and sharing their work with classmates. Workshop provides students with the unique opportunity to hear their classmates' reactions to their poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, in a supportive setting, and to develop students' critical skills regarding others' writing. Workshop is an immeasurably valuable process, sparking new ideas, energizing writing, and opening up new perspectives so students become more thoughtful writers and critics.
Washington University's Summer Experiences provide middle and high school students the opportunity to prepare for college success during the summer. We offer a variety of credit and noncredit programs for students from across the country and around the world. Our programs are designed for students to continue on their path of academic success and experience the independence of college life.
In order to attend sessions you must go to the program's website, register, and pay any required fees; adding them here does not register you for the session.
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