Humanities & Social Sciences Courses

Introduction to Creative Writing


Marla Bingcang,

Section 1: Grades 5-8, Fri: 6PM-6:45PM EST
Section 2: Grades 1-5, Fri: 7PM-7:45PM EST

Prerequisites: None

This course will focus on the elements of storytelling, grammar, and cleaning up rough prose. We will examine excerpts from real authors and learn how to read like a writer. Students will be encouraged to stretch their imaginations while improving their general writing abilities.

Introduction to Psychology


Alex Lee

Section 1: Grades 5-8, Fri: 8PM-8:45PM EST

Section 2: Grades 5-8, Sun: 2:15PM-3PM EST
Prerequisites: None

Why do we behave the way we do in front of people? Are memories reliable? How do we judge things from a moral standpoint? Introduction to Psychology offers a broad, interactive overview of leading concepts in the field of psychology. Students will learn why psychology is truly one of the most thrilling sciences.

Introduction to Shakespeare 


Kyra Dybas

Section 1: Grades 6-8, Fri: 7PM-7:45PM EST
Prerequisites: None

Join us to read, analyze, and act out Shakespeare plays in a book-club style class. In this course, students will learn how to decipher Shakespeare's language through a series of fun games and activities involving Shakespeare classics.

Intro to Entrepreneurship


Riddhi Goenka

Section 1: Grades 4-7, Sat: 3PM-3:45PM EST
Prerequisites: None

This course will teach you about entrepreneurship and how to create a successful business. We will be working towards. doing a fun in-class Shark Tank simulation at the end of the course!

Introduction to Grammar


Marla Bingcang

Section 1: Grades 5-8, Sat: 7PM-7:45PM EST
Prerequisites: None

DO you want to improve your essays? Or maybe you're interested in creative writing? In Introduction to Grammar we will delve into various new and familiar concepts, learning about how these concepts may be applied to strengthen your overall writing.

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