We arm students with the tools and strategies they need to be successful writers.
Is your child coming home with increasingly complex writing assignments?
Is he or she struggling to organize ideas into a well-crafted essay?
Are you spending hours helping your student with their writing assignments?
Write On is a multi-day boot camp that prepares your student for the writing challenges ahead.
Students Learn a Replicable System for Writing
SOS trains middle school students to write effective & organized essays with our proven formula.
Write On develops a dependable strategy that students can repeat again and again.
Write On’s writing formula frees students from reinventing the wheel with every new writing assignment, and builds their confidence to tackle essays regardless of the topic.
>>Write On Prepares Students by Teaching Them to . . .
Write an organized outline of their ideas.
Develop an effective thesis.
Construct a paragraph with a topic sentence and a concluding sentence.
Follow a sequence of discrete steps each and every time.
>> All Students Receive Expert Instruction
Instructors for this course are SOS senior coaches with extensive experience working with middle school students.
SOS coaches are empathetic and skilled with teaching students of all abilities. Our coaches in-depth experience allows them to leverage students’ strengths to shore up their weaknesses.
Whether your student has a learning disability or is an Advanced Placement student tackling more complex assignments, they will receive the individualized attention they need.
>> Write On Prepares Your Student for Success
✔1 to 6 Students Per Instructor
✔Maximum Personal Attention
✔Seven and a Half Hours of Workshop Over Three Days
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING…
“Yesterday, (my son) had a paper to write. He used the suggestions from Write On as a way to help him format a cogent, well-articulated paper. The materials are excellent and really made the process much easier for him than it has been in the past. Thank you for giving him an invaluable tool that he can use for the rest of his life.” (Parent)