Online Classes

If you have wanted to try the IEW writing curriculum but our regular class days don’t work for you, or maybe Morgan Hill is just too far for you to drive, then this could be an answer for you!

Please note: ALL CLASSES ARE CLOSED FOR THE FALL 2018 SEMESTER. PLEASE CHECK BACK IN DECEMBER FOR SPRING OPTIONS!

All Things Fun and Fascinating

For the younger students (or students who struggle with writing), I will be teaching through IEW’s All Things Fun and Fascinating. This two-semester class will go at a much gentler pace than the History-themed classes. In ATFF, we will learn the structure and style of the IEW curriculum while we learn about some fascinating things, people, and creatures of our world. This will be a fun, low-pressure introduction to writing. No IEW experience necessary.

This class is geared for younger students, grades 4-6, or for struggling writers.

Class Dates: Wednesdays, beginning August 29,2018
Time: 10:00 AM PST
Tuition: $265; required book available at www.iew.com
Requirements: No IEW experience necessary. High speed internet is a must!
(See Below for Technical Requirements)

For Charter Schools: Fall semester = August 27- December 12; 15 classes; $17.66 per class

Register today to insure a seat.

U.S. History Themed Writing Class Level B

Students who sign up for the US History-themed classes are committing to two semesters, fall and spring.

Students will develop their skill with the IEW writing program while learning about interesting, important people and events in U.S. history from the explorers to the twentieth century. An optional literature component studies six novels that integrate with the historical topics used for writing assignments.

This class is geared for students grades 6-9. No IEW experience is necessary.

Two Class Sections:

Section 1) Mondays, beginning August 27th, 2018
11:00 AM PST

Section 2) Wednesdays, beginning August 29th, 2018
1:00 PM PST

Tuition: $265 fall semester; $295 spring semester (payable separately)
Requirements: No IEW experience necessary. High speed internet is a must!
(Materials are available for purchase from IEW here)
(See Below for Technical Requirements)

Register today to insure a seat.

For Charter Schools: Fall semester = August 27- December 12; 15 classes; $17.66 per class

Medieval History-Themed Writing Class Level B

Students who sign up for the Medieval History-themed classes are committing to two semesters, fall and spring.

Knights, Vikings, kings, and other famous figures of the Middle Ages come to life as students learn to write with structure and style. The lessons acquaint young learners with Charlemagne, the Vikings, knighthood, geniuses of the Renaissance, and more!

This class is geared for students grades 6-9. No prior IEW experience is necessary.

Two Class Sections:

Section 1) Mondays, beginning August 27th, 2018
Time: 1:00 PM, PST THIS CLASS IS CLOSED. I AM ACCEPTING WAITLIST RESERVATIONS.

Section 2) Wednesdays, beginning August 29th, 2018
Time: 11:00 AM, PST

Tuition: $265 fall semester; $295 spring semester (payable separately)
Requirements: No prior IEW experience necessary. High speed internet is a must!
(Materials MUST be ordered by phone from IEW. This is a “specialty item” and is not offered online. Please call 800-856-5815 to order, and ask for the non-sectarian version of the Medieval History student book.)
(See Below for Technical Requirements)

For Charter Schools: Fall semester = August 27- December 12; 15 classes; $17.66 per class

Register today to insure a seat.


Technical Requirements for All Online Classes:

  • Computer, monitor, printer, and scanner (or printer with scanning ability)
  • High-speed internet access (cable or DSL)
  • Headphones (optional), a microphone (a set of earbuds with a built-in mic is perfect), and a camera
  • A free shared Dropbox account (instructions to be given)
  • A quiet home environment during class

Enrollment:

Seats will be limited, so if you are interested, register today.
To Enroll:

  1. Register Online Here
  2. For Charter School families: after registering, request a PO from your ES.

*A link for classroom access will be sent to the student, along with any other pertinent information, a few days before class begins.