Guided Independent Study (Grades 10-12)

Motivated students with good essay writing skills, excellent time management, and the desire for a more personalized approach are a good fit for Guided Independent Study. The student and Mrs. Craven will collaborate on a reading list of eight texts centered around the student’s interests. Monthly one-on-one meetings will include discussion of key themes and elements in each literary selection as well as agreement on essay/project topics and deadlines. Between meetings, the student will be responsible for reading assigned texts, preparing for discussion, and completing essays/projects; Mrs. Craven will be available to answer questions via email. There will be four process essays (multiple drafts), two timed essays, and two projects to complete throughout the year.

Day/Time  Flexible but requires one-hour monthly meetings scheduled from August to May.

Max Students  (TWO SEATS REMAINING) 

Syllabus  Possibilities include Genre Studies such as British literature, American literature, women’s literature, children’s literature, non-Western literature, poetry, drama, science fiction, etc.; Thematic Studies such as dystopia, freedom, race relations, hope, etc.; or Author Studies such as Lewis & Tolkien, Austen, Shakespeare, Doyle, etc.

Tuition  $450 plus a $20 non-refundable registration fee

Platform  The tutorial uses the flexible Google Classroom interface along with Zoom for live class meetings.

Registration  By submitting the registration form, you are reserving a place for your student and will be billed upon receipt. Register here.