Sitting in on Art History Are you interested in exploring art history and want a glimpse into what typically goes down in an art history class? In this post, I’ll talk more about this and dip below the surface. By SPRING PHAM Have you ever been intrigued by the history of art but don’t have […]
Is it worth taking art courses in high school? Students often wonder if it’s worth the time and energy to take an art class in high school. Do you actually learn anything? Is it just a space where people stay busy? What do I have to gain from taking an art course in high school?
5 Summer Book Recommendations For Writers To Work On Your Writing With summer break on the horizon, here are 5 summer book recommendations for aspiring writers to get to work on your writing. By JOSH DO 1. The Anatomy of Story: 22 Steps to Becoming a Master Storyteller – by John Truby This book by
How High Schoolers Can Submit to Literary Magazines (Part 2) Do you write fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction? Have you ever thought about submitting to literary journals and magazines, but you are unsure of why you should, or where to begin? In part two of our mission to help you start submitting your creative work,
How High Schoolers Can Submit to Literary Magazines (Part 1) Do you write fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction? Have you ever thought about submitting to literary journals and magazines, but you are unsure of why you should, or where to begin? In this article, you will learn the benefits of submitting creative work, and where
Summer programs are back in full swing, and if you really love math, you’re going to love the programs on our 2023 list. For students who don’t feel adequately challenged by math instruction at school, the summer is a great time to delve into a number of fascinating topics beyond the high school curriculum.
If you’re interested in engineering or computer science, your high school curriculum might not be enough. Read more to learn about some of the best summer programs for students to explore their interests in technology, engineering, and computer science.
You may be looking around at your senior friends wondering, “What should I be doing to prepare for college second semester junior year?”
Are you applying for art or writing programs at college? Or are you looking to add a wrinkle of creativity to your overall admissions strategy? The following summer programs can certainly have admissions value, especially if you follow through on the experiences with recs or submissions to competitions or literary magazines.