College Essay Writing Class
Each summer, the Ed Foundation runs a College Essay Writing Class.
Registration for 2020 classes is now available!
Choose 1 session:
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
John Adams Middle School
For Rising 12th Grade Students Only
Click here to register online and pay by credit card.
Click here to download the registration form and pay by check or cash.
Get a head start on your college essay – don’t stress about your college applications once school starts in the fall! In this workshop, you will learn some important tools about personal writing for an academic audience. We will examine various prompts and then delve into the writing process in order to have a solid working draft by week’s end. This is unlike most writing that you’ve done throughout high school and requires that you depict a clear personal voice. You want this essay to reflect your truest self! Come work in a small group setting with a fun and supportive teacher to discover how to do so!
About the Teacher
Kyle Koehler has been teaching high school English in California for the past eight years and taught abroad for two years. Teaching personal writing, and specifically the college essay, is one of the things he does best. His greatest passion is supporting his students and helping students embark on this academic exploration of self.
Fees, Payment and Refund Policy:
- $500 for the one-week class, which includes a $50 non-refundable registration fee.
- Credit card fee: There is a 3% fee for all credit card charges.
- Returned check charges: There is a $25 fee for any returned check.
- We accept payment in cash, check, money order and credit card (Visa, MC, Discover, Amex).
- Payment in full is due at the time of registration and is required in order to complete the student’s class enrollment.
- , unless the class is cancelled by the Ed Foundation.
- Refund Policy: All requests for refunds must be made (mail, fax or email) no later than June 15, 2020.
For students enrolled in SMMUSD’s free- and reduced-lunch program: some scholarships are available. The fee is $100 for free lunch students and $200 for reduced-fee lunch students. Please submit a copy of your student’s free or reduced lunch eligibility notification letter with your registration. If you do not have your letter, please contact Estella Mata in SMMUSD Food Services to obtain a new copy (email@example.com, 310-450-8338 x70228).
For students NOT in the free- and reduced-lunch program: Click here to apply for a scholarship (please before completing it). Your application will be reviewed by an independent scholarship committee. Please email your application to firstname.lastname@example.org. You will hear back within two weeks.
There is no food service. Students are asked to bring their own snacks to have during the class break.
All non-SMMUSD students must provide a current record of immunization at the time of enrollment.
We require all students to follow the SMMUSD behavior policies in effect during the regular school year. All SMMUSD policies and consequences will apply. If you need a copy of these policies, please email email@example.com. Students will not be allowed off campus at any time during class hours.
If students have a laptop, it is best to bring it with them. If not, a computer will be provided.
No transportation is provided.
The minimum number of students in each class is 6 students; the maximum number is 10. Once a class is full, a waiting list will be kept and you will be notified if we open another class section. If the Ed Foundation does not reach the minimum number of 6 students each week, we will have to cancel the program and all families will be refunded.
Questions? Contact Rachel Faulkner at 310-450-8338 x70396 or firstname.lastname@example.org