For the Summer 2020 term, we're thrilled to offer a continuation of our Core Track (Intro & Expos), existing Module courses, and brand-new programs!


We dissect the art and science of writing using classic literature and academic essays.


EWC's daily & weekly journalistic and literary commentary publication. You write regularly; we provide personal feedback! 


Grammar is the science of language use. Style covers how to write well. Our four modules cover both.




Poetry matters. It is a playground for words and a mode of self-expression. Come analyze some poetry and write your own.


We all know that children need a strong foundation of liberal arts knowledge. That's where the Core comes in. EWC starts at the very beginning: from building sentences, to forming paragraphs, and eventually to crafting essays by analyzing classical literature. Named after Harvard's mandatory writing seminars for incoming students, Expos focuses on the science of academic writing.


Summer 2020 Offerings

Intro 100/150

Intro 200/250

Intro draws on classic literature and liberal arts knowledge that are fundamental to a students' education as both writers and thinkers. New students begin in Intro 100 (Ages 10-12) and in Intro 150 (Ages 13-14).​


Summer 2020 Offerings

Expos 100

(Expos 200 will be offered in the Fall!)

Expos instructs students on the art and science of constructing an "expository essay". Students evaluate and argue a thesis after analyzing evidence. In-class writing is combined with 1-on-1 discussion. (Ages 15-18)



Have you ever asked the following:

How can I persuade my child to write on a regular basis?

Who is going to provide feedback on his writing?

How do I encourage my child to read the newspaper every day?

Is there a way to publicly recognize my child's written work?

Introducing The EWC Journal, EWC's journalistic and literary publication! Over the course of 6 weeks:

  • Students will attend an orientation on how to read and analyze REPUTABLE periodicals. They will then engage with the newspapers over the summer on a daily basis. This is an important habit to form!

  • Students will produce short-form content (300-400 words) on a DAILY basis. Content can take the form of commentary on current events, social issues, personal essays, or even works of fiction. This is aimed to encourage students to spend time writing every day!

EWC Editors will then copyedit these pieces and upload them onto The EWC Journal online. They will then provide individualized feedback to the students. Our editors all have experiences in journalism ranging from The Harvard Crimson to CNN.



"An man were walking to the store because she is hungry..."

At EWC, we offer 4 Grammar Modules. They are divided into "Grammar Fundamentals" and "Advanced Grammar & Style" is the science of language construction. Please read our Grammar Instructor's blog post here!



Grammar I

Grammar II

Grammar is the science of language construction. "Grammar Fundamentals" starts at the beginning: from parts of speech to subjunctives.

English style is the art of composed well-written prose. More advanced grammar topics such as parallelism and redundancy will also be covered.

* Formerly Grammar 2 during Spring/Summer 2020 term.



Grammar III*

Grammar IV



Why do we need poetry?

Rhyme, rhythm, sound. Poetry serves as a mode of self-expression, induces creativity, and is a playground for words. Poetry I guides students on how to read poems and identify poetic techniques. 

EWC will walk through the main types of poems (the sonnet, the haiku, the Ode, the Prose Poem), and students will be asked to also write multiple pieces throughout the week. Recommended for Grades 6-9.



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