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Creative Writing “Camp” 6/9/20 to 7/2/20

June 9 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

creative writing camp online class

Creative Writing “Camp”

Multiple Session Class

One hour sessions twice a week for four weeks


Middle and high School students: rising 6th through rising 12th graders (11-18 years old)

Students will use their creativity to craft various forms of creative writing including poetry, personal narrative, nonfiction narrative, and imaginative narrative. Each class will be set up to give a mini lesson of the form, read examples and excerpts of the form, and then give students the opportunity to create! Students will have the opportunity to participate in an online coffee house and share their work.
Max of 10 students


Tuesday 6/9, Thursday 6/11, Tuesday 6/16, Thursday 6/18, Tuesday 6/23, and Thursday 6/25, Tuesday 6/30, Thursday 7/2, from 3:00-4:00 p.m.


Cheyenne Falls, M.ED.

SAT/ACT Prep, Middle and High School English Tutor

Ms. Falls graduated from The University of Mary Washington in 2015 where she majored in English and minored in Linguistics. She went on to continue her studies at Mary Washington and received her Masters of Education in 2016. Following Graduation, Ms. Falls started her teaching career at Beijing Normal University in Beijing, China. She taught Creative Writing as well as Speaking classes to students between the age of 18 and 32. Outside of the University, Ms. Falls tutored groups of Elementary aged English Language Learners where they focused on reading and pronunciation. Falls is currently teaching 8th graders at Post Oak Middle School in Spotsylvania County. She loves her job because it is something new every day. Ms. Falls enjoys working hard to make each of her students feel important, smart, and successful. In High School and throughout College, Falls was on the Track and Field team and competed as a thrower of the discus, javelin, hammer, and shot; she performed best at the shot put and continues to hold the outdoor record at Mary Washington. Falls enjoys helping coach any and all sports at Post Oak and is looking forward to “living vicariously” through her student athletes.

Masters Degree in Education

Teaches: English, SAT Prep and Study Skills


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Creative Writing “Camp” One Student
$ 160.00
10 available


June 9
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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