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Summer 2018

From June 18 through July 20, over 160 students from across the Santa Clara Valley will write together in the San Jose Area Writing Project’s four summer programs: Two Creative Writing Camps for grades 3-7, a two-week Writing Workshop for grades 4-7, and the Teen Writers Institute for grades 8-12. 2018 online registration is now open.

Creative Writing Camps
June 18-22
9:00 – 2:30

Two locations –

Location 1: Cumberland ES, 824 Cumberland Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA 94087 (register here)

Location 2: St. Victor School, 3150 Sierra Rd. San Jose, CA  95132 (register here)
Cost: $300

Tuition discounts available for financial need.  Email copy of Free and Reduced Lunch letter to sanjosewritingproject@sjsu.edu with a brief statement of need & verifying child’s motivation to participate in a writing program.  Office will email a code to use at registration to reduce tuition by $75 for one week program.

Writing Workshop Grades 4-7  at SJSU:
Week One: July 9-13, 2018
Week Two*: July 16-20, 2018
9:00 – 2:30 M-F
Cost: $500

Register two weeks
Register week one only

(*Student only attending one week of Writing Workshop must sign up for week one)

Teen Writing Institute at SJSU:
July 9-13, 2018
July 16-20, 2018
Register
9:15 – 2:45 M-F
Cost: $600
Prices are early bird discount until May 1.

Tuition discounts available for financial need.  Email copy of Free and Reduced Lunch letter to sanjosewritingproject@sjsu.edu with a brief statement of need & verifying child’s motivation to participate in a writing program.  Office will email a code to use at registration to reduce tuition by $100 for two-week program.

To see more about these programs, please visit their blogs, full of photos, writing, and videos that capture the joy and energy of students writing with our experienced Teacher Consultants and a Writer in Residence.

Refund Policy:
100% for cancellation before April 15, 2018
$100 penalty for cancellation made 30 days before program
50% penalty for cancellations made 10 working days before program
Unusual circumstances may be an exception