Writing & Spelling Competition
Scholastic Writing Competition Prep
Over 13 years old
This program focuses on the ten writing categories students will compete in.
Program length: 25 lessons Per Session, 1 hour per lesson
Highlight: Sessions can be repeated for students to learn more than one Scholastic writing categories!
Scholastic Writing Competition program
Over 13 years old
Over the years, the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards have grown to become the longest-running, most prestigious program for creative teens in the U.S., and the nation’s largest source of scholarships for creative young artists and writers.
New York Time Prep
11- 19 Age
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In this club, learners will have a chance to show their spelling skills while participating in a fun and light-hearted competition. We use the Spelling Bee word list to help prepare learners for any future formal competitions they would like to participate in. The Spelling Bee will be judged according to the number of words spelled correctly. We will not eliminate learners when a word is misspelled. This is to ensure everyone can participate throughout the entire class. Learners will also be given words from the level selected by the parent (see below). Our goal is to help your learner practice their spelling and public speaking skills in a fun and encouraging environment. Although a winner will be declared at the end of each class, the focus is more on encouraging everyone to be able to speak up and speak clearly in any situation.
Math Kangaroo Competition is an international, once a year event, always on the third Thursday in March.
The MAA’s American Mathematics Competitions (MAA AMC) program leads the nation in strengthening the mathematical capabilities of the next generation of problem-solvers.
ACSL (Elementary) Prep
This course will prepare our elementary students (Grades 3-6) for the Elementary Division contest in the American Computer Science League. The goal is to teach algorithmic programming, problem solving using computers and prepare students for ACSL and programming competitions in general.
FLL challenge tournament prep
Ustar coaches will facilitate deep understanding of the rules and structure of the FIRST® LEGO® League Challenge.