Academic Clinic Series

Students benefit from education that targets specific needs. Clinics concentrate on important topics that improve a student’s skills and abilities that lead to greater success and confidence.

Building flexibility into curriculum and offerings are important. NWLS is leading efforts to make learning more relevant and timely. As a year-round school, clinics will be offered throughout the year. Being an agile resource in education, let us know subject areas that would benefit your student.

Each clinic potentially earns .125 high school credit. Taking four clinics can earn a semester’s credit (.50). Cost of each clinic: $399.


First Clinic: Intensive Essay Writing, I

August 2 – 25: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30 – 5:00

Skills in reading and writing impact most areas of curriculum. Proficiency in writing comes from understanding the fundamentals. This clinic focuses on topics to help students who struggle with writing. Instruction includes: Selecting a Topic, Organizing Ideas, Thesis Development, and 5-Paragraph Essay Structure.

In a small group of less than 10 students, a certificated English teacher instructs and guides students in the process of writing essays. Each 90-minute session includes a 30-minute practice essay that allows for personal feedback on their writing.

Students profit from intentional, direct writing instruction and will gain confidences that can improve performance and grades.