Inkwell Scholars Academy is offering two classes this spring: a 10-week Nonfiction Writing & Literature Analysis course (for ages 12 & up) & a 10-week Foundations of Writing Class (for ages 8-11).
Our classes are currently offered in the New York tri-state area, but we are planning to offer online workshops in the near future. We also have new seminars in the works (like a video production seminar for high schoolers) so check back here often.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What is the Academy?
Inkwell Scholars exists to provide a community for passionate young thinkers, artists, dreamers, and innovators seeking to discover and hone their God-given talents and skills. Classes at the Academy provide these students with one-on-one training that will allow them to unlock their true potential, achieve academic excellence, and use those talents to impact the world.
Why Writing Classes?
The famous American writer Nathaniel Hawthorne once wrote, “Words—so innocent and powerless as they are, as standing in a dictionary, how potent for good and evil they become in the hands of one who knows how to combine them.”
We believe that if you want to impact the world, you must become a better writer. By becoming a better writer, you will become a better teacher and a better thinker. Writing well trains you to think logically and defend or persuade others to accept your beliefs. Good writing that is honest, refutes falsehood, and speaks truth can transform our world.
Who Teaches the Writing Classes?
All of the class sessions are taught by Nicole Bianchi, the founder of Inkwell Scholars Academy. Nicole graduated Magna Cum Laude from The King’s College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Politics, Philosophy, & Economics. Read more about Nicole on the about page.