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Advanced
Academic English

CLASS
OFFERINGS
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Are you looking to boost your academic standing and stand out in the college admissions process? Our English classes are the perfect way to do just that. By honing your reading, writing, and communication skills, you'll not only become a more confident and articulate student, but also gain the recognition you deserve as a top performer during your high school career. With our expert instruction and tailored curriculum, you'll be well-prepared to tackle any academic challenge that comes your way, setting you on the path to success in college and beyond. Sign up for our English classes today and take the first step toward a brighter future!

Subjects Covered:

  • Advanced Reading and Writing

  • SAT English

  • Public Speaking/Presentation 

  • Critical Thinking/Discussion

Registration 

  • Contact for openings*

*All spots are currently full. Contact us to add your student's name to the waitlist.

FACULTY
BIO
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Our Advanced Academic English instructor currently serves as the lead teacher for Freshman English Honors at a private school in the Bay Area. His first place of employment was at the University of California, Berkeley campus, serving as a college counselor for the Destination College of Advising Corps, working alongside other counselors in the Bay Area Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP) and TRIO programs (Upward Bound, Talent Search, and Student Support Service). He worked as a college counselor as an advisor and in college admissions for several years and has also taught English composition as an adjunct professor. In addition, his writing has appeared in Asia Literary Review (alongside Nobel five-time front-runner Ko-Un), Blackbird, Drunken Boat, The Santa Clara Review, and in other publications. A finalist for the California Writers Exchange Award, he is also a Cave Canem Fellow, and a graduate of the M.F.A. program at San Francisco State University. He has taught poetry as a Writer-in-Residence at the exclusive and prestigious Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts. 

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