Frog Hollow School is a one day a week writing program for homeschoolers. Frog Hollow offers three separate classes for ages seven through twelve: Wednesdays in Carnation and Thursdays and Fridays in Seattle.
Interested in learning more? Come to the Open House. General admissions for Fall 2017 begin April 15th.
Curious about the Frog Hollow philosophy? Read this article by director Becca Hall on working with reluctant writers.
AN IMMERSIVE LANGUAGE ARTS EXPERIENCE:
The curriculum integrates arts, music, social studies, mythology, and ecology into a solid core of language arts. Through a mix of writing, art projects, stories, singing, creative play, and outdoor exploration, students receive a firm foundation in creative writing, rhetoric, grammar, spelling, and literature. Part of each day is also spent at the park playing and exploring nature.
Frog Hollow is experiential and interest-led. Students work at their own pace in a mixed-age environment that fosters mutual respect and the joy of learning. Class meets for a full school day once a week.
“I sent to Frog Hollow an exceptionally reluctant writer – honestly, I was at the end of my rope – and Becca Hall returned to me a poet, a novelist, a playwright, a field guide researcher, and a kid who “sneak writes” when she should be sleeping.” ~ Elisa, Parent