In person from 9:00 to 3:00 in Carnation. $2775 FULL
Online from 9:30 to 12:30 with a break in the middle to write. $1770 FULL
Seward Park 2:30 to 4:30. Tuition $235 for a quarter or $675 for the year.
Pick-up and walk from ORCA K-8, $110 for a quarter or $290 for the year.
Tolt MacDonald Park 1:30 to 3:30. Tuition $235 for a quarter or $675 for the year.
Teen Writer’s Workshop
Thursdays, 3:00 to 4:00 PST. Tuition $275 for a quarter or $750 for the year.
Exploratory Creative Writing Workshop
Thursdays, 4:30 to 5:30 PST. Tuition $275 for a quarter or $750 for the year.
Frog Hollow accepts students on a rolling basis as space allows.
All classes run from the week of September 20th through the week of June 6th.
All classes ask for a commitment of one quarter, but build on themselves throughout the year. Yearlong attendance recommended.
Limited partial scholarships available. If you would like to be considered for one please complete the Scholarship Application. Many financial circumstances considered, including siblings in the class.
Core class: Deposit is non-refundable. Other tuition is refundable up until the first day of the quarter.
Other classes: Tuition is 75% refundable up until the first day of class and nonrefundable after that.
Tuition and deposits are 100% refundable should there be any COVID19-related changes.
“Becca is a brilliant teacher that has a beautiful way of playfully weaving a rich language arts program that is filled with many genres from around the world and from different time periods. Her passion for the subject and teaching has inspired my children in their writing and creative thinking. Her craft of teaching truly keeps the joy of writing alive for children that are just learning to write or are developing as writers. My children are always excited to go to Frog Hollow to learn with Becca and their classmates. They come home filled with stories of inspiration as they continue to think about language and how they express themselves. I love that they have had this rich experience with language and expression in their elementary years as they now enter middle school. Don’t be surprised if you too get inspired along the way as you support your kiddo in her program – finding yourself being more creative in writing or looking more deeply at language as you express yourself in the world.” ~ Jaime, parent