“The more you get students involved in activities where they are writing for a real audience and with a real purpose, the more they will see writing as an activity that is necessary, purposeful, and enjoyable,” says Sandhya Nankani, former Supervising Editor, Scholastic Education. “A weekly structure that involves fun writing activities might help students understand and enjoy the social benefits of writing such as sharing stories and learning from others.” Writers Studio equips students to think, write and express themselves fluently while making the right impression. 

  • Riddhi Kedia, 12, published in Amazing Kids, 2018
  • Maryam Afzaal, 10, published in Amazing Kids, 2018
  • Yusuf Khan, 8, published in Amazing Kids, 2016
  • Yousuf Khan, 13, Time for Kids Reporter,Scholastic Arts and Writing Competition Special Mention, 2015-16
  • Taskeen Khan, 16, Huffington Post blogger, writer Halal Consumer magazine, Islamic Horizons magazine, 
  • Taskeen Khan, Age 15-18, Scholastic Arts & Writing Competition Silver Key winner for multiple entries. 2012-2016  
  • Nusaybah Aisha Ali, 10, Second Place, Torrance Legacy Awards, 2016
  • Hamza Hasan, 9, Third Place,  Torrance Legacy Awards, 2016
  • Inaya Ali, 12, published in national magazine, Scholastic Arts and Writing Competition Silver Key winner, 2015 -2016
  • Bilal Khurshid, 14, Scholastic Arts and Writing Competition Special Mention; published in Amazing Kids magazine.2015 -2016
  • Lilly & Ainsley Soane, 7, Yousuf Khan, 6 : Reflections 2008-’09 District Level Winners
  • Taskeen Khan, Simrah Shaik: Reflections 2008-’09 School Level Winners
  • Bailey Bystry, 11: River of Words International Poetry Winner 2008,Published in River of Words Anthology, 2008,  1st Prize Winner Glen Ellyn Library Poetry Contest, 2008. Media Coverage: Daily Herald, Glen Ellyn News, Chicago Tribune Local, 2008
  • Jack Marrinson, 9: “Celebrating Young Poets” Top Ten Winner, 2007, Published in Anthology 2007
  • Taskeen Khan, 9: Dunham International Memorial Poetry Competition Winner 2007, Published as “Writing We Love” Competition Winner 2007; Chicago Parent Magazine Writer 2004
  • Faisal Khurshid, 13: TV Show Review, Chicago Tribune 2008
  • Maura Zindler published six pieces in Amazing Kids and Teen Ink 2008
  • Sara Bruno published in Teen Ink 2008
  • Sana Kadir published in Amazing Kids 2008
  • Misbah Qureshi published in Amazing Kids 2008
  • Camraan Khan: Spoken Word Performer at Cafe Finjan Festival, Chicago. 2008
  • Emaad Qadir: Spoken Word Performer at Cafe Finjan Festival, Chicago. 2008
  • Samia Qadir: Spoken Word Performer at Cafe Finjan Festival, Chicago. 2008



Weekly On Site and Online Workshops for Students Across the US

 
 Sundays ( 5 hours/Workshop)  

Hours (Central Time)

3:45 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

5:15 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

6:45 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

SESSIONS – Sunday

1. Sept. 9th to 30th

2. Oct.14th to Nov. 4th

3. Nov. 11, 18, Dec. 2, 9

We Cover:

Persuasive Writing & Analytical Thinking

Descriptive Writing & Analytical Thinking

 Letters to the Editor 

Elements of Personal/College Essays

Book Reviews

Online Sessions: Call to set up time

Differentiate Yourself – A Road Map to Writing Proficiency

Our aspiring elementary and middle school authors use an interactive, multi-sensory approach that makes writing fun and the craft of writing easily learned.

  • Students strengthen critical thinking and writing skills

  • Students work on critical analysis, comprehension, sentence structure, grammar, punctuation, spelling, word choice, line-by-line editing skills and critical thinking skills.  

  • Pen book or movie reviews, write essays and stories, and even gain a sense of civic responsibility by writing letters to the editor, or participating in letter writing campaigns for Amnesty International.  

  • Select writing is submitted for potential publication.

High school is all about writing. The more you do it, the better you get. 

  • Essay based approach.

  • Students work on critical analysis, comprehension, sentence structure, grammar, punctuation, spelling, word choice, line-by-line editing skills and critical thinking skills.  

  • Critique each other’s work, honing their own skills in the process.

  • Creative writing, persuasive and personal essays included. 

  • Students build an impressive portfolio, create their own blogs and contribute their best work for competitions. 

  1.  98% of Writers Studio students have joined multiple workshops. 
  2. 60% of students have been published. 
  3. 30% of our students have won national and international writing competitions.
  4. Over 400 students have been through our workshops.
  5. We have presented writing workshops at Montessori schools for grades 3 and above, Park Districts, the Chicago Botanic Gadens and to home-schooled students.
  6. 10 % of proceeds from all workshops are donated to a charity helping children learn and live.