2021 Summer Programs (Early Bird Discount will end on 4/18/2021)
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2021 Summer Camp
A505: Literature Analysis, Vocabulary Expansion, and Writing Workshop
(Rising 1st - 8th) Classes will be divided based on grade level. Students can take multiple sessions because each session has different content.
Our flagship reading and writing summer camp class is both fun and effective to improve students' reading and writing skills. Click here to read our students' work from last year's summer camp classes. This course has three integrated parts to help students build their solid reading and writing ability.  
2021 Spring
Reading + Writing Program
A classic course which dramatically improves English skills through practice and guidance. Now online.
2021 Summer Camp
A550: Bridging the Gap: High School Pre-AP/AP English All Essentials
(Rising 9th - 11th graders) This course prepares and equips the students with the must-have skills to score high in challenging high school Pre-AP and AP English classes. It especially benefits all the rising 9th, 10th and 11th grade students who lack such preparation due to the inadequate teaching quality in the pandemic environment.
The class uses an AP English classroom teaching setup and students' work is evaluated using the rigorous high school English course grading standards. The reading material includes a range of complex fiction (primary Shakespeare's classic work) and nonfiction texts.  The instructor grades each student's literature analysis essay and meets one-on-one with them to provide feedback.
2021 Summer Camp 
A560: High School English Timed Essay Writing Workshop
(Rising 9th - 11th) In-class timed essay writing is a big challenging for most of the high school students in their English course studies. Our instructor helps the students to overcome this "barrier" and score high. It especially benefits all the rising 9th, 10th and 11th grade students who lack such preparation due to the inadequate teaching quality in the pandemic environment.​
This session is focused on close reading and analysis of shorter works of literature and applying the analysis to an in-class timed write as seen in all levels of  high school English courses.
2021 Summer Camp
B110: Public Speaking (Enrichment)
(Rising 3rd - 8th, online only, Students can take multiple sessions because each Session has different contents)
Students will learn how to express themselves clearly before audiences, both in large and small settings. This class emphasizes speech, body language, voice, and tone, paired with proper expressions that they should use in various situations. Students will also gain confidence and learn techniques enabling them to start speeches and discussions quickly and with ease. They will also be trained to compete in public speaking tournaments.
2021 Summer Camp
B120: Debate (Enrichment)
(Rising 5th - 8th, online only, Novice and Advanced classes available, Students can take multiple sessions because each Session has different contents)
Our coaches have a great amount of experience in both debating and coaching debate.  They have trained students winning the LD State and National championships as well as the LD and PF finalists, semifinalists, and quarterfinalists students in multiple national and local debate tournaments. (Click here to see the details)
Low coach-student ratio, fun, engaging and every student is attended. 
2021 Summer Camp
A520: Contest Academic Writing Workshop
(Rising 7th - 11th) For the past three years, our students won one Silver Medal, 17 Gold Keys, 20 Silver Keys, 18 Honorable Mention awards in the Scholastic National Writing Contests, the nation's most prestigious recognition program for young writers in grades 7–12. (Click here for details)
Such awards demonstrate students' high-level writing skills and add a heavyweight to their resumes, boosting their advantages when applying to private high schools or colleges.
This course teaches academic writing skills, such as using descriptive, analytical, persuasive, and critical writing styles to compose evidence-backed essays in a clear, concise, and focused style.
2021 Summer Camp
A521: Advanced Contest Academic Writing Workshop
(Rising 9th-11th) This course is for the students who have won the Scholastic Writing Contest award or 9th -11th grade students who previously attended SpiderSmart Sugar Land Academic Writing class. Other interesting students need to contact center director for the approval to take the course.
This is the advanced level of academic writing class. By raising students' level of academic writing, this course helps them to aim higher in their achievements in the Scholastic Writing contest.  
2021 Summer Camp
A524: Contest Narrative Writing Workshop
(Rising 7th - 11th) For the past three years, our students won one Silver Medal, 17 Gold Keys, 20 Silver Keys, 18 Honorable Mention awards in the Scholastic National Writing Contests, the nation's most prestigious recognition program for young writers in grades 7–12. (Click here for details)
Such awards demonstrate students' high-level writing skills and add a heavyweight to their resumes, boosting their advantages when applying to private high schools or colleges.
This class also helps students to better "tell" their personal  stories to the private school or college admission officers in their essays to strengthen their application status.
2021 Summer Camp
A525: Contest Poetry Writing Workshop
(Rising 7th - 11th) For the past three years, our students won one Silver Medal, 17 Gold Keys, 20 Silver Keys, 18 Honorable Mention awards in the Scholastic National Writing Contests, the nation's most prestigious recognition program for young writers in grades 7–12. (Click here for details)
Such awards demonstrate students' high-level writing skills and add a heavyweight to their resumes, boosting their advantages when applying to private high schools or colleges.
This course teaches students how to write better poems. Our teacher guides the students to turn a blank sheet of paper into a teeming concert of voices and music, and change the way they and their readers think of the world and its inhabitants.
2021 Summer Camp
B130: Science Bowl (Enrichment)
(Rising 4th-8th, online only) Coach N won first place in the high school State TMSCA Science competition. He led his high school science bowl team to win 2nd place at a national science bowl tournament. He has co-coached the Quail Valley Middle School science bowl team for the past 3 years and took the team to the national stage.
Coach H is a 3-time USABO semifinalist and ranked top 50 in the nation.  He holds the record as the most individual points score in the TMSCA Science state tournament history. 
This summer, they will lead our students to engage in interesting and fierce competition to answer a wide range of scientific questions. Through activities, students will learn mathematics, life science, earth and space, physics and energy knowledge.
2021 Summer Camp
B140: Exploring History (Enrichment)
(Rising 4th - 8th, online only
This summer, our history guru instructor from Yale University's history department, the #1 ranked history department in the nation, will lead the students to explore the ancient history of Greek, Rome, etc. Do not miss this opportunity of gaining knowledge in a fun and engaging learning environment. 
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