Category Archives: Education/Enrichment

Chinese New Year Celebration Festival

January 26th, 4:30 – 7:30 pm
Newton North

Troop for Girls within the Boy Scouts Information session

Starting in February of 2019, the iconic program of the Boy Scouts of America will be welcoming young women ages 11-17. For 100+ years the BSA program has focused on providing youth with opportunities for adventure, leadership training, service to communities and personal growth. Please come to learn more and get involved. Questions? Contact Barb Bower at

Scouts BSA TROOP FOR GIRLS Information Session
January 27th, 7:00 – 8:00 pm
Union Church of Waban, 14 Collins Road

Laura Holt – Holt College Advisor

Looking for help with the college admissions process? Not sure where to visit or apply? Need assistance drafting essays or preparing compelling applications? Laura can help! She offers a decade of admissions experience and enjoys partnering with students (and their parents) to find best fit schools.

Please contact me her at or 617-335-7345 for a free consultation. For information, visit

Writing tutor available

Emerson College senior offering essay and creative writing review/proofreading/writing assistance for middle and high school students. Based out of Boston and Newton. National Merit Semi-Finalist, proficient in English writing, grammar, and sentence structure. Emerson College GPA 3.85. Winner of 2016 and 2018 one act plays in the Emerson New Fest New Works Festival.

Contact Samuel Fidler via email at or cell phone at 617-515-7689.  Reasonable rates beginning at $25 .00/ hour.

Writing classes available

Advantage Writing provides rigorous writing instruction with honest feedback in a laid-back, red-pen-free environment. The workshops are designed to help middle and high school students build skills to communicate effectively and elegantly in writing. Their workshops demystify the basics of writing and guide students through practical strategies that will take their writing to the next level.

The Basics class focuses on key elements of effective expository prose: thesis construction and development, structuring and supporting an argument, crafting purposeful introductions and conclusions, and writing strong topic sentences. The Grammar & Vocabulary class focuses on the nuts and bolts of writing: active and passive verbs, subject and verb agreement, punctuation basics (comma versus semicolon versus colon), and pronoun use.

Advantage Writing welcomes all levels of writers and are committed to working with students at any stage in their writing process. More information, including instructor bios, can be found on the website. Check out the flyer here: Flyer

For any and all questions please email or call 617-680-7337.