Summer Writing Program for High School Students
June 29—July 11, 2014
The Fir Acres Workshop in Writing and Thinking, first and foremost, is a community of writers who share a commitment to the work and play of writing together. Find out more about writing and living on campus while participating in this summer writing program for high school students.
Since the summer of 1989, Fir Acres has been a place where, as E.B. White puts it, the “self escapes into the open,” where all of us follow our written language in order to hear our voices anew.
Our willingness to experiment with form and to take risks as writers leads to an authority we take with us as we return to our lives elsewhere. We support each other in the discovery of and commitment to writing as the habit of an engaged, active mind.
Apply to the Fir Acres Workshop
Program fee for 2014 is $1,750. This covers tuition, room and board for the full two week program. Limited financial aid is available, and is awarded on the basis of demonstrated need.
For answers to Frequently Asked Questions, or to apply now, download the 2014 Application Packet [pdf].
Rolling admissions begin in February, so early applications are strongly encouraged. For further information, e-mail email@example.com, or call the Lewis & Clark College Provost’s Office at 503-768-7200.
“The most valuable part of the workshop was that I got to live in a community of writers. I had the privilege of getting to know caring, compassionate, intelligent people who all share a common bond.”
—Josh, Grade 10, Colton, Oregon