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April - May Classes Overview

Total Hour Time
HIR-Economics 20 Saturday, 8pm–10pm EST
Boarding School Critical Reading and Literary Analysis 20 Saturday, 8am–10am EST
John Locke Junior Prize 20 Saturday, 8pm–10pm EST
HIR Academic Writing Contest

In the preparation program, students can choose between two categories of the HIR Writing Contest Prep: Economics and International Relations.

Class time: 8pm to 10pm

Course arrangement: X hours group class, X hours one-on-one

reading and writing

In this course you will learn strategies to help strengthen your reading and writing skills. You will practice analyzing and discussing advanced texts and feel more confident writing your English papers.

Taught by: English teacher at Milton Academy, a top 10 private boarding high school in the United States. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Yale University, and MFA in Creative Writing from Boston University

Class time: 8am to 10am

Course arrangement: 1 class per week, 2 hours per class, 10 classes in total, 20 hours in total

john locke essay competition prep

In this John Locke Essay Competition Prep course, students will learn the ins and outs of essay writing, in preparation for entering the competition. We offer prep classes in three categories: Junior, History, and Law. Students will choose one topic, compose an original thesis and argument, and write an essay for submission. Students will engage in a guided analysis of primary and secondary sources, develop critical thinking skills, and discover interesting insights. In addition to the group lecture classes, students will receive guidance on their individual projects from the instructor, in one-on-one sessions.

Class time: 8pm to 10pm

Course arrangement: 1 class per week, 2 hours per class, 10 classes in total, 20 hours in total

March Classes Overview

Total Hour Time
Writing Competition March 16 Sunday, 11am–1pm EST
Intro to Psychology 16 Saturday, 8pm–10pm EST
Intro to Creative Writing 15 Tuesday, 8pm–9:30pm EST
Intro to Business Competition 16 Sunday, 11am–1pm EST
Academic Writing 15 8am-9:30am
Writing Competition Aralia Education

The class will be shown a range of tools to learn the nuances of controlled, purposeful writing, including: figurative language, effective structuring and specific forms that they will apply to their own pieces. Students will work directly with both literary and media texts as they plan and write their own.

Taught by: Creative writing and publishing experts, she has guided students to win many writing competitions

Class time: 11am to 1pm

Course arrangement: 6 group lessons, 2 hours each; 4 one-on-one lessons, 1 hour each; 16 hours in total

Introduction to Psychology Aralia Education

This course is an introduction to Psychology – what many describe as the science of the mind and behavior, concerned with how and why human beings do what they do. In some ways, this course is like a tasting menu at a fancy restaurant – you get the opportunity to try various aspects of various disciplines of this fascinating science and see which one(s) excites you. This course allows you to learn the basics in each of the major branches of psychology today.

Taught by: Psychology/AP Psychology teacher

Class time: 8pm to 10pm

Course arrangement: 1 class per week, 2 hours per class, 8 classes in total, 16 hours of class

Creative Writing

This course will focus on three genres: poetry, fiction, and personal narrative. In each 90-minute session, students will complete creative writing exercises, read, short anchor texts, and write their own original work.

Taught by: English and Humanities teacher in a top private high school in the U.S with more than 30 years of teaching experience

Class time:  8pm to 9:30pm

Course arrangement: 10 group classes, 1.5 hours per class, 15 hours in total

intro to business competition

Aspiring entrepreneurs will learn to create, promote, and market a company to win over the judges in a Business Competition. Intro to Business Competition course is designed and taught by an M.B.A. professor and judge of graduate Business Pitch competitions. Topics include the differences between start-ups and small businesses, business ideation, designing business plans, environmental scanning, raising capital, developing budgets, establishing organizational structure, marketing and promotion strategies, persuasive sales pitches, and pitch-decks.

Taught by: Northeastern University professor, University of Cambridge MBA lecturer, and award-winning business coach

Academic Introduction Classes Overview

Total Hour Time
Intro to World History 20 Saturday, 8pm–10pm EST
Intro to US History 20 Saturday, 8pm–10pm EST
Intro to Biology 20 Saturday, 8pm–10pm EST
Junior Boarding School Literary Interpretations 20 Sunday, 8am–10am EST
Intro to Latin 20 Sunday, 6:30pm–8:30pm EST
introduction to latin

This course provides students with an introduction to Latin language. We will cover the pronunciation of Latin letters and introductory grammar, which will give students a quick start to reading short Latin texts.

Taught by: Top 30 boarding school directors and Latin teacher of The Hill School Classics. He has written 3 Latin/Greek textbooks, and is an editor of the National Classical Literature Database

Class time: 7:30am to 9:30am

Course arrangement: 1 class per week, 2 hours per class, 10 classes in total

biology aralia education

In this course, students will preview the major topics that they will see in their high schoolbiology class, from the chemistry of life to cellular processes to evolution and ecology. Students will explore the topics through readings, group work, inquiry-based activities, and notes. Within each topic, we will be doing online labs that will allow students to work on the skills that they need to be successful in high school laboratory classes.

Taught by: Biology teacher of Taft School – top 20 private boarding high schools in the United States. He’s an AP Biology subject consultant and exam reader with more than 17 years of teaching experience. He has an bachelor’s degree from Yale University

Class time: 8pm to 10pm

Course arrangement: 1 class per week, 2 hours per class, 10 classes in total

us history

Explore the rise and fall of empires, the clash, and encounter of cultures, plagues, religious fervor, and political intrigue and war. This course aims to discover the complex interactions between Native Americans, Europeans, and Africans in different regions of North America across more than 500 years of history​.

Taught by: AP US History officer reader, with more than 30 years of teaching experience in many top high schools in the U.S

Class time: 8pm-10 pm

Course arrangement: 1 class per week, 2 hours per class, 10 classes in total

World history aralia education

Students will learn an overview of history from 1500 years ago to the present, world cultural, political, and economic changes. The curriculum covers key world history content in grades 9 and 10. Emphasis will be placed on class discussion, note-taking, extended reading, divergent thinking debate, and research writing.

Taught by: Top public American high school history teacher, official reader of the AP history exam with  more than 22 years of teaching experience

Class time: 8pm-10pm

Course arrangement: 1 class per week, 2 hours per class, 10 classes in total

February Group Class

National Economics Challenge (NEC)

Feb 18 to Mar 26


Writing Competitions

Session 1: Feb 25 to Apr 22
Session 2: Feb 11 to Mar 18

Feb 25 to Apr 22


John Locke

Junior Prize: Feb 19 to Mar 12 | Junior Prize 2: Feb 25 to Mar 18
History: Feb 17 to Mar 10 | Economics: Feb 14 to Mar 14

Feb 19 to Mar 12


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