Teen Summer Remote Classes

Do you have a teen writer in your life? Let them know about GrubStreet's Summer Teen Classes starting this June. This summer, we've put together an entire catalog of exciting remote teen classes designed to keep the YAWP community connected while also providing plenty of optional portions for breaks from screens when needed.


Each class will feature virtual craft talks, writing exercises, a rotating selection of fun screenless activities, group projects, and the chance to meet and mingle virtually with teens and instructors from other classes happening simultaneously. Plus, each week will end with an optional open mic and milestone celebration to cheer on everyone's accomplishments.


Take a look below to see all of our summer teen classes! As always, scholarships are super easy to apply for and available for every single class below:



Scholarships Available


GrubStreet is excited to offer many more full scholarships for our teen writing workshops this year. Scholarship forms can be found on each class page. After you complete the super easy scholarship application, wait to hear back before registering for class because you’ll need the scholarship code, which can’t be applied retroactively. Scholarships are distributed on a rolling basis, right up to the day before class starts. However, the sooner you apply, the better your chances of receiving a scholarship before classes fill up! Learn more here.

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