Discover the Inspired Writing & Literature Difference!
Homeschooling your child can become daunting, especially when he or she reaches high school.
Inspired Writing & Literature makes it easy for parents to prepare their child with the thinking and communications skills necessary for college success so that their child can be ready for their future and live in alignment with their faith.
Your student will learn to think critically, write effectively, and be ready to prosper in college and beyond.
1) Use the Course Navigator
Answer a few simple questions to receive customized course offerings that fit your child’s needs.
2) Choose Your Path
Choose the educational package that fits your needs and enroll your child.
3) Grow in Knowledge and Values
Watch your student gain knowledge, grow in their thinking and communications skills, and deepen their convictions as they are inspired to seek truth.
Live courses where teacher and all students interact and see each other’s faces
A responsive instructor
Online grade book available 24/7
Detailed feedback for each student and parent
Academic rigor that prepares teens for the future
Gradual preparation for CLEP & AP exams to earn college credit.
Engaging course content
Education that pushes them to think creatively and seek truth
Instruction that will equip them with the tools to succeed in college
AP and CLEP are registered trademarks of the College Examination Board. The College Board was not involved in the production of these courses and does not endorse them.
Parents Are Seeing the Difference
Mrs. Selling’s love of teaching, love of writing, and love of helping her students learn and exceed their own expectations has been the key to the results they have both achieved.
Sandra’s students are stretched to think logically and critically…I have seen tremendous growth in my son’s ability to speak persuasively with confidence, as well as write with confidence.
Mrs. Selling is methodical, building on prior lesson material. Her standards are built upon excellence and accomplishment, and Rachel feels this empowerment.
As a parent, you want a quality, values-based language arts education for your child. However, high school curricula are complex and can stretch you beyond your skillset as a teaching parent. Too often this leaves you feeling unsure whether you can provide your child with the tools to succeed in the future.
Like many parents, I recognized my son needed more than I could provide individually as a teacher. I wanted to build a learning community to prepare him for the challenges and diversity of ideas he would face in college and life. My goal was to create an environment that would inspire him to think analytically and communicate effectively while he engaged new concepts, leading him to examine and confirm his own convictions. That's why I spent years working to create what has become Inspired Writing and Literature.
For 15 years as both a literature teacher and a certified instructor with the Institute for Excellence in Writing, I have helped hundreds of families prepare their teens for the road ahead.