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Spring 2021 Programs

Sapient offers ONLINE LIVE group instruction for spring courses.

Registration must be done via phone or email due to limited enrollment.

Period: 1/15–5/29 (20 weeks)  |  Fridays 5–8 PM

  • Two hours of English (reading + grammar) and one hour of math

  • Instructors: Ryan Choi (English) and Mike Zhuang (Math)

Period: 1/15–5/29 (20 weeks)  |  Saturdays 10 AM – 1 PM

  • The class goal is to score a perfect 1600

  • Invitation-only based on diagnostic/simulation test results

Period: 1/15–6/5 (21 weeks)  |  Fridays 6–9 PM

Two hours of English (reading + grammar) and one hour of math

Instructors:

Period: 1/18–5/28 (18 weeks)

Instructor: Ryan Choi

This class aims to establish and solidify the basic concepts of English and systematically cover the strategies in each area.

This is a pre-SAT, pre-ACT class that will prepare students for not only the actual SAT/ACT but also school English.

Time/Day     Monday     Tuesday     Wednesday

   4–5 PM          Core 1         Core 2               N/A

                       Grammar    Reading

   5–6 PM          Core 1         Core 2               N/A

                        Grammar   Reading

   8–9 PM             N/A              N/A               Core 3

                                                                        Reading

Instructor: Aaron Blumenthal (BA English, Harvard '15)

Academic English Writing

Period: 1/11–3/16 (10 weeks)  |  Tuesdays 5–7 PM

Students will write essays on topics ranging from literature to current political events. Students will also be assigned essay excerpts that need to be fixed using knowledge from class with the goal of improving through focused attention on common issues.​

Book Club

Period: 1/11–3/17 (10 weeks)  |  Wednesdays 5–7 PM

Reading is the best way to improve at both writing and English more broadly. We will read a variety of genres, including fiction, poetry, essays, and editorials, to develop analytical and interpretive skills, as well as to gain a well-rounded perspective on what makes something “good writing.”