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Fellowships of Spellers and Allies

Our Fellowships are a collection of classes and clubs through which spellers and allies come together to explore topics of interest. These groups offer opportunities to partake in learning experiences related to science, technology, the arts and everything in between. We offer inclusive programming, providing necessary support for those who need it, and we accommodate any learning style. This is an environment where the pursuit of knowledge and the development of skills are equally available to all learners in the community.

Course Catalog 2021-2022

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SEPTEMBER: Poetry Workshop

Identify and analyze the elements of craft (rhythm, rhyme scheme, sound effects, imagery, alliteration, metaphors, similes) used by established poets to enhance the way you understand and write poetry.

OCTOBER: Crime & Intelligence Analysis

Focus on skill development in collecting and analyzing crime data, and identifying crime patterns and trends for the forecasting of future crime.

NOVEMBER: The Art of Filmmaking

An introduction to film equipment, techniques, editing, design and composition; gain perspective of how filmmakers integrate social and political themes vital to understanding the world around us.


Writing is both an art and a professional tool. Whether you’re an artist who wants to enhance your studio practice, a writer with an eye towards the arts, or someone wishing to experiment with a new creative outlet, this course will provide you with the tools you need to be a successful writer.

JANUARY: Social Media

A comprehensive understanding of social media – how it influences modern culture and drives audience engagement, insight and action.

FEBRUARY: Prohibition Era

Explore this constitutional experiment set up by the American government to decrease crime rates, reduce tax burden and improve health in Americans.

MARCH: Introduction to Psychology

A journey through psychological concepts and principles, as well as, an in-depth understanding of human thought and behavior.

APRIL: Botany for Beginners

A scientific exploration of plants, including physiology, structure, genetics, ecology, distribution, classification and economic importance.

MAY: Experimental Science

Gain scientific knowledge by testing a hypothesis with direct observation and measurement of objects and phenomena.

JUNE: Health & Wellness

Learn about the components that inform a healthy lifestyle, including the different types of exercise and their benefits, nutrition and mental health.

JULY: Art & Activism

Combining the creative power of the arts with the strategic planning of activism. Discover how art moves us emotionally and brings about social change.

AUGUST: Photography

Take images in a controlled way by combining the technical and the creative; learn the functional features of the camera while exploring the art of composing and capturing images.