Class of 2018 Early Acceptances:

Brown-2, Colgate-2, Emory-2, Amherst, Bowdin, Franklin and Marshall, Harvard, HowardIthaca, Northwestern, St. Andrews, SUNY Purchase, University of Michigan, University of Pennsylvania, University of WisconsinUniversity of Pittsburgh, University of Vermont, Wake Forest


Attention Juniors

Write for the Future’s First Early Bird Deadline for the Class of 2018 is approaching.

November 15 is the First Deadline!

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Attention High School Juniors and Parents!

New Write For the Future Workshops 2017

What makes a Strong College Admissions Essay?

We will guide students to discover the answer to that question in our Spring Write for the Future Workshops on the following dates:

  • Sunday, February 26
  • Saturday, March 25
  • Sunday, April 23
  • Sunday, April 30
  • Saturday, May 20
  • Saturday, June 17

Our workshop in the Downtown, Soho section of New York will take place from 10:30-3:30pm. Students will brainstorm ideas of their own as we introduce them to our techniques of developing strong ideas. Students will also begin writing and see several other examples of compelling essays of students admitted to competitive colleges. The cost of the workshop is $350, which can be applied to the costs of Write for the Future’s Individualized Coaching Program. However, for all current participants in our individual coaching programs, there is no cost to attend.

Space is limited and enrollment is on a First Come First Serve basis.

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Student's Wall

We are now enrolling Juniors in our Individualized Coaching Program

Entitles students to UNLIMITED individual coaching sessions for college admissions essays.

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Martha’s Vineyard College Admissions Essay Workshops

Celebrating the Eighth Year on the Vineyard!

  • August 2nd and 3rd
  • August 9th and 10th

Our extremely popular workshop provides 2 half days sessions (10:30-2:30) on Wednesday/Thursday August 2 and 3, or Wednesday/Thursday August 9 and 10 in Martha’s Vineyard. Accommodations are not provided.

Accommodations are not provided. Led by David Dent, NYU Professor of Journalism and Non-Fiction Writing and founder of Write for the Future, the program specializes in helping students craft essays that will reflect their abilities as writers, in addition to spotlighting the unique qualities they can bring to a collegiate community. And they become stronger writers in the process!

“The ambiance was perfect. Students were busily working on their assignments in a beautiful and tranquil environment free of distraction – perfect for inspiration and creativity. Prior to the workshop, Lance did not like writing and his work reflected his aversion. However, Lance was completely engaged in the workshop and, in fact, did not want to stop working when I came to pick him up!”

-Tanya Lewis
Mother of Lance Lewis
Accepted to the Coast Guard Academy
(Lance’s essay can be found in our Essay of the Week.)

Enrollment is open to Rising 11th and 12th grade students on a first come, first serve basis. Each session is comprised of 2 half-day sessions of 4 hours each, from 10:30am to 2:30pm, working with trained professionals on the college admissions essay.

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