Class of 2021 Early Action/Decision Acceptances


Stanford-4, Brown–3, NYU-3, Hampton-2, Howard-2, Case Western Reserve, 

Columbia, Dartmouth, Georgia Tech, NC A&T, Pace, Syracuse, UC Santa Cruz,

University of Georgia, University of San Francisco, University of Vermont

Exciting News: Four Write for the Future students this year applied Early for Stanford. All four were admitted. We congratulate those students who wrote amazing essays!

Write for the Future 2020 Early Bird Options

Attention Juniors and Parents of Juniors: We are opening enrollment for the Class of 2022. 

Early Bird One December 4, 2020

Early Bird Two January 1, 2021

Early Bird Three February 1, 2021

For enrollment details and pricing or to schedule a free consultation, email us at 

We are now enrolling High School Juniors in our Individual College Admissions Essay Writing Program and students in Grades 5-10 in our Expository Writing Program. For more information, email:

  1. Individual Coaching for College Admissions Essays Only.

Entitles students to unlimited individual coaching sessions, starting in the Spring of Junior Year or from the time of enrollment, for the Common Application Essay and supplemental essays. By incorporating the tools of journalism, we focus from start to finish on preparing quality college admissions essays. Led by David J. Dent, tenured Professor of Journalism at NYU where he has been teaching journalism and nonfiction writing for almost 30 years. 

We work with students located all over the world by meeting via Skype or other means. Students in the NYC metropolitan area can also meet in person.

 Combined Jr/Sr Essay ProgramSpecifically designed for High School Juniors (11th grade), this program provides (i) weekly writing support and/or enrichment during Junior year and (ii) unlimited individual coaching sessions for the Common Application Essay and supplements starting the Spring semester and continuing until application deadlines in Fall of the Senior year. (Includes free enrollment in any Write for the Future Workshop, including the Martha’s Vineyard Workshop in August 2020.)

Graduation Season is here! Honoring our seniors is even more important in these times. This year, we continue the Essay of the Week tradition in celebrating the students in our program four years ago. They are now graduating from college. Four years ago, Christien Williams, a 2016 graduate of the Charlotte Country Day School, selected MIT among several choices. He will receive a BS in Computer Science from MIT later this month. Next year, he will begin a Fulbright Fellowship for graduate study in Paris progra and is graduating in a few weeks. To read his Common App Essay on Huffington Post, click here. 

Congratulations to Write for the Future’s Class of 2020. Their decisions were due today and we have heard from most of them about their choices. Here is the latest tally of where they are going: Brown-4, Dartmouth-2, Hampton-2, Harvard-2, Howard-2, Morehouse-2, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill-2, American, Boston University, Bowdoin, Cornell, Georgetown, Harvard School of Business (MBA Program), New York University, Northwestern, Ohio State University, Syracuse, Tufts, University of Arizona, University of Chicago, University of Maryland, University of Richmond, University of Southern California, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Washington and Lee, Yale

Attention Juniors and Parents: Now is a good time for an introduction to the process of writing a winning college admissions essay. Our program starts with a free consultation.  For more information, email us at To read testimonials regarding our Individual Program, click here. To read essays from Write for the Future’s Class of 2019, click on the schools they are attending: Barnard, Brown, Colgate, Duke, Harvard, Lehigh,  Pomona, Stanford, Tufts, UCLA, UPenn, Yale

We have also expanded our writing programs for students in grades 5-10 and for college students. We have worked with students from around the country in our expository program. If interested, please email us at Also for enrollment information, email us at

To read testimonials from parents click here

Individualized Attention! Write the Best Essay of Your Life with the Guidance of a Proven Team!

Take Advantage of January Early Bird Special. 

We are now enrolling Juniors in our Individualized College Admissions Essay Writing Program.

The program begins with a free consultation in person or via skype. To schedule a consultation, email us at 

To read testimonials from parents and students who have gone through the program, click here.

To read essays of our students going to the following schools, click on the school:

Amherst, Barnard, Brown, Bucknell, Colgate, Dartmouth, Duke, Emerson, Fordham, Harvard, Howard, Stanford, Syracuse University, Tufts, UCLA, University of Maryland, University of Pennsylvania, Vassar, Wesleyan, Yale

Great Acceptance News Continues for our Seniors!!!! Congrats to Write for the Future’s Seniors of the Class of 2020. So far, our students have won acceptances to Brown-3, University of Michigan-3, American University, Bowdoin, University of Chicago, Clark, Cornell, Hampton, Harvard, Harvard School of Business(MBA Program), Howard, Morehouse, Northwestern, Spelman, Tufts, Tulane, University of Richmond, University of Vermont, Washington and Lee, and Xavier.


Martha’s Vineyard College Admissions Essay Workshop, Summer 2019~

Join us as we celebrate our Eleventh Year on the Vineyard!


Session One: Mon/ Tues, 10:30-2:30, August 3 and 4
Session Two: Wed/ Thursday, 10:30-2:30, August 12 and 13
Session Three: Mon/Tues, 10:30-2:30, August 17 and August 18

Our extremely popular workshop provides 2 half days sessions (10:30-2:30)


$500 before March 1
$600 after March 1

“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. We do not provide accommodations

For more information, contact


Congratulations to the Class of 2019 on making their decisions!

Here are their choices:

Harvard-4, Brown-3, Stanford-2, Yale-2, Barnard, Bennington, Colgate, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Duke, Glion Institute of Higher Education (Montreux, Switzerland), Hofstra, Howard, Juniata, Kingsborough, Lehigh, Morehouse, NYU, Pomona, Pratt, Quinnipiac, Rutgers, Sacred Heart, Stonehill, SUNY Fredonia, Tufts, UCLA, UMass Amherst, University of Michigan, University of Pennsylvania, University of Richmond, University of San Diego, Wake Forest, Villanova.



Writing Workshops: Write for the Future leads College Admissions Essay Workshops for schools, organizations and parent groups around the country. We customize the workshops to meet the needs of organizations. Led by David Dent, NYU Professor of Journalism and Non-Fiction Writing and founder of Write for the Future, the workshops specialize 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!

For testimonials on our workshops, click here. For information on setting up a workshop in your area or at your school, email us at