Writing & Research Studio
The Learning Commons is proud to house the Writing/Research Studio which is located on the 2nd level of the Sabbagh Library. Our experienced team offers assistance to Middle School and Academy students.
Students are encouraged to reach their full potential as young writers and researchers. Various types of writing are covered in our studio which students are expected to master throughout Middle and High School including but not limited to: academic essays, research papers, reflections, UCAS personal statements, Common App college essays, motivation letters, CVs as well as various kinds of creative writing (poetry, drama, fiction, film scripts).
We firmly believe that writing is a form of self-exploration, self-expression and self-definition, further empowering students to become architects of their own learning.
Accessing the Writing & Research Studio
Students may visit the Writing & Research Studio:
- During lunch break;
- Wednesdays until 4:00pm;
- During flex time or any free block;
- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 9am-5pm.
Students need to make an appointment if there is a need for personalized assistance.
- Mr. Michael Januzzi, Writing/Research Studio Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org);
- Ms. Helena Bellou, Middle School/Academy Permanent Substitute in English Language & Literature, Writing/Research Studio Assistant (email@example.com);
- Mr. Teo Ananiades, Middle School/Academy Permanent Substitute Teacher of Social Studies, and Writing/Research Literacy Studio Assistant (firstname.lastname@example.org);
- Ms. Helen Seretis, Writing/Research Studio Specialist (email@example.com).
- Ms. Anastopoulou, Athanasia, Elementary School Permanent Substitute Teacher & Writing/Research Studio Assistant (firstname.lastname@example.org)