Creative WRiting

Creative Writing is designed to develop students into mature and confident writers. They will learn to write well, from first word to final draft, through the study of persuasive communication, creative writing, and the elements of the writing process. Their creativity will not be dampened by stilted formulas and busy work; rather, they will learn how to create content that is both original and engaging. They will be immersed in works from master writers so that they will see the elements of excellent writing in action. Through this they will accumulate skills that will order their thoughts, fine-tune their writing process, and allow them to express their ideas in compelling and effective ways.


Section 912-HS-24


Section 912-AA-24

*This is a course reserved for high school students.




  • M
  • W

1:00PM – 1:50PM CT

Mrs. Amber



The Creative Writer Level 3: Building Your Craft
Paragraphs for High School

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Mrs. Amber Saare

Mrs. Saare earned her Bachelor of Arts in English and American Literature at the University of Texas at El Paso and her Master of Arts in English from California State University at Northridge. She has over twenty years of teaching English in the college classroom and over ten as an instructor in primary and secondary settings. In her literature courses, her ultimate aim is to spur on students in their love of great literature, show them how to view it all through the lens of a Christian worldview, and teach them how to engage the material in such a way that they see its relevance to today’s world and its current conversation. When she teaches composition, she works to develop her students’ writing abilities through regular, thorough feedback and exposure to examples of excellent writing.

She also homeschools her four children and tries to grow vegetables in hay bales for fun. If there’s time left in the day, you can most likely find her with her nose in a great book.