Build Community at the Annual ACW High School Writing Retreat
Three incredible poets, two unforgettable days at Paul Smith’s College, and hundreds of inspired students!
October 27th and 28th, from 9am-3pm, the Adirondack Center for Writing presents the 18th annual High School Writing Retreat at Paul Smith’s College. Students will enjoy poetry performances and learn to supercharge their writing with workshop leaders and poetry rockstars José Olivarez, Jon Sands, and Amanda Torres.
Register for two days of writing workshops, epic performances, meeting new friends and fellow writers, and a meet & greet with poets. This is a perfect opportunity to include on college applications.
The retreat is free and open to any high school students and classes, including homeschool students. It will be held in-person at Paul Smith’s College (7777 NY-30, Paul Smiths, NY 12970). Students must bring their own lunch.
Register as a school or as an individual homeschool student. No experience necessary, and no fee to attend.
Since 2005, the Adirondack Center for Writing has hosted its annual High School Writing Retreat, and each year brings in more talented local teen writers. Learn more about the annual retreat and this year’s featured workshop leaders on the Adirondack Center for Writing website.
Adirondack Center for Writing
The Adirondack Center for Writing brings people and words together. The ACW cultivates the art of writing and the joy of reading; celebrate the power of language to invite discovery, to create an understanding of people and sense of place, and to build a community. Check out what’s new and newsworthy at ACW and be sure to visit their Saranac Lake location for drop-in reading, writing, and community time.