delivered in a virtual classroom without walls or borders.
Recorded/marked classes which you "attend" on your own schedule, with real assignments and real feedback and marking.
The recordings of the classes are the same as those offered in real-time, but can be viewed at times convenient to the student.
Students view the class on their own schedule, complete the assignment and submit to a teacher for marking and commenting.
This recorded and marked version of Webster's classes is ideal for students attending school during the day and can view the classes after school hours.
MBA Student Benefits from Webster's Academy Essay Writing Course
Here is her testimonial.
While most of our students are public school and home school students, we recently had an unusual request from our accountant. After many years of owning and operating an accounting firm, she decided to return to University to get her M.B.A. However, essay writing was a real concern to her, especially since she had been out of academia for many decades. She asked for help with essay writing and listen to her testimonial here.
Excellence in Writing begins with Structure and Style
Structure and Style are the defining attributes of outstanding writing.
Structure on its own produces rigid and uninspiring writing.
Styleon its own produces the appearance of beauty without the framework to hold it in place.
Whencombined, these attributes allow creativity to flow in a controlled and powerful way.
Dr. J.B. Webster authored the teacher's manual "Blended Structure and Style in Composition" which has become a modern day classic of timeless techniques used by many hundreds of teachers instructing thousands of students around the world. His "method" of teaching writing is foundational to the teaching of Webster's Academy for Excellence in Writing, and his personal oversight ensures the integrity of his writing system is preserved through the courses offered by Webster's Academy for Excellence in Writing.
FALL 2016 Classes are Now Full
Unfortunately we cannot accept any new students for the Fall Semester.
We will be accepting new students for the Spring Semester
Starting in January 2017.
New Registrations will be accepted November 1 for the next semester.