Young Writers Society in Parramore
During the school year, students of all skill levels can find the freedom to express their creativity through story telling, poetry, journalism, and creative writing at Page 15’s after-school Young Writers Society at the Downtown Recreation Complex in Parramore. Students can find opportunities to publish, present, and perform original hand crafted content for their community. No grades. No homework. No pressure.
Open Tuesday – Thursday, students are greeted by a bright community themed mural, natural lighting, classical music, and a healthy snack which helps renew energy and improve focus.
Since writing is at the heart of Page 15’s mission, students will practice their writing skills on a daily basis. Since studies show that daily free writing helps students explore vocabulary, concepts, and writing styles that they wouldn’t risk for a formal essay or graded assignment, Page 15 staff regularly reviews students’ journals for evaluation of writing, as well as to gauge the increase in fluency.
Downtown Recreation Complex, Directly across the street from A.C.E
363 N. Parramore Ave., Orlando, FL 32801. Program space is located behind the pottery studio.
3:30pm – 5pm
2:30pm – 4pm
Students in 6th – 8th grades
Passionate about speaking their mind, influencing and entertaining their community through their words.
Please download a registration form and mail/email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Page 15 Parramore is available to A.C.E students in 6th-8th grades,
Where is Page 15’s program located?
The Page 15 classroom is located at the Downtown rec Center, behind the pottery studio.
How long can my child stay at Page 15?
We welcome all students from 3:30 until 5:00 on Tuesday and Thursday, and from 2:30 until 4:30 on Wednesday.
Does Page 15 offer extended hours?
We do not offer an extended day. Our classroom will close promptly.
Does Page 15 provide transportation?
Students will be chaperoned back and fort from A.C.E
What type of help does Page 15 provide?
Our primary goal at Page 15 is to support our students’ language arts education and exploration.
“Page 15 is successful because they nurture the seed of innate creativity in each child and make each kid feel like someone cares about them.” –
Lisa Early, Director.
Families, Parks and Recreation Department. City of Orlando
Our heart is in Parramore
Every year, Page 15 gives more than 100 literacy scholarships to children living in the low-income neighborhood of Parramore, a historically significant African American community located in the heart of downtown Orlando. Since 2008, we have been committed to helping Parramore children discover the valuable skills they need to transition out of poverty, and onto the path of opportunity