Nathan W. (Student, 2020):
Here are some of my favorite times in writing class.
My absolute favorite time of the year was the part where I got to write my short stories. I love that there is no theme whatsoever, and you can use your imagination. My history of interests all come from one source: My love of mythology. I like to write stories, whether or not the have a word minimum of maximum. I like free writing because there is (usually) no limits, and we can use our creativity, or express our feelings, just by writing a few sentences. I liked the part when Coach A. told us we could write about whatever we want. Therefore, I mixed mythology and ancient nonfiction to create my story. I took some of the names from my favorite video game, but the story is made up.
Coach A. taught me a lot of things, but my favorite was the poem section. We learned about epic poems, such as the Iliad, and the Odyssey, and sonnets, like the works of Shakespeare. Again, I have to mention the short stories. I loved writing mine! (The second on is not finished, Though)
Anyway, those were my favorite times of the year. I hope I will do them again!
Chun C (Parent, 2020):
Please help thank the Coach K for us, Caroline likes her very much. It’s a pity that the school time and training schedule conflicts with speech & debate class in the fall. I will continue to pay attention to the future class schedule. And if the conflict gets resolved we will for sure sign up.
L Ping (Parent, 2020):
Annie loves the speech and debate comprehensive class so much, both Coach K and Coach S were great coaches! Out of all her extra curriculum classes, she always want to sign up yours first.
Jean (Parent, 2019):
My older son Justin also enjoyed Python class, too bad he does not have more time to take the others as he is busy with school. I hope he can come back and take the higher level classes with DTE!
Connie (Parent, 2018):
As a parent, I appreciated the time and personal attention that the teachers spent on my son. It was a great experience. He started coding scratch coding classes with DTE. Later on took the Python I and II. Thanks again.