About Us


We are a tutoring business specializing in writing-based skills serving students all across North Carolina. Our mission is to not only help educate these students in the art of writing, but also to inspire a passion for it. We also aim to give back to the community by donating profits to local organizations.

Introduction

Our writing enrichment program has helped children across the Triangle achieve success. We strive to instill in children the desire to write and the motivation to hone the craft on their own. Whether your child is seeking enrichment, needs help catching up, or is just beginning his or her academic career, TWS is designed to help all students improve their writing skills.

Students learn at their own pace. We emphasize individualized learning to allow students to see the beauty of the words they can write. Students become skillful writers and effective communicators. We monitor and reward each child’s progress to ensure comprehension before moving on to a new concept. With a strong writing foundation, any student can achieve whatever he or she desires.

How We Began

TWS was founded by Srinithi Srinivas and Sonia Birla after teaching week-long online writing camps during the COVID-19 pandemic. These workshops were designed to supplement the learning children were receiving from their teachers. Srinithi and Sonia received incredible support from the community after their classes. Many students were excited to write and wanted to work with them again. That is when Srinithi proposed the Triangle Writers’ Studio– a way for successful high-school students to share their love of writing with the younger generations.

Who We Are

TWS is comprised of a group of high school students from across the Triangle. Each of our teachers indicted their interest and skill in writing and teaching before they were invited to teach in the studio. TWS teachers provide students with guidance in their writing pursuits, from creative writing to academic essays. We have built a comprehensive curriculum that develops the necessary skills to help children progress from basic grammar to prose.

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