High School Prompts

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high school writing prompts[dropcap style=”font-size: 60px; color: #9b9b9b;”] W [/dropcap]ant to inspire your teens to write? Could you use some engaging writing prompts that won’t put your teens to sleep? You’ve come to the right place!

You’ll find prompts for opinions, descriptions, story writing, current events, prompts that are really tutorials in disguise, and much more. Complete instructions are included with each prompt.

Looking for tutorials on essay writing, proofreading, and so on? Interested in writing prompt bundles that span many grades? Click here.

Find prompts for your middle school students here.

Thanks for visiting the High School Prompts page. If you have a writing prompt you would like to submit, please contact Sharon Watson.

 

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You have to go after it with a club.”

— JACK LONDON

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