High School English Worksheets (9th - 12th Grades)

Intensify writing and reading skills.

A Grade Ahead’s High School English worksheets push students’ writing and reading abilities to the next level. Students in our Enrichment at Home program learn advanced skills through:

A Grade Ahead’s High School English enrichment program pushes students’ writing and reading abilities to the next level. Students learn advanced skills through:

  • Analytical reading
  • Advanced grammar and vocabulary skills
  • Focused academic writing

High School English curriculum is broken into 4 quarters of 3 months each:

  • Comprehension
  • Grammar
  • Vocabulary
  • Writing

Don’t forget, your child can begin the curriculum at any time throughout the year. Start learning today!


You may also like Geometry or High School Math.

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Month 1
Comprehension (Foreward, preface, prologue, epilogue, main idea, drama)
Literary Devices -1
Month 2
Comprehension (Locating and understanding important details) Literary Devices - 2
Month 3
Comprehension (Generalizations, inferences, direct and implied meanings, making comparisons) Literary Devices - 3
Writing (Introductory and transitional words and phrases)
Month 4
Grammar (POS, agreement, parallelism)
Month 5
Grammar (Punctuation, modifiers, split infinitives, sentence structures, comparatives and superlatives)
Month 6
Grammar (Mixed construction, active and passive voice, grammatical errors, editing)
Month 7
Vocabulary (Etymology, POS strategies, context clues)
Month 8
Vocabulary (Improving your own writing, defining words, triggers and transitions, idioms)
Month 9
Vocabulary (Idioms, commonly misused words and phrases, advanced vocabulary and jargon)
Month 10
Writing (Essays, purpose, audience, tone, voice, looking closer at the prompt, analysis, counterargument and rebuttal)
Month 11
Writing (Prewriting, introductory paragraph, thesis statement, topic sentences, transitions, details and supporting evidence, expository writing)
Month 12
Writing (Narratives, persuasive essays, revising and editing)