I don't know if this applies to anyone, but I just registered my son for LA2 at Wilson Hill after doing some research. I have a former student presently in LA2 and have been emailing one of the instructors.
WHA has totally revamped their grammar and logic level language arts curriculum this year (2017-18). I am very excited to learn that they are using a Charlotte Mason approach at the early levels. "We want to produce a sense of wonderment over story and language while building skills."
Here is an explanation of LA2:
Each week the students have copywork and vocabulary from the piece of literature they are reading. There is a short dictation at the beginning of each live session. The copywork and dictation is recorded in a commonplace journal. Passages and sentences are chosen from the literature being read that either have a good punctuation lesson, vocabulary words, or a deeper thought that can be discussed. They parse and diagram with a Q&A flow like most grammar curriculums. They cover all 4 sentence purposes, all 4 sentence structures, and all 7 sentence patterns, plus much more. It is not a beginner course.
The writing has a much slower pace with a focus on great sentence structure and paragraph formation. They do creative writing through setting and character descriptions and a dialogue amplification. Second semester, they learn to write a thesis-driven paragraph using textual evidence from their reading and commentating on it. They build towards writing a strong 5-paragraph persuasive essay. A great deal of teacher feedback is given to help each writer develop and progress at his/her own pace.
My son has been doing Writing & Rhetoric with Schole Academy and will continue with it next year adding LA2. He and I both LOVE the W&R curriculum but I wanted to add a literature class to motivate my son to read more. I thought a live class would be best. It's a bonus that LA2 also has grammar, copywork & dictation built in.