Award-Winning HSPT Tutors in Washington, DC
Brett "...I double majored in Classics and Classical Civilizations, focusing on linguistics, grammar, ancient philosophy and ancient government. While at Colby, I tutored Latin and Ancient Greek, and I occasionally tutored students learning Roman and Greek History. While I tutor a broad range of subjects, I am most passionate about Latin, European History, and anything to do with grammar! My teaching style is fluid; I like to incorporate other disciplines so that I can help my students develop their weaknesses by playing to their strengths..."
Celine "...I have also gained experience working with students as a middle school teacher and as a mentor in an elementary school reading program. After teaching at the Washington Middle School for Girls in DC, I earned an Ed.M in Education Policy and Management at The Harvard Graduate School of Education and currently work as a project manager in education assessment. While I am no longer in a classroom during the day, I still enjoy helping students reach their maximum academic potential..."
Evan "...After graduation, I moved to Barcelona, Spain to complete my Master in International Relations. Over the past year, I have come back to the US to work at the University of Richmond as well as Virginia Commonwealth University as an Adjunct Professor of English as a Second Language. In my spare time I love to workout at the local Gold's gym, cook for my friends, explore the city, and travel..."
University of Richmond - BA, International Relations
Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals - Master, International Relations
Paul "...I am comfortable tutoring in many subjects, including French, Math, English and standardized testing such as the ACT, SAT, ISEE and LSAT. I have significant experience as both a one-on-one high school tutor during college and teaching high school students after college. I find that I am always able to make the material simple and relatable for the student that I am tutoring - it is a question of presenting the material in a manner that is easy to understand..."
Charles "A battle-tested veteran of the New York private school circuit, I graduated college in 2013 and now teach German in DC. I lived in German-speaking Europe for many years, and I majored its language, culture and history. I fully understand the many competing demands on a modern student's schedule..."
Margaret "...Although I am currently on hiatus from the academic world, I'm considering pursuing a law degree in the future. In high school, I got my first exposure to tutoring by helping my peers with the oftentimes challenging content of our AP Calculus course. From there I took my experience to college, where I tutored elementary, middle, and high school students in math and English..."
Rayna "By helping adolescents to define themselves based on their own talents and a valuable self-worth instead of trying to meet someone else’s expectations, we can build students' confidence and academic success. We all have the right and responsibility to accept ourselves by defining who we are on our own terms and knowing what we stand for. This intricate balance can be achieved through increasing the availability and visibility of positive role models, advocating for participation in extracurricular activities, and educating students about goal setting and having high expectations for themselves.."
Jeren "I am a Special Education and Math Teacher from Wilmington, North Carolina. I am new to Arlington and am loving all of the new experiences that NOVA and the D.C. area are offering me. I believe in hard work and the willingness to push yourself past your limits..."
Maureen "... Additionally, I received my MBA in Management Information Systems from University of Maryland University College, where I mastered both the basic and advanced database and information systems concepts required for the computer science and engineering disciplines. I am deeply committed to the advancement of the business, math, science and technology fields and teaching. The two must go hand-in-hand to improve technology education for all..."
Rachel "...I am also a student, so I can better relate to the current teaching methods. Finally, I am brilliant and an expert test taker. I was in the top 3% of high school scholars in California, and I have continually made the deans list while taking both science and arts and humanities classes in college..."