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A photo of Michelle who is one of our Latin tutors in Seattle, WA
"I grew up in Texas, went to college in Nebraska, and have found a home in Seattle. I received my B.S. in Architectural Engineering with an emphasis in Electrical/Lighting at the University of Nebraska. While in school, I worked as a teaching assistant in Electrical Engineering while also informally mentoring and tutoring other students in my dorm..."

My Education

  • University of Nebraska at Lincoln - BS, Architectural Engineering

Tutoring Subjects:

Latin, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Grammar and Mechanics and 16 other subjects.
A photo of Brandon who is one of our Latin tutors in Seattle, WA
"I have always enjoyed learning and am currently enrolled in graduate courses at the University of Arizona while pursuing a Graduate degree, with the eventual goal of earning a PhD. In the past few years I have had the pleasure of teaching within both the public as well as the private school systems and have enjoyed every minute of it. Being able to see a student's face when they figure out the subject that they are being taught is one of the greatest experiences available to a teacher..."

My Education

  • The University of Arizona - BA, Classics

Tutoring Subjects:

Latin, History, Literature, Essay Editing and 3 other subjects.
A photo of Adina who is one of our Latin tutors in Seattle, WA
"My students tell me that I can explain complicated topics simply and concisely. I am an experienced and dynamic teacher and tutor of History, Foreign Languages (Hebrew, German, Latin), the Verbal SAT, and more! I am experienced at tutoring Writing, from high-school and college essays to doctoral dissertations--and everything in between. I have a Ph.D. in European History from Harvard University and a B.A..."

My Education

  • Princeton University - B.A. , History
  • Harvard University - Ph.D., History

Tutoring Subjects:

Latin, Government, PSAT, Advanced Placement and 16 other subjects.
A photo of Kristopher who is one of our Latin tutors in Seattle, WA
"I am a recent graduate of Georgia State University with a dual degree in Classics and Art History with plans to pursue my PhD in Art History in the future. While working on my degree I had the opportunity to tutor many students across a variety of age ranges in Latin and standardized test prep. I am always excited to tutor students and I believe that there is always a way to improve yourself as long as someone is willing to help."

My Education

  • Georgia State University - BIS/BA, Classics/Art History

Tutoring Subjects:

Latin, Reading, College Essays, SAT Verbal and 9 other subjects.
A photo of Luis who is one of our Latin tutors in Seattle, WA
"Hello. I am a recent graduate, holding two baccalaureate degrees. I received a Bachelors of Arts from the University of Florida in Classical Studies, and a Bachelors of Arts from Florida International University in English. Although my first degree is in the field of ancient Greek and Roman societies, I returned to school for my true passion which is English and all that is involved in it..."

My Education

  • University of Florida - BA, Classical Studies
  • Florida International University - BA, English

Tutoring Subjects:

Latin, Reading, Essay Editing, Literature and 5 other subjects.
A photo of Hannah who is one of our Latin tutors in Seattle, WA
"I am a 2012 graduate of Baylor University and hold Bachelor of Arts degrees in both Classics and Psychology. I am currently applying to graduate programs in Clinical Psychology and plan to return to school next fall. I tutored fellow Baylor students in Latin and Writing and love studying and teaching both of these subjects..."

My Education

  • Baylor University - BA, Classics

Tutoring Subjects:

Latin, College Essays, Latin 2, Psychology and 7 other subjects.
A photo of Teresa who is one of our Latin tutors in Seattle, WA
"...With both degrees I graduated Summa Cum Laude. I have several years teaching and tutoring experience both at the University and on a private level. I truly enjoy meeting other people and working with others..."

My Education

  • University of Georgia - BA, History and Latin
  • University of Georgia - MA, Latin

Tutoring Subjects:

Latin, Reading, Math, History and 4 other subjects.
A photo of Amy who is one of our Latin tutors in Seattle, WA
"My name is Amy Conwell, and I am a first-year graduate student at the University of Pennsylvania. I received my undergraduate degree in Writing Seminars and Classics from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD. When not busy with academics, I love to fence, create henna art, tie-dye, practice yoga, spend time with my younger siblings, camp on the beach, eat chocolate covered anything, read, and travel..."

My Education

  • Johns Hopkins University - BA, Writing Seminars & Classics
  • University of Pennsylvania - • Advanced Certificate in Post-Baccalaureate Classical Studies, Classics

Tutoring Subjects:

Latin, Writing, College Essays, Literature and 9 other subjects.
A photo of Mallory who is one of our Latin tutors in Seattle, WA
"I am a recent graduate of Yale University currently living in New York as a freelance writer and actor. During my time at Yale, I studied Classics and Humanities, served on the Executive Board of the Yale Dramatic Association, and travelled throughout Italy and Greece on a research fellowship. As a tutor, I am committed to helping my students reach their full academic potential. When it comes to test prep, I work carefully with my students to design a personalized program of study that takes advantage of their strengths and addresses their weaknesses, so that on test day they’ll earn their highest possible score. Outside of the SAT/ACT, my areas of strength are in reading, writing, language (Latin), and history..."

My Education

  • Yale University - BA, Classics/Humanities

Tutoring Subjects:

Latin, ACT, Reading, ACT English and 13 other subjects.
A photo of Anne  who is one of our Latin tutors in Seattle, WA
"Hi! I'm Anne, and I'm currently a graduate student studying Renaissance literature. I'm drawn to that period because it was the start of English literature as we know it--the printing press was just beginning to take off, commercial theaters were opening for the first time, and suddenly there was a huge demand for fiction. Authors hadn't written on this scale before, and so they were incredibly inventive (and more than a little strange)--they could mix fantasy, romance, serious religious allegory, political satire, and crude humor, for example, into one very entertaining book..."

My Education

  • Harvard University - BA, English
  • University of Chicago - MA, Humanities

Tutoring Subjects:

Latin, ACT Math, ACT Writing, ACT English and 8 other subjects.
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