My name is Stephen LaBrecque and I'm currently a second year law student at Boston College. My teaching experience started in eighth grade when I taught CCD to a group of first graders. Since that time, I've had a range of experiences in education. While at the University of Notre Dame, I tutored twice a week at the Robinson Community Learning Center. I also participated in a service trip to an alternative high school in Appalachia. Upon graduating from Notre Dame, I joined the Alliance for Catholic Education, a Service Teaching Program that placed me at an under-resourced 6-12 school in Dallas, Texas.
While in Dallas, I taught everything from sixth grade religion to Public Speaking. I also taught seventh grade literature, eighth grade English, and a Freshmen Seminar course aimed at helping students adjust to the demands of high school. During my two years teaching, I built a reputation as a teacher who was always willing to help. I had students come to my tutoring hours for help in all of their subjects, from geometry to biology and Spanish.
While I ultimately decided to pursue a law degree, I really miss teaching and sharing in the successes of my students. I hope tutoring will give me the chance to help others succeed and really make a difference in people's lives.
University of Notre Dame - Bachelors, English
University of Notre Dame - Masters, Secondary Education
SAT Composite: 2050
SAT Math: 700
SAT Verbal: 720
High School English