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I am a graduate of The College at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. I received my Bachelor of Arts in Christian Studies and in Music with a focus on piano and voice. Since graduation, I have taught private piano lessons to students in my own studio, volunteered with an English Conversation Group (teaching English to international students and refugees), and informally assisted in tutoring children and friends with writing, history, and grammar.

I am most passionate about English (especially writing and editing essays), Music, and History. I have had wonderful opportunities to help students learn to love subjects they previously hated by showing them their own innate ability to understand these subjects. I believe strongly that if a student can be shown why something is the case, he or she will be more successful at, and interested in, the subject as a whole.

Helping students become "learning detectives," who get to the bottom of each topic they are learning, is one of my biggest passions. In my spare time, I love to pull out my books of Chopin or Beethoven sonatas and play the piano for hours, paint with acrylics, and read dusty old books - the older the better.

Jennifer’s Qualifications

Education & Certification

Undergraduate Degree: The College at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary - Bachelor in Arts, Music

Test Scores

SAT Composite: 1250

SAT Math: 560

SAT Verbal: 690

SAT Writing: 700


Music, Piano, Singing, Playing Guitar, painting, cooking, photography, reading

Tutoring Subjects



Audition Prep

Elementary School Reading

Elementary School Writing


Essay Editing

European History

High School English

High School Level American History

High School World History

High School Writing

Middle School Reading

Middle School Reading Comprehension

Middle School Writing


Music Theory


Social studies

Spelling Bee

World History