I am a post graduate student in the legal field with a passion for education and education policy. I have always loved teaching, particularly in the areas of literature, reading, and writing.
I graduated in the top 2% of my class (20/1100), and was accepted to every college I applied to, including my not limited to, Princeton University, Rice University, and Baylor University. Ultimately I attended undergrad at Baylor, as they made me a scholarship offer I couldn't refuse.
My Bachelor degree is in music, and I am comfortable teaching voice, beginner piano, music theory, and music history. Most importantly, I aim to connect with students on an individual level, meeting them where they are in order to give them the best chance of success.
I have an undergraduate degree in opera, have played the clarinet for a decade, and consider myself a musical theatre enthusiast. I like to read books, binge TV shows, and play videogames. I'm also fond of doing casual research about the judiciary and the American educations systems. When I'm not doing that, you can find me cooking, going on walks, or playing with my cat, Chi.
High School English
High School Writing