Tutoring

My beginnings as a high school tutor started close to home as I guided (and continue to guide) my teens toward their academic goals. Some of those goals included Advance Placement classes, which required a crash course in the mysteries of the College Board.

What the heck is Human Geography anyway?

Luckily, I had the tools to help. I was awarded a National Merit Scholarship to attend Bowling Green State University, where I earned my bachelor’s degree in both history and literature. The Ohio State University was my next stop, with a master’s degree in history as my prize. And along the way, as a multi-published author, I’ve learned a thing or two about writing.

“She scored a 5! Thank you for your patience, understanding, and energy with my go-with-the-flow, whatever-will-be daughter!”

Regina S. – AP World history

However, an education doesn’t guarantee a strong tutor. Experience has helped me develop a sincere, caring style encourages students to confidently tackle challenging subjects. I encourage broad-scope understanding by breaking down overarching themes until the big picture comes into focus. I don’t leave students with a fuzzy generalities, and I don’t dwell on rote memorization. Sometimes the best path toward memorization is through quirky facts, interesting individuals, and stories that have staying power.

Let me be the one to guide your student toward their academic ambitions and help them achieve satisfying results. Click here for subjects and rates.

“I just wanted to say thank you. I don’t think I would’ve got a 5 from self-studying because our sessions definitely did make an impact on how I tested.”

Suhani C. – Ap human geography