Mr. Floyd has worked as an Admissions Counselor at Sarah Lawrence College and as an independent college counselor.
Ms. Rabidue has worked as a tutor for ten years and is a certified online instructor. She has also worked as an ETS-certified rater for SAT tests.
Mr. Rochelle has been teaching for fifteen years with experience as a college math professor, a high school and middle school teacher and as an SAT and math tutor.
Mr. Littler currently teaches anatomy/physiology, microbiology and chemistry at Rhodes State University and is certified by the state of Ohio to teach general science, biology, chemistry physics and earth science.
Prof. Elmor’s goal is “to inspire a love of the Arabic language in my students; to nurture an appreciation of Arabic culture through language, poetry and content curated to each student’s learning ability”.
Ms. Rinaldi’s experience includes working with a wide array of students from elementary school to adult education in nine different countries across 5 continents, including special needs students.
Tsivia Morrison holds a B.Sc. from University College in London and a Post-Graduate Certificate of Education from Middlesex University.
Ms. Triano taught for eight years at the University of Phoenix Online and has experience in developing and editing curriculum.
Ms. Linton has 17 years’ experience teaching a wide array of pupils from autistic pre-K children to adults.
Ms. Prensner likes to break down texts with her literature students, building up analytical skills that serve them well in other classes as well.
Ms. Odell has extensive experience teaching biology along with earth science, and worked for ten years as a math tutor. She is also a strong believer in innovative teaching methods making extensive use of smart boards and tablet computers.
Danny Didomenico is a veteran online instructor who holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and music from Bennington College. Danny has been working with students for over 10 years, both in the classroom and online.