Leaving your kids with strangers is a terrible thing to do. That's why we believe you should get to know us before getting started. And here's your chance to do just that. Take a look at our bios and see why we're qualified, fun people.
Tim$65 monthly upfront / $70 pay as you go
Math (All levels)
I started GameFace Tutoring in 2007 with 23 students after teaching at Sun Valley High School.
Graduated with a 3.87 GPA from West Chester with a degree in secondary education in math.
Scored in the top 15% on the Praxis Test (teaching entrance exam).
After graduating from PSU in 2001 I played in a band full-time until 2005. We played everywhere from Killington, VT to Key West, FL, and played festivals with bands like Jimmy Eat World, Reel Big Fish, Violent Femmes, and Wilco. I have a collage at GameFace Tutoring to prove it.
In December, 2009, I rejoined the music world by co-lead-singing with The Fuzzy Bunny Slippers. That lasted until August, 2010, when I realized that I can't get home at 5 a.m. and still run a business the next day.
My youngest of 2 children was born on my birthday.
Anne$60 monthly upfront / $65 pay as you go
Chemistry, Study Skills, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Calculus (Non AP), Geometry, Middle School Math, Pre-calc, Elementary School Math
I have a Master's degree in Inorganic Chemistry from UPenn.
I have more than 5 years of teaching experience - for the last two years I was a high school teacher, and before that I taught college students as an adjunct instructor, a TA, and a tutor.
I particularly like working with students in a one-on-one setting.
I am left-handed, which is even less common in women than it is men (I also have two left-handed sisters).
My favorite TV comedy is Parks & Rec.
I am also a yoga instructor. I like doing one-legged balance poses, and I can do a headstand for two minutes!
Adam$55 monthly upfront / $65 pay as you go
Physics, Algebra 1, Middle School Math, Elementary School Math
I will be graduating from Western Governors University in May of 2020 with a Bachelor's degree in Physics/Education.
Before attending WGU I attended Rowan University for two years as a Civil Engineering student, and through this experience was able to see more real world applications of physics principles.
Between my freshman and sophomore years at Rowan I was an intern at a mechanical engineering firm that specialized in pvc piping and needed me to update their older 3D drawings and render new models. I was also able to view the plant that produced the pipes and witness how the entire process came together and formed the pipes that run water to our homes.
I enjoy playing/watching soccer. My favorite position is goaltender and my favorite team is Tottenham Hotspur.
My biggest passion outside of physics is playing video games for fun and competition. I was a tournament player for League of Legends for a few years and then became a college coach for the University of San Antonio team for a short time. I also enjoy playing World of Warcraft, Oblivion, and FIFA games.
I spent a year of my life in San Antonio Texas after my time at Rowan and enjoyed a completely new cultural and gastronomical experience that I want to return to some day.
Alisa$55 monthly upfront / $65 pay as you go
English, Study Skills, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, College Essay Help, Geometry, Middle School Math, Writing, Elementary School Math, Reading, Language Arts
I have my masters degree from Cabrini University in Education.
I am currently an ESL teacher in South Philly.
I have been a private tutor for over 15 years.
I have a Labrador named Feeny. (He is named after Mr. Feeny from Boy Meets World).
I love to craft and create things. My children and I love to make gifts for family and friends.
I did my student teaching in New Zealand. It was an amazing 3 months and I'm working on taking my family to visit the country.
Hannah$55 monthly upfront / $65 pay as you go
English, Writing, Reading, Language Arts
I graduated from Penn State in May of 2019 with a degree in English.
I tutored prospective and incoming high schoolers for English for more than 2+ years at Penn State.
I have studied all of the theories out there for Shakespeare, and have memorized most, if not all, of his work (quiz me!).
My original major in college was musical theatre, which then turned into playwriting.
I know how to play piano, violin, flute, and am teaching myself how to play the glass harp (my grandmother forced me on the normal harp). I do not have perfect pitch but rather I have relevant perfect pitch.
I have come in second place for spelling bees locally, but have never made it beyond.