Eric has been teaching the SAT and ACT and providing college counseling since 1998. He has degrees in Communications and Music and is a financial aid expert. He contributed to the bestsellers Cracking the SAT, Crash Course for the SAT, and 11 Practice Tests for the SAT & PSAT. He once broke a toe playing laser-tag: when they say, “no running,” they mean it.
Laura has been teaching on the college and high school levels since 2003. She has a degree in Journalism, and helmed The Princeton Review’s Best 377 Colleges, Best Value Colleges, Best Professors, and The Portable Guidance Counselor. Laura hails from Alabama, but if you ask her where she lost her Southern accent, she’ll tell you: college.
After graduating from MCVSD’s High Technology High School, Adam earned a Bachelor’s degree in English at Franklin & Marshall. He has written for medical magazines and regularly edits MIT research for publication in robotics journals. Adam taught himself to play drums with couch cushions and a chest he found in the basement; the chest didn’t last long.
Sam has been teaching since 2004. He earned his Master's in Education from Rutgers and holds NJ Teaching Certificates in several disciplines including Special Education. He has experience differentiating instruction and designing classes to focus on each student’s ability. Sam believes in using diagrams, carefully showing work, and the healing power of tacos.
With a bachelor's in English and a Master's in teaching, Danielle holds NJ Teaching Certificates for English and also Students with Disabilities. She's an avid reader who loves a good story and even advises her school's literary art magazine. Her quarantine hobby was learning to sing songs in both Spanish and French and teaching herself to play guitar (poorly).