Rebecca has an undergraduate degree in Elementary Education from Salisbury University and a graduate degree in Educational Technology from Loyola University. She has been an elementary school teacher for the past 9 years, with a primary focus in grades 3-5. Currently, she is teaching STEAM and 6th grade math (transition to pre-algebra) in a public school district in Connecticut.
Rebecca has been tutoring students in grades K-8 for over 15 years. She loves working one-on-one with students and helping them to grow and learn. She loves creating individualized instruction for her students and catering all of her sessions to meet the needs of each student. She values open and honest communication with all of her families. She strives to create a strong relationship with the families she works with to ensure success for each child.
In her free time, she loves to play tennis and is an avid reader. She loves traveling to new places and spending time with her friends and family. She loves to be outside and spends a lot of time hiking with her dog.


Colleen Slattery has a Bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education with a major in History and also has a Master’s degree in Literacy Education. She has been teaching social studies and tutoring students across all grade levels and subject areas for the past ten years.  She currently teaches at a public school in Westchester, NY.  Colleen’s passion for Literacy fuses with her passion of incorporating reading and writing strategies that help students comprehend various levels of texts, apply new vocabulary words in discussions, and enhance their educational experience. In addition, she is also the facilitator in a ‘Steps to Success’ Program for middle school students. This program helps students transition into middle school with the primary focus on homework help, reviewing for upcoming tests and projects, learning the best study strategies, and executive functioning. Colleen is a lifelong learner who is caring, patient and who strives to build trusting and productive relationships with her students and to motivate them to accomplish their goals.


Karoline has a Master’s Degree in Public Administration and a Bachelor’s Degree in Education. She has a wide range of experience with different age groups from elementary to high school. She currently works at a high school as a World Language Educator. She enjoys spending time with family and playing volleyball. She is very passionate about her work and hopes to be a big asset in the success of her students.






Erin is a highly passionate and nurturing educator with 15 years of teaching and tutoring experience. Erin possesses a dual Master of the Arts Degree in Childhood Education and Special Education from New York University and spent over 10 years as a New York City public school teacher. Throughout her career, Erin has taught 1st, 3rd and 5th grade and has served as a grade team leader. She has a passion for differentiating material according to a child’s interests, strengths and needs and  believes that the key to successful instruction is making it fun and engaging. Erin is thrilled to be a Prep Academy Tutor, which allows her to help children develop confidence in their abilities and a lifelong love of learning.




Anthony has been a mathematics educator since 2018, and has a Master’s of Science in Education, Mathematics 7-12, degree from Lehman College. He holds a Professional Certificate in Mathematics, 7-12, from the New York State Education Department (NYSED), and has taught/tutored a variety of courses ranging from pre-algebra to calculus in both New York City and Westchester County. Anthony is currently pursuing his Professional Certificate in Computer Science (All Grades), and is also considering an Advanced Certificate in Students with Disabilities, 7-12.


Jody M. has been an elementary educator for 26 years, in grades K-8, having spent 17 of those years in a self-contained 2nd grade classroom. She has taught in both urban and suburban settings, private and public schools. She and her husband live in Stratford, CT and have 3 grown children and 4 grandchildren. In her spare time, she likes to travel, bicycle, kayak and read. She looks forward to continuing to work with students!


Veronica F. is a math teacher with 18 years of experience at Rye Neck High School in Mamaroneck, NY. She holds a master’s degree in Mathematics Education from New York University and is currently pursuing a Ph.D in Curriculum and Instruction from St. John’s University. She has taught and tutored all levels of mathematics from grade 7 – AP Calculus. She specializes in both AP Calculus AB & BC, as well as ACT and SAT prep. She has helped many students build confidence by delivering instruction with diverse approaches and representations.


Ben earned his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, where he was a Jacob K. Javits Fellow and a top instructor with the university’s Writing Program. Over the past seven years, his teaching has helped students achieve their highest potential in the verbal sections of the ISEE, SSAT, SAT, ACT, GRE, and GMAT exams, as well as college essay writing. Ben’s focus on building mastery of core strategies, modeling positive feedback, and inspiring self-confidence has delivered outsized results across a broad range of ages, backgrounds, and ability levels. By adapting his approach to fit the unique needs of each student, he has helped students place in the 99th percentile of test takers and go on to study at universities including Princeton, NYU, Brown, and the University of Chicago. Outside of the classroom, Ben enjoys backpacking, playing piano, and spending time with his four nieces and nephews.





Caroline has over 10 years of early childhood and elementary teaching experience at both independent and public schools in Connecticut and New York City. She is currently based in Norwalk, CT. Caroline believes learning should be a joyful experience and she creates thoughtful, engaging, hands-on lessons for young learners! She has a master’s degree in Early Childhood and Childhood Education from Manhattanville College and is currently pursuing a Sixth Year certification program in Reading and Literacy at University of Bridgeport. She also has experience with direct, explicit instruction for teaching reading using the Orton-Gillingham approach to elementary students. Caroline loves working with young learners and is passionate about helping children develop confidence. She believes each child learns and develops in their own way and feels teaching with excitement and making learning fun is the key to success.


Alyssa is a dedicated educator who pursued her master’s degree at Manhattanville College and continues to take classes to further her expertise. With over six years of experience, she has guided students across elementary, middle and high school levels. Alyssa’s specialization in mathematics showcases her passion for the subject but her versatility extends to teaching various subjects.