Though I grew up in Princeton and still consider it home, I currently attend school in Baltimore and absolutely love living in a city. Outside of school I enjoy running and have completed several half-marathons and marathons. I also love to explore the city at a slower pace and find the best hidden coffee shops and restaurants. On campus I am fortunate enough to work for the Tutorial Project, a volunteer organization that matches tutors with students from Baltimore public schools to provide after-school homework help and supplementary learning. I have had a fantastic experience with my fifth grade tutee, and outside of volunteer work continue to tutor many middle school students in writing, math, Latin, and science; however, the majority of my experience is with high school age students in essay Writing, history and politics, English, biology, and Latin, among others.


Education: Johns Hopkins University
Undergrad Major: Political Science

High School:

Awards & Honors: Academic Honor Roll (4 years), National Foreign Language Society Silver Award (2 years), AP Scholar's Award, Princeton Day English Award, Varsity Cross Country Captain's Award (2 years)
Interests & Activities: Varsity Cross Country Captain, Newspaper Editor, Head of Judiciary Committee, Mock Trial Attorney, Peer Tutor, Volunteer at Princeton Plainsboro Hospital
SAT Scores: 720 Math, 780 Critical Reading, 730 Writing
AP Exams: 5 Government, 5 Biology, 4 Latin, 4 English Literature, 5 History
SAT Subject Tests: 740 Biology, 720 US History, 700 Latin


Other Interests & Activities: At Johns Hopkins University I am involved in: The Tutorial Project, Writer for the Politik, and Assault Resource Unit
Location: Johns Hopkins University

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