What are your goals? Because together we will reach them! My name is Thomas Huleatt, and I can’t promise you anything, except a willingness to do whatever it takes (as long as it’s legal) to help you succeed. We will never ever settle for less!

An undergraduate at Princeton, I have interests in philosophy, politics, law, history, and economics with a long term goal to study law. I have enjoyed working with young people as a soccer coach, summer camp counselor, and academic mentor, and have experience tutoring algebra, English, German, and history, as well as SAT math and literature.Outside of class, I enjoy sports and outdoor activities like fishing, as well as academic competitions like mock trial, and science olympiad.

I look forward to getting to know and to helping each one of my students in obtaining their goals!


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: Philosophy
Other Degrees/Minors: Certificate in Finance and/or Teaching

High School:

Awards & Honors: 2017-2018 United Soccer Coaches High School Scholar All-Region team, 2016 Gold Medalist-Wind Power, NY State Science Olympiad State Tournament, 2017 Gold Medalist--Electric Vehicle, NY State Science Olympiad State Tournament, 2017, 2018 Mock Trial-Lead Counsel and Cross Examination Award, 2017 All State Soccer Player NY, 2017 Tournament MVP NY State Soccer Final Four, 2017 New York Student Ambassador - Save the Children Advocacy Summit in Washington DC, 2018 18th Annual Creative Arts and Humanities Symposium invitee Princeton University 2018 Poetry and Essay published in Riptide Literary Magazine
Interests & Activities: 2016-17 Science Olympiad, 2017-2018 Mock Trial, 2017-2018 Gospel Choir, 2014-2016 String Group-Violin, 2015-2016 Folk Band-fiddle, vocalist, 2015-2016 Woodworking Club, Lifeguarding CPR, 2014-2017 Varsity Soccer, 2016-17 Captain 2016, 2017 Varsity Basketball Kingston High School, 2015-2017 Founder, Mount Academy/CYO annual youth soccer clinic, 2017-2018 Organizing Committee-Class Retrospective Tour of Germany
SAT Scores: 780 Math, 750 Critical Reading
SAT Subject Tests: Math 750, Literature 760


Other Interests & Activities: At Princeton I am a fellow of the James Madison Program, and a member of varsity soccer. I am also involved in a refugee asylum project, and am planning to join the mock trial team next year.
Location: Princeton University

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