Alexander Academy is the only test prep group in Atlanta whose teachers all have perfect or near perfect scores. Our teachers include PhDs and Graduates from some of the best schools in the country and all have over three years of teaching experience with the SAT and ACT.

Matthew Schuck (Williams College)    SAT 1590   Matt is a Math Major from Williams College (‘12) and the co-founder of Alexander Academy. Matt grew up in Atlanta where he graduated from Pace Academy in 2007. At Williams, Matt majored in math, ran on the Cross Country team and student-directed the Chamber Choir.  Matt enjoys teaching and working with youth and is frequently in demand across Atlanta for Alexander Academy classes and workshops. Working with the Arthur Blank Foundation, Matt has sought to bring these classes and workshops to underprivileged students as well.

Matthew Schuck (Williams College)

SAT 1590

Matt is a Math Major from Williams College (‘12) and the co-founder of Alexander Academy. Matt grew up in Atlanta where he graduated from Pace Academy in 2007. At Williams, Matt majored in math, ran on the Cross Country team and student-directed the Chamber Choir.

Matt enjoys teaching and working with youth and is frequently in demand across Atlanta for Alexander Academy classes and workshops. Working with the Arthur Blank Foundation, Matt has sought to bring these classes and workshops to underprivileged students as well.

Emma Smith (Georgia Tech)    SAT 1550   Emma is currently a Masters student at Georgia Tech in International Affairs where she is also a member of the Stamps President's Scholars Program and is on the executive board of Georgia Tech Mock Trial. Emma intends to pursue a law degree after she finishes her Masters.  Emma fell in love with teaching at an early age when she worked with a special needs pre-school class at her elementary school. Since then, Emma has seized every opportunity to teach that came her way. Emma has tutored Spanish, Calculus, Physics, and History. Her favorite thing about teaching the SAT and ACT is that she gets to help students achieve their potential. Emma is the Head SAT Instructor at Alexander Academy.

Emma Smith (Georgia Tech)

SAT 1550

Emma is currently a Masters student at Georgia Tech in International Affairs where she is also a member of the Stamps President's Scholars Program and is on the executive board of Georgia Tech Mock Trial. Emma intends to pursue a law degree after she finishes her Masters.

Emma fell in love with teaching at an early age when she worked with a special needs pre-school class at her elementary school. Since then, Emma has seized every opportunity to teach that came her way. Emma has tutored Spanish, Calculus, Physics, and History. Her favorite thing about teaching the SAT and ACT is that she gets to help students achieve their potential. Emma is the Head SAT Instructor at Alexander Academy.

Kevin Lawkins (Williams College)    SAT 1600 / ACT 36   Kevin is a Philosophy Major from Williams College (‘11) and the Co-Founder of Alexander Academy. Kevin taught frequently at Williams as a Teaching Assistant and Peer-Editor, where he also rowed on the Crew team and played upright bass in the Williams Jazz Ensemble. He enjoys teaching and working with youth and has worked as a test-prep consultant at numerous high schools.  Kevin scored perfect on the SAT in high school and has been tutoring friends and family ever since. He is the primary author of Alexander Academy's "Guide to the ACT" Workbook and is currently completing his Degree in Constitutional Law at Emory University.

Kevin Lawkins (Williams College)

SAT 1600 / ACT 36

Kevin is a Philosophy Major from Williams College (‘11) and the Co-Founder of Alexander Academy. Kevin taught frequently at Williams as a Teaching Assistant and Peer-Editor, where he also rowed on the Crew team and played upright bass in the Williams Jazz Ensemble. He enjoys teaching and working with youth and has worked as a test-prep consultant at numerous high schools.

Kevin scored perfect on the SAT in high school and has been tutoring friends and family ever since. He is the primary author of Alexander Academy's "Guide to the ACT" Workbook and is currently completing his Degree in Constitutional Law at Emory University.

Aradhya Rajanala (Georgia Tech)    SAT 1580   Aradhya is a 4th year Physics Major at Georgia Tech. Originally from New Jersey, Aradhya is an avid musician, playing both violin and guitar. He also enjoys reading and learning more about various subjects, including math and computer science.  Aradhya has been teaching SAT and ACT for more than three years and is the director of Alexander Academy’s yearly  Math for College Workshop  at Georgia Tech. He has also taught various high school subjects including chemistry, physics, and calculus. Aradhya finds teaching like a puzzle, finding new perspectives to better explain concepts. He enjoys seeing students quickly improve after they learn a new way to solve a problem.

Aradhya Rajanala (Georgia Tech)

SAT 1580

Aradhya is a 4th year Physics Major at Georgia Tech. Originally from New Jersey, Aradhya is an avid musician, playing both violin and guitar. He also enjoys reading and learning more about various subjects, including math and computer science.

Aradhya has been teaching SAT and ACT for more than three years and is the director of Alexander Academy’s yearly Math for College Workshop at Georgia Tech. He has also taught various high school subjects including chemistry, physics, and calculus. Aradhya finds teaching like a puzzle, finding new perspectives to better explain concepts. He enjoys seeing students quickly improve after they learn a new way to solve a problem.

Jessie Sui (Georgia Tech)    ACT 36   Jessie is a Computer Science major at Georgia Tech, where she is developing prototypes for post-stroke recovery in the Grand Challenges program. She grew up in Duluth and has been passionate about teaching since high school, when she volunteered to work with middle schoolers, tutoring math and science. Jessie’s focus at Alexander Academy is the ACT, where she helped students on all facets of the test.  In her free time she likes to write, paint, and create animations. Jessie is a visual learner herself and loves to supplement her teaching with drawings and visual representations.

Jessie Sui (Georgia Tech)

ACT 36

Jessie is a Computer Science major at Georgia Tech, where she is developing prototypes for post-stroke recovery in the Grand Challenges program. She grew up in Duluth and has been passionate about teaching since high school, when she volunteered to work with middle schoolers, tutoring math and science. Jessie’s focus at Alexander Academy is the ACT, where she helped students on all facets of the test.

In her free time she likes to write, paint, and create animations. Jessie is a visual learner herself and loves to supplement her teaching with drawings and visual representations.


John Eng (Georgia Tech)    SAT 1530   John Eng is a 5th year biomedical engineering major at Georgia Tech, soon to graduate. John is a member of Georgia tech soccer and co-captain of the mock trial teams. He is also a certified EMT, loves science, and (as can be seen from the picture below) potato chips!  John has been tutoring for several years now in many different capacities, including SAT, ACT and academic tutoring. John also works with younger students, teaching STEM through an outreach program called Georgia Tech Healthreach. He enjoys find new approaches to teaching his students and feels that making eduction fun is a key to getting results. He plans on pursuing a career as a surgeon.

John Eng (Georgia Tech)

SAT 1530

John Eng is a 5th year biomedical engineering major at Georgia Tech, soon to graduate. John is a member of Georgia tech soccer and co-captain of the mock trial teams. He is also a certified EMT, loves science, and (as can be seen from the picture below) potato chips!

John has been tutoring for several years now in many different capacities, including SAT, ACT and academic tutoring. John also works with younger students, teaching STEM through an outreach program called Georgia Tech Healthreach. He enjoys find new approaches to teaching his students and feels that making eduction fun is a key to getting results. He plans on pursuing a career as a surgeon.

 
Josh Hammonds (Georgia Tech)    ACT 35   Josh is a 4th year Mechanical Engineering student at Georgia Tech and a member of the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps. After graduating, Josh hopes to receive a commission as an officer and to work as a developmental engineer in the Air Force. Josh has extensive experience tutoring, having worked with high schoolers of all ages on math and science, as well as the SAT.  Joshua enjoys being a mentor to his students and cadets alike, helping them to pursue excellence. He is also passionate about cooking and soccer!

Josh Hammonds (Georgia Tech)

ACT 35

Josh is a 4th year Mechanical Engineering student at Georgia Tech and a member of the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps. After graduating, Josh hopes to receive a commission as an officer and to work as a developmental engineer in the Air Force. Josh has extensive experience tutoring, having worked with high schoolers of all ages on math and science, as well as the SAT.

Joshua enjoys being a mentor to his students and cadets alike, helping them to pursue excellence. He is also passionate about cooking and soccer!

Anya Pandita (Georgia Tech)    SAT 1520   Anya is an Industrial and Systems Engineer who is completing her Pre-Med track at Georgia Tech. She is a member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, Student Government Association, the GT Club Women’s Lacrosse Team, and is looking forward to increasing her involvement with volunteer organizations on campus. In her free time, she enjoys traveling and working out with friends.  Anya has been tutoring since high school as a private tutor for Math, Honors, AP Chemistry and the SAT. She enjoys helping students learn to apply their knowledge and skills to the various problems they are assigned to solve, and she cherishes the opportunity to help students reach their full academic potential.

Anya Pandita (Georgia Tech)

SAT 1520

Anya is an Industrial and Systems Engineer who is completing her Pre-Med track at Georgia Tech. She is a member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, Student Government Association, the GT Club Women’s Lacrosse Team, and is looking forward to increasing her involvement with volunteer organizations on campus. In her free time, she enjoys traveling and working out with friends.

Anya has been tutoring since high school as a private tutor for Math, Honors, AP Chemistry and the SAT. She enjoys helping students learn to apply their knowledge and skills to the various problems they are assigned to solve, and she cherishes the opportunity to help students reach their full academic potential.

Jonathan McKown (Georgia Tech)    ACT 35   Jonathan is currently a 4th year at Georgia Tech, studying Aerospace Engineering, and is passionate about making space travel possible for the common person. Outside of class, he enjoys traveling and practicing his photography skills along the way.  Jonathan is the Head ACT Instructor at Alexander Academy, and has worked with countless students on the exam. He also works with student on various academic subjects, such as Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, and Latin. He enjoys helping students achieve their full potential in the classroom and on their tests. Nothing reinforces his love for teaching more than seeing a student smile knowing they performed their best.

Jonathan McKown (Georgia Tech)

ACT 35

Jonathan is currently a 4th year at Georgia Tech, studying Aerospace Engineering, and is passionate about making space travel possible for the common person. Outside of class, he enjoys traveling and practicing his photography skills along the way.

Jonathan is the Head ACT Instructor at Alexander Academy, and has worked with countless students on the exam. He also works with student on various academic subjects, such as Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, and Latin. He enjoys helping students achieve their full potential in the classroom and on their tests. Nothing reinforces his love for teaching more than seeing a student smile knowing they performed their best.

Jackson Williams (Georgia Tech)    ACT 34   Jackson Williams is a Computer Science Major at Georgia Tech. He is actively involved in Freshman Council, a Freshman Leadership Organization designed to aid the transition into college and boost campus positivity.  Jackson has been tutoring since high school and loves working one-on-one with students for the joy once a student finally grasps a new concept. In his free time, Jackson enjoys exploring Atlanta on his bicycle and writing short stories.

Jackson Williams (Georgia Tech)

ACT 34

Jackson Williams is a Computer Science Major at Georgia Tech. He is actively involved in Freshman Council, a Freshman Leadership Organization designed to aid the transition into college and boost campus positivity.

Jackson has been tutoring since high school and loves working one-on-one with students for the joy once a student finally grasps a new concept. In his free time, Jackson enjoys exploring Atlanta on his bicycle and writing short stories.

Sid Rao (Georgia Tech)    SAT 1550   Sid is a 4th year Aerospace Engineering major at Georgia Tech, and an undergraduate researcher in the Aerospace Systems Design Lab on campus. He is also a member of the Atlanta Region Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps, hoping to become a Naval Aviator.  Sid has tutored students in Math and Reading as a private tutor since high school and is passionate about seeing students achieve their potential.

Sid Rao (Georgia Tech)

SAT 1550

Sid is a 4th year Aerospace Engineering major at Georgia Tech, and an undergraduate researcher in the Aerospace Systems Design Lab on campus. He is also a member of the Atlanta Region Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps, hoping to become a Naval Aviator.

Sid has tutored students in Math and Reading as a private tutor since high school and is passionate about seeing students achieve their potential.


Marcus Wilder (Georgia Tech)    ACT 33   Marcus is a fourth year Computer Science major at Georgia Tech, originally from Rome, Georgia. In his free time, he enjoys going to the gym, playing video games, and going to hard rock and metal concerts.  Marcus has prior experience as a teaching assistant for an introductory computer science class, and is currently a 1-on-1 academic tutor for various beginner and intermediate computer science courses at Georgia Tech. Alongside the teaching skill that he has cultivated over the past two years, Marcus has an unparalleled drive to help those around him succeed, whatever the task may be.

Marcus Wilder (Georgia Tech)

ACT 33

Marcus is a fourth year Computer Science major at Georgia Tech, originally from Rome, Georgia. In his free time, he enjoys going to the gym, playing video games, and going to hard rock and metal concerts.

Marcus has prior experience as a teaching assistant for an introductory computer science class, and is currently a 1-on-1 academic tutor for various beginner and intermediate computer science courses at Georgia Tech. Alongside the teaching skill that he has cultivated over the past two years, Marcus has an unparalleled drive to help those around him succeed, whatever the task may be.