I live on the east side of Clayton and am available to tutor within a three mile radius (such as at a local library or the Washington University campus). My focus is on high-school-level mathematics and above, though I also am able to tutor in computer science as well as in basic physics and chemistry. I have a great deal of experience working with students (please see the about page), and I was an accomplished student myself in high school and college.

I charge $45 an hour, with the first session free, and discounted to $40 an hour if the student and I meet close by.

I am available as a tutor for virtually any mathematics course at the level of Algebra II or above, as well as Java programming, any algorithms course, AP Chemistry, and any standard high-school-level course in physics or chemistry, per the chart below. I may also be able to provide tutoring for other courses, on a case-by-case basis. Detailed information about the coursework I have myself completed, which includes my math major and six computer science courses at Washington University, as well as physics and chemistry at the introductory college level, is available upon request, and a list of awards I have received may be accessed here. Please feel free to contact me with any questions!

Mathematics | Computer Science | Physics | Chemistry |
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Algebra I | Java Programming | High School Physics | High School Chemistry |

Algebra II | AP Computer Science A | AP Chemistry | |

Precalculus | Intro to Algorithms | ||

AP Calculus AB | |||

AP Calculus BC | |||

Honors Calculus | |||

Calculus III | |||

Advanced Calc/Analysis | |||

Finite/Discrete Math | |||

Linear Algebra | |||

Topology | |||

Abstract Algebra |

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