We are your essential ally throughout the college admissions process.
We help students in every phase of their education. That is why we provide everything from SAT/ACT test preparation, to college application and essay coaching, to academic tutoring, to admissions prep meetings and college night seminars. With college admissions more competitive than ever, students need to excel in each of these realms to optimize their applications.
We work with clients on their terms: when they want to meet, how often they want to meet, and where they want to meet. In select areas in the Greater Philadelphia and San Diego areas, our tutors can come to the comfort of your own home, or meet at a local bookstore or coffee shop. But we can work with a student anywhere in the world; through FaceTime and Skype, we have worked with students nationwide and internationally – to date, in 35 states and 20 countries on SAT/ACT test preparation and college application and essay coaching.
We build close, personal relationship with students and their families. By working with students throughout so many phases of their high school journeys, we understand their passions, character, and interests, and how to best support them to achieve their goals and dreams.
We foster strong community relationships, too. We offer educational support and enrichment services to private clients, groups, community organizations, and schools at an excellent value.
We empower students, preparing them for future success. It is not just about getting students the correct answer on one test or meeting the deadline for an application. We instill confidence in students, equipping them with the critical thinking, analytical, organizational, and self-reflection skills needed to achieve success in all future endeavors.
Giving parents and students a roadmap to success.
Before families ever spend a penny on any Ivy Experience services, we want to make sure that parents and students have a roadmap to approaching various facets of the college prep process.
For families with 8th-10th grade students, we put on complimentary College Nights. Organize a group of parents for a live online seminar so everyone can attend from the comfort of their own homes, or invite other parents to your home, and we will provide a comprehensive overview of how to navigate high school and the college application process.
Before starting any SAT/ACT test prep tutoring, we send students SAT/ACT diagnostic tests, which we grade and evaluate for FREE, ensuring that every student picks the best test for them before starting any prep work.
During junior year and the following summer, we start meeting with students and parents to brainstorm ideas for college essays and discuss packaging strategies for applications. The initial consultation is free.
Emphasizing the importance of giving back since 2010.
Over the years, Ivy Experience has forged numerous partnerships to promote equity and access in the college admissions process - from providing SAT/ACT prep to underserved students, to providing invaluable information through presentations at high schools and community organizations.Learn More
Ivy Experience is proud to have a team of outstanding educators who build strong relationships with students and families - and get results!
- Eric Karlan Co-Founder & Application/Essay Coach
Eric is one of the co-founders of Ivy Experience. He graduated Cum Laude from the University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelors in Journalism, History, and Culture; he was one of only two students in the Class of 2009 to design his own curriculum for an Individualized major. Since graduation, Eric has consulted thousands of high school and graduate school students on their college and graduate school application essays and resumes across the country and around the world.
Eric is an active writer and has been published in the Philadelphia Daily News, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Pennsylvania Magazine, and The New York Daily News. He enjoys playing tennis, traveling, and rooting for Philadelphia sports teams from his home in San Diego.
- Karan Shah Co-Founder & Application/Essay Coach
Karan is one of the co-founders of Ivy Experience. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelors in Bioengineering and a minor in Engineering Entrepreneurship. Since graduation Karan has worked with hundreds of students on SAT, ACT, and SAT II Subject Test Prep. Karan also works with students on their college and graduate school application essays across the country and around the world.
When not working with students, Karan enjoys playing hockey, making divots on the golf course, and dealing with being a New York sports fan living in Philadelphia.
- Jim Wismer Director
Jim is the Director of Ivy Experience. A Philadelphia area native, he attended The University of Pittsburgh on an Honors Full Tuition Scholarship, graduating summa cum laude in 2013. He went on to earn his M.A. in Classics from Notre Dame, where he also taught Latin, Ancient Greek, ancient history, and mythology. Jim’s tutoring career started in 8th grade, and he brings to the team a broad range of experience in secondary and higher education. Jim believes that any student can learn anything, if that student works smart and gets the right help.
In addition to his work with Ivy Experience, Jim works as a track meet official at Great Valley High School, where he was once a student. In his free time, he enjoys hiking, playing with his Doberman, watching the Eagles, and reading.
- Cate McLaughlin Educational Consultant & Application/Essay Coach
After receiving her Bachelor’s degree from UMass Amherst in 2010, Cate graduated summa cum laude with an MFA in Creative Writing from Syracuse University. Cate has taught composition, literature, business writing, and creative writing at institutions such as Syracuse University, Colgate University, and the Wharton School of Communications.
Cate is a poet whose poems can be found in The Kenyon Review, The Common, and The Minnesota Review, among various other literary journals. She is currently at work on a full-length non-fiction manuscript.
When she has time, you can find Cate in the kitchen cooking a mean pot roast, running with her dog along the Schuylkill River trail, or traveling back to her home state of Massachusetts to spend time with her family (and the beach!) whenever she can.
- David Pauls
David graduated cum laude from The College of New Jersey in 2016 with a degree in physics. He realized during his time there that he thoroughly enjoyed tutoring his fellow TCNJ students, and hopes he can show just how fun physics and math can be.
David researched astrophysics during his time at TCNJ, and with the help of his colleagues had a paper accepted to The Astrophysical Journal. His true passion however is music, as he is always in a choir or a capella group, arranging, composing, or recording. David finds the mathematics behind music fascinating, especially relating to harmonics and tuning. He also likes to play Super Smash Brothers Melee competitively.
- Jess Lebow
Jess obtained her Master’s of Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania in May of 2017. She has an undergraduate degree in English and Studio Art from Hamilton College. At Hamilton, Jess was a writing center tutor who worked with students of a variety of ages, skill levels and interests at all different stages of their writing process across a broad selection of subject matters. She also ran a program tutoring students from the local middle and high schools in a variety of classroom subjects as well as preparing them for the regents (a New York state standardized test.) She also tutored local refugees in ESL. When Jess is not studying or tutoring, and the sun is out, you can find her running, biking or hiking, but when the weather is bad, you’ll probably find her in the kitchen!
- Elena Venable
Elena graduated magna cum laude from Brown University in 2015 with a degree in applied mathematics-biology and is currently attending San Diego State University’s Doctorate of Physical Therapy program. One of Elena’s passions has always been teaching and working with others. During undergraduate career, Elena worked as a math tutor and a teaching assistant for Introductory Biology. She also volunteered as an English as Second Language teacher and served as a peer advisor for incoming freshman. After graduating, she spent a year in Madrid as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant. Most recently, Elena worked as a middle and high school substitute teacher in Santa Cruz, CA.
In addition to teaching, Elena has experience as a research assistant in statistical genetics and tropical ecology and a data analyst in the consulting sector. Outside of the classroom, she is an avid runner and loves traveling, learning languages, and cooking.
- Greg Hall
Greg obtained a Master’s degree in philosophy from the University of Pennsylvania in 2005. As a Master’s student, he was awarded the Penn Prize for Excellence in Teaching by Graduate Students based on student nominations and Penn faculty endorsement. In 2009, Greg graduated magna cum laude from Penn Law. As an attorney, he served as a law clerk at the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, and now actively practices law as a member of the bars in both PA and NJ.
At the same time, Greg’s true passion is education. While pursuing his degrees and building a law practice, Greg has taught and tutored hundreds of students in a variety of subjects including standardized test preparation for tests such as the SAT, ACT, LSAT, and GRE.
Humor and friendliness are a couple of Greg’s secrets to successful tutoring. He is a down-to-earth, jovial do-it-yourselfer as he fixes his own car and enjoys renovating his house. Board and card games, dancing, and good food are the simple joys in his life.
- Enrique Arcilla
Enrique is a humanities student at UC San Diego, and a recent transplant from the dusty Mojave Desert. Prior to taking up employment at Ivy Experience, he was a prominent competitor in Californian competitive writing and speaking, and he went on to become the state champion of the 81st annual MD-4 Lions Student Speaker Contest. Enrique’s outlook and drive for tutoring is centered on the belief that much of the greatest growth comes from environments that facilitate it — and that his calling is to contribute to such a setting. He has also been involved with civic organizations such as the Mojave Water Agency, and plans to continue community involvement lifelong. Otherwise, Enrique can be found searching for Spanish speakers to practice his new fluency on, insisting that mock trial is a sport, and using up his free articles by clicking on all the hyperlinks.
- Marisa Chang
Marisa graduated from Chapman University in 2019 with a B.S. in Health Sciences, an emphasis in pre-nursing, and a minor in nutrition. She worked as a tutor all throughout her four years at Chapman at the Friendly Center, an after-school program for underprivileged children. Here, she tutored local children from grades K-12 in all subjects.
Throughout college, Marisa also volunteered at CHOC Children’s Hospital of Orange County. After discovering her passion for working with children through her work and volunteering, Marisa decided she wants to attend nursing school with the goal of working in pediatrics.
Outside of school and work, Marisa loves the beach, playing squash, good food, and live music.
- Tabitha Wismer
Tabitha graduated summa cum laude from Bucknell University in May 2019, majoring in Early Childhood Education with a Minor in Food Systems. She was a Division I Cross Country and Track and Field athlete for Bucknell. Tabitha is dual certified to teach grades PreK-4 and ESL, and has experience working with students at all ages. She is an ELD (English Language Development) teacher in the Phoenixville Area School District rotating between the elementary school and middle school. She is passionate about helping her students, and loves to see them persevere and progress in their learning.
In her free time, Tabitha enjoys running and walking her dog.
- Alex Pappas
Growing up in the town of Swarthmore, Alex studied at the University of Maryland, graduating in 2017 with a B.S. in Cellular Biology and Molecular Genetics. During his undergraduate career Alex spent his time doing research both at the University of Maryland and at the National Institutes of Health, as well as being a TA for the Physics department. Alex has plans to enter medical school in the fall of 2018.
In his free time, Alex spends his time volunteering at Jefferson Hospital and a local clinic. He is a dedicated Philadelphia sports fan and cherishes his Eagles.
- Siffat Islam
Siffat is pursuing her doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Widener University. During her undergraduate education at New York University, she worked as a classroom student teacher for all 4 years and became very devoted to helping advance education, working with students primarily in reading, writing, math, and science. She graduated from NYU with a BA in Psychology and a minor in Chemistry, and went on to conduct research as a Lab Coordinator at the Temple University Infant and Child Lab. She contributed to leading a major research study in promoting spatial skills in young children and attended various conferences to present the results. She worked in many Head Start programs in Philadelphia as well as private schools in the surrounding suburbs, and is very devoted to reaching students from diverse backgrounds in promoting their learning and education. She has a lot of experience working with all ages from high school and college students to older adults.
In her free time, Siffat enjoys working out, trying new recipes, going to the beach, and spending time with friends.
- Elizabeth Cirigliano
Elizabeth earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education and Early Childhood Education from Bloomsburg University. Throughout her undergraduate career she worked with a variety of students to help them achieve their individual academic goals. Shortly after, she earned her Master’s Degree in Middle Level Mathematics with a focus in English as a Second Language (ESL).
In the years since, Elizabeth has used her five Pennsylvania teaching certifications to help students of all ages and abilities strive for and achieve success. She welcomes the opportunity to tutor because it allows her to focus on a student’s specific needs as they seek to master academic content. She encourages students to use their resources (i.e. test taking skills, logical thinking, and reasoning skills) to become problem solvers ready to take on the next challenge.
- Eden Barnett
Eden is currently working toward her MS in Counseling at Villanova University. A graduate of Swarthmore College's Honors program with a BA in Philosophy and Economics, she served for a year with Americorps as a Junior Coach in a Title 1 school. There, she helped students in an under-served community prepare for the SAT and the college admissions process. Eden is deeply passionate about ensuring that all students have access to the resources they need in order to achieve their long-term goals.
In her free time, Eden enjoys baking, doing crossword puzzles, and mustering up the courage to ask strangers if she can pet their dogs.
- Kevin Riffitts
Kevin graduated from Temple University with a degree in Advertising, and passions in film, economics, and journalism. He is an experienced tutor, who started peer tutoring after realizing he could turn "going to class" into an economic opportunity. He loves explaining new ideas and concepts to students and believes that, with a little know-how and effort, any student can improve their standardized test scores.
When not tutoring, Kevin can be found running, reading, and explaining why that Jeopardy! category is really too niche to be considered “general knowledge.”
- Connie Chen
Connie graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2017 with a major in nursing and minor in health communications. After graduating, she went back to her home state of California to attend a two year post-graduate Bible school in Anaheim. Currently, she is back at the University of Pennsylvania pursuing her Masters of Science in Nursing to become a family nurse practitioner.
Connie has been tutoring since she was in high school and is involved with youth ministry work at her church. Through her personal and professional life, she has grown to treasure the unique stories each person brings with them.
You will find Connie doing Pilates and yoga classes, spending time with friends, and exploring new places during her free time.
- David Kriebel
David Kriebel is a tutor, anthropologist, and writer. He majored in archaeology at Haverford College, and went on to earn an M.A. and Ph.D. in anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania. He also holds an M.A, in psychology from Bryn Mawr, where he earned his Pennsylvania certification in school psychology, and an M.F.A. in writing from the University of Maryland. He has also studied physics, theology, Egyptology, and theatre. David has taught at a number of colleges and universities, including the University of Maryland and the Naval War College, where he earned awards for teaching excellence. Prior to entering academia, he served as an analyst in the Department of Defense and a naval officer, and also operated a non-profit literary press in Baltimore. He currently serves on his township’s Historical Advisory Commission. David’s interests include acting, writing, and singing.
- Rachel Fogg
Rachel graduated from Smith College with a B.A. in 2014, and is in the process of acquiring her teaching certificate and Master’s in Education. She has hundreds of hours of test prep tutoring under her belt, including for the SAT, ACT, SSAT, ISEE, and GRE. With her years of experience, Rachel has gained a solid understanding of standardized tests and how to help her students score well on them. She has a strong philosophy that great teaching involves a balance of content instruction, strategy building, and working with each student as a unique individual to help them learn and succeed in the best way for them. When she’s not tutoring, Rachel loves singing, writing, and playing and watching football.
- Greg Mason
Greg graduated with honors from the College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina and earned his master’s degree in history from the University of Florida. He has five years of tutoring and nine years of teaching experience and loves helping students connect the dots and optimize their unique potential.
Before moving to Pennsylvania, Greg ran the Academic Transition Program and managed the Content Tutorial Program for student-athletes at the University of Florida. Greg is passionate about working with students and has ten years of experience working in higher education.
In his free time Greg loves to cook, read and watch basketball. Greg speaks Turkish and German and spends time abroad whenever possible.
- Deika Albert
Deika is currently an undergraduate at the University of Pennsylvania, where she is studying political science and economics. She is interested in American constitutional law and public policy, and plans to attend law school after graduation. At Penn, Deika is on the NCAA Fencing Team, part of Penn Student Government, and a member of MUSE Social Impact Consulting.
Deika has always loved to help other students, working as a tutor and camp instructor for the past three years. She has tutored students with a variety of different experience levels, and believes strongly in the power of positive motivation to help students achieve their goals.
In her free time, Deika loves to listen to music, bake cookies, and workout.
- Adel Boyarsky
Adel graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, with a major in Networked and Social Systems Engineering, a mix of computer science and economics. Outside of tutoring, Adel has experience as a teaching assistant, research assistant, and as an analyst in the financial sector. She has been involved with the Society of Women Engineers, Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity, Theta Tau Engineering Fraternity, and Eta Kappa Nu honors society at Penn.
In her spare time, Adel enjoys playing tennis and visiting the beach.
- Logan Chipkin
Logan graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in physics. Following some time working at the bank UBS, he attended the University of Houston and earned a master's degree in biology in 2019. His broad professional goal is to disseminate knowledge to anyone who is curious. In this vein, he enjoys tutoring a variety of subjects and writing articles about science, philosophy, economics, and history for different outlets.
- Richie Ngo
Richie studies film and media at Columbia University. Born and raised in San Diego, he attended the Gary and Jerri-Ann Jacobs High Tech High, a pioneering project-based learning high school.
His interests include outdoor activities (he's an enthusiastic Columbia Outdoor Orientation Program leader!), student theater (he's also a proud producer in the King's Crown Shakespeare troupe), and visual art (David Hockney is his favorite contemporary artist). Previously, he worked over the summer at the Media Arts Center of San Diego, a nonprofit that did documentary work for the Little Saigon Mobile Museum project aiming to increase awareness about gentrification in an immigrant community in San Diego. He plans to pursue a career in film and television.
- Alex Silver
Alex graduated summa cum laude with a B.S. in business from Drexel University in Philadelphia. While in college, he began volunteering with Lindy Scholars, a tutoring program for middle school students in the Philadelphia School District, which kindled his passion for teaching. After working in the business world as a sales tax accountant for a few years, Alex attended graduate school at West Chester University and is now a certified teacher in secondary English and Social Studies. He has had long-term teaching assignments in Unionville and Springfield School Districts, where he also volunteered with the school theater productions. He is passionate about engaging the personal interests of all students and helping them discover the universality of stories.
Alex was president of the Tae Kwon Do Club in college, and holds two black belts. He is also a self-professed nerd, and spends his free time writing and reading sci-fi and fantasy stories, playing tabletop games, and watching kung fu movies on Netflix.
- Caitlin Hunt
Caitlin graduated from The Pennsylvania State University in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Secondary Education and teaching certificates in both English and Communications. Hailing from the Harrisburg area, she taught AP and Honors English in the Middletown Area School District from 2013 to 2019, and, while there, attained her Master of Arts degree in Humanities from The Pennsylvania State University in 2017. Caitlin currently teaches high school English in the Norristown Area School District.
Besides working with students, Caitlin’s other passions include politics, cooking, travel, reading, and music.
- William Chung
Born and raised in Southern California, William graduated from Swarthmore College in 2017 with a degree in economics. He was a four year member of the varsity tennis team during his time at Swarthmore, while also actively volunteering during his spare time. Not only did he create a community tennis program dedicated to teaching local youth, but he also directed an SAT tutoring and college mentoring club, managing over 60 high school students. Since graduating, William has lived in Philadelphia and worked as a project manager for a healthcare company with the intent to begin medical school in 2020.
William has a passion for teaching and helping others, and has guided all of his students in reaching their academic and personal goals. When not working, William still enjoys playing and watching tennis and volunteering around his local community.
- Benjamin Cattau
Ben graduated from Haverford College in 2017, as a Biology major and Philosophy minor. As a former homeschooler (Grades K-8), he was a self-directed student that managed his own accelerated curricula. As a result, he has a deep appreciation for learning, and helping others engage with their studies. Ben tutored Math and Physics in high school, and continued in undergrad, with Cellular Biology and Biology “Super” Lab.
After graduating, Ben worked as a lab manager and research specialist for two years in an immunology-genetics lab at UPenn, and helped his research group publish papers in Immunity and PNAS. He also continued tutoring, and expanded into the college application process.
Besides tutoring and working in the lab, Ben can be found in the gym, or down a hill on a longboard. He also enjoys cooking, exploring new music, and a good book.
- Ariel Dineen
Ariel graduated from Haverford College in 2017 with a B.Sc. in Biology and a minor in Environmental Studies. While in school, she worked as a teaching assistant for the Biology Department and for English Language Learner (ELL) students in Philadelphia. After graduation, she worked for two years as an oncology researcher at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP).
Ariel has worked with students of all ages and across many disciplines—everything from the natural sciences, to art, to language. She is passionate about helping her students along their unique educational journeys!
Outside of work, Ariel loves travel, food, dance, and all things music.
- Jordan Dion
Jordan graduated from Tulane University in 2017 with a Bachelor's degree in engineering physics and a mathematics double major. He also spent time studying music technology at New York University.
Jordan has been tutoring students of all ages since 2015. His education in mathematics and physics has given him a strong understanding of tough-to-grasp concepts, and his calm and positive approach to teaching allows students to learn in a relaxed atmosphere. He has worked in the past as a college tutor at the Tulane Success Center, and tutored high school students through another company.
When he’s not working or in class, Jordan enjoys playing music. He is a keyboardist mainly, and he plays in a band with some of his friends in Philadelphia.
- Sofia Adams
Sofia studied electrical engineering at the University of Pennsylvania. For her first job out of college, she was tasked with learning how to code in assembly language and in C, something which was not part of an electrical engineering curriculum prior to the advent of the coding era.
After a career as a software engineer, Sofia raised two boys. During that time, she taught fitness classes, pursued her love of gardening, baked Greek desserts on-demand, was a super-volunteer at her kids’ small Quaker school, mentoring new families as they became part of the school community, and began assisting families with the college application process once her own kids achieved their college goals.
Sofia enjoys traveling, especially when in pursuit of warm climes and Caribbean carnivals, dancing, growing weri-weri peppers in her backyard, cooking, and above all, she loves the beach.
- John Thompson
John is a lawyer, coach, and writer based in Philadelphia. He holds a BA in English Literature from Rutgers College and an MBA in Management and Leadership from Rutgers Business School. John spent the early part of his career in publishing and financial services, holding advisory and management positions at Ziff Davis, Merrill Lynch and Allstate. Upon obtaining his JD from New York Law School in 2000, John commenced legal practice as a defense attorney for a large firm and later opened his own practice in Princeton NJ. After practicing law for 14 years, he shifted gears and now dedicates his time to coaching, consulting, and tutoring. John has a passion for mentoring young people and helping them successfully navigate their academic and career pursuits. He does this with humor and a down-to-earth approach.
John is trained in ontological coaching, is active in the Rutgers Student Mentoring Program, and has served on non-proﬁt boards and in volunteer roles dedicated to public justice issues. He periodically lectures at Montclair State University and is passionate about writing, hiking, photography, cooking, playing piano and hearing live music.
- Kayla Kirk
Kayla Kirk graduated from Brown University with a B.A. in Theatre Arts & Performance Studies and a B.A. in Modern Culture & Media. She spent much of her time in college acting/writing/directing plays and films, in addition to her time spent performing stand-up, sketch, and improv comedy. At Brown, Kayla completed several Education courses and field placements in local schools. She is proud to have taught a high school English class on To Kill a Mockingbird by incorporating a textual analysis of Beyoncé song lyrics. In 2019, Kayla was honored to receive the T. Carpenter Award for Elocution.
Before college, Kayla gained teaching experience as a high school tutor and teacher/director of school theatre programs. She has led a variety of educational theatre workshops for students K-12 and overseen several youth productions.
In her spare time, you can find Kayla rollerblading, listening to podcasts, or watching a stand-up comedy special.
- Rich Wismer
Rich graduated from the University of Richmond in 2016 with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and a minor in English. Following graduation, he worked as a technology consultant for 2 years. Rich designed and built Oracle financial databases for companies throughout the United States.
Rich left the consulting world to volunteer as a teacher in Benque Viejo del Carmen, a small village on the border between Belize and Guatemala. Rich taught English, Religion and Physical Education at Our Lady of Mount Carmel High School. While teaching at the high school, Rich started and coached a nationally recognized chess team and coached the basketball team, in addition to tutoring ACT prep. He is now back in the U.S. tutoring for Ivy Experience.
- Joe Monfort
Joe was born and raised in Texas before trading Friday night lights for March Madness to attend Duke University. After graduating with degrees in Environmental Science and Political Science, he moved to Washington, DC to begin a career that has included stints in politics, teaching, consulting, and corporate America. In 2008, with the help of a 99th percentile GMAT score, Joe earned a full tuition scholarship and graduated from The George Washington University with his MBA. He has served as a graduate teaching assistant and has extensive experience providing standardized test instruction in classrooms and one-on-one. An avid traveler, Joe has skied the Swiss Alps, dived with sharks in the Great Barrier Reef, sailed the Galapagos Islands, ridden the dunes in Abu Dhabi, and watched the sunrise over Machu Picchu. He firmly believes education can take you places and looks forward to being part of his students’ journey!
- Dane Ochis-O'Neil
Dane graduated from the State University of New York at Albany in 1999 with a B.S. in Actuarial Science and minors in Statistics, Computer Science, and English. He enjoyed a successful career as an actuary before leaving corporate America to tutor full-time. Dane is very interested in serving his community and mentoring our future leaders. To that end, he is a sitting member of the Daniel Boone Area School Board.
In his free time, Dane is a huge sports fan who enjoys working out and hiking with his family.
- Lucas Voit
Lucas is currently an undergraduate at Haverford College, interested in History, Environmental Science, and Philosophy. At Haverford, Lucas is on the board of the College Democrats, is an editor of the art magazine on campus, and is a club athlete. Having tutored students and peers for several years, Lucas has a strong belief in motivating people to pursue their passions and their intellectual queries.
In his free time, Lucas enjoys playing frisbee, rock climbing, skiing, and watching Netflix.
We also offer complimentary College Night seminars.
College Night seminars have been the ultimate introduction to the college prep process – even for families who have been through it before with the college prep environment constantly changing.Learn More