Andrew S.


  • Yale University, B.S. in Applied Mathematics

Notable Experience

  • Lead Computer Science Tutor, Global Teaching Project
  • High School Computer Science Teacher, AECI II Charter School
  • Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Pre-Calculus, Calculus AB, Calculus BC


  • Math: AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Differential Equations, Geometry, Linear Algebra, Prealgebra, Precalculus, Trigonometry
  • Standardized Test: ACT, GRE, SAT
  • Science: High School Chemistry, High School Physics, AP Chemistry, AP Physics C, AP Physics 1, AP Physics 2
  • Computer Science: AP Computer Science, CSS, Computer Programming, Computer Science, HTML, JavaScript, Python, R, STATA, UNIX

Tutor Rates

  • $180/hour - 12 Sessions
  • $225/hour - 4 Sessions
  • $300/hour - Single Session

Video Introduction

Teaching Sample


I'm originally from Tulsa, OK, and I started teaching high school in New York after college. I enjoy building apps, woodworking, and following the NBA. One of my favorite parts of working with students is watching their confidence grow over time. By providing personalized instruction, my goal is to equip you with the tools you need to solve any math problem that comes your way.

Teaching experience

  • High School Computer Science Teacher, AECI II Charter School (1 year)
  • Lead Computer Science Tutor, Global Teaching Project (1.5 years)
  • Quantitative Reasoning Tutor, Yale (1 year)
  • Peer Tutor, Yale (1 year)
  • Homework Helper, MASA (6 months)
  • Math Tutor for Incoming Students, Yale (6 months)

Tutoring style

I love breaking down complex problems into bite-size pieces that are familiar to you. While I enjoy finding the answer just as much as the next person, I try to emphasize the "why" behind any methods we are using. That way, you'll be able to apply those techniques even if the specifics of the problem change.

I'll definitely be looking forward to hearing any questions you may have about any concepts or problems. Adjusting the lesson to what makes the most sense to you is very important to me. If you're ever curious about how a math concept is used in the real world, I'm happy to give you some examples.