I believe that each student has something unique to learn and their own path to success.
It is my job as an educator and mentor to bring out each student’s particular voice, while helping them address their unique and personal challenges.
A student’s improvement and success owes more to their own set of experiential circumstances (motivation, work, luck, etc.) than it does their teachers, schools or resources.
As an educator, I feel it is my responsibility to help young people learn to contend with their experience in a way that will positively influence their future.
A person’s access to thoughtful guidance should not be limited by their ability to pay for it.
There are infinite definitions of success and are just as many paths to achievement.
I believe in teaching the whole person, not just teaching horn. Every person has the capability of being successful, in basically anything they choose, as long as they’re willing to be honest with themselves and work hard.