Adam holds an M.A. and a Ph.D. in political science from Columbia University, an Ed.M. from Columbia’s Teachers College, and an undergraduate degree with honors from The George Washington University. For more than two decades he has taught advanced, intermediate and skills level courses in economics, United States history, and US government and Politics at Scarsdale High School in Westchester County, New York. Adam serves on the Board of Trustees of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library in Hyde Park, NY, and is a member of the Organization of American Historians, the American Historical Association, and the American Political Science Association. For seven years, at the request of The College Board and the French Ministry of National Education, he was one of two national History and Geography examiners administering the “Option Internationale Du Baccalauréat (OIB)” portion of the French “Bac” national academic qualifying exam.
From catch-up to enrichment, we work with students from middle school through high school and beyond for just about every subject. See us in the office or work with our same team remotely from home, school, or vacation.
Diagnostics and customized tutoring plans for students preparing for the SAT & ACT, AP Exams, and private school admissions tests. Prepare face-to-face with our expert team in the office or through our online platform—our remote students can attend in-person weekend exams or join in digitally for live proctoring.
We find the unique threads that tie together each student’s personal story and help develop them into remarkably creative applications. From guidance and mentoring to deep-dive writing development, interview preparation, and meticulous detail management, we help turn our college advising students’ ambitious goals into reality.
Description of members club
We bring our same boutique style and skillset directly to the classroom. Partnering with high school administrations, we provide SAT & ACT instruction as an elective course for schools looking to raise the bar for their students.