LINDA RECEIVED A B.S. IN MATHEMATICS EDUCATION, WITH A DOUBLE MINOR IN STATISTICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE, FROM BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY. LINDA HAS 16 YEARS OF HIGH SCHOOL CLASSROOM TEACHING EXPERIENCE AND DECADES OF TUTORING EXPERIENCE. SHE HAS TAUGHT ALGEBRA I, ALGEBRA II, GEOMETRY, TRIGONOMETRY, AP CALCULUS, COMPUTER PROGRAMMING, AND AP STATISTICS. LINDA LOVES TEACHING HIGH SCHOOL AGED STUDENTS AND THE LEVEL OF MATH THEY GET TO WORK TOGETHER. SHE IS A MOTHER OF THREE: TWO GROWN SONS AND A 14 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER.
MARIE HAS TAUGHT UPPER LEVEL MATHEMATICS FOR 19 YEARS AND COUNTING AT CARNEGIE HIGH SCHOOL, WESTERN TECHNOLOGY CENTER, AND OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN ACADEMY. MARIE ENJOYS WORKING WITH STUDENTS, ESPECIALLY IN A ONE ON ONE SETTING. SHE HAS A DAUGHTER WHO IS ATTENDING OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY.
CAROLINE GRADUATED MAGNA CUM LAUDE FROM DUKE UNIVERSITY WITH A BA IN PSYCHOLOGY, WITH DISTINCTION. SHE WENT ON TO EARN A MASTERS OF EDUCATION FROM VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY, AFTER WHICH SHE SPENT SEVERAL YEARS WORKING AS A COUNSELOR IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM. CAROLINE HAS EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE HELPING STUDENTS FROM DIVERSE BACKGROUNDS OVERCOME LEARNING CHALLENGES AND ACHIEVE THEIR EDUCATIONAL GOALS. CAROLINE IS THE MOTHER OF FOUR CHILDREN.
Karon received a B.A. from Oklahoma Baptist University. She earned her master's degree from University of Central Oklahoma and is a Nationally Board Certified Teacher. Karon has taught 20 years in public schools and a year with the Department of Defense Dependent Schools in Japan. She has a passion for learning and a strong desire to support students as they pursue their academic goals. Karon has 2 daughters currently attending Oklahoma universities.
David Riley, a former ACT Boot Camp attendee, is our Alumni Assistant. David is a graduate of Edmond North and is currently a student at UCO.
I am a graduate of Edmond North High School who took the ACT Boot Camp in April of 2014 and again in December of 2014. My score went from a 30 to a 34 after my time in the boot camp. For me, the boot camp was extremely important because it taught me the nuances of the ACT and how to approach the test as a whole. After having guidance and access to released exams, I felt much more prepared and confident in my ability as an ACT test taker. As I student, I have a passion for learning. I have enjoyed teaching others in the past, tutoring through JROTC's Kitty Hawk Honor Society and casually. It is very fulfilling to help others academically, because I know how frustrating it is to not understand what is being taught in class.