Experienced instructor currently pursuing a Ph.D. at CU Boulder
Henry grew up in the town of West Linn, just south of Portland, Oregon. He began tutoring his fellow classmates as a high school freshman and continued to grow an independent tutoring business over the course of his high school career. While he specialized in helping students with math classes, he tutored a variety of subjects ranging from physics to music. Henry graduated from Northwestern University in 2019 with majors in Mathematics, Economics, and Mathematical Methods in the Social Sciences (MMSS). He continued to tutor local high school students throughout college, mainly working with students in the pre-calculus and AP Calculus sequence. After his junior year, he also returned to West Linn to volunteer as a teaching assistant at his high school’s summer remedial math classes. Henry is now pursuing his PhD in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Colorado Boulder. He has worked as a teaching assistant for the introductory general biology course, where he gained more experience working with students in a larger classroom setting. He is also working to obtain his Certificate in College Teaching by attending university-level pedagogy workshops, completing teaching observations with faculty, and assembling a teaching portfolio. Henry is an avid fan of backpacking in and photographing the outdoors, after spending a year traveling in New Zealand after college. He plans on exploring the natural wonders in and around Colorado over the next several years.
Expertise: SAT / ACT, Math, Biology