Jaime Roocke-Sherman holds a B.S. in Public Relations from the University of Florida and a J.D. from the Florida State University. He is a former teacher, having taught both high school and middle school classes in Wellington, Florida, before moving to Clearwater. Mr. Roocke-Sherman has also taught ACT and SAT prep classes at Wellington High School and at Palm Beach Central High School. Mr. Roocke-Sherman is known for his ability to help students understand their misconceptions and overcome their fears on testing day. He is ready to help your child succeed in math and English classes and on college readiness testing.
Jesse Roocke-Sherman is also passionate about test prep and mentoring students. As a high school student, he was valedictorian of Calvary Christian High School and earned a top 5% score on the SAT. Jesse received a full-ride scholarship to the University of Florida. He graduated cum laude with a Bachelor’s degree in business administration, a minor in entrepreneurship, and $0 in student loan debt. After college, he worked with the Youth Development Initiative Pinellas tutoring diverse-needs middle and high school students. Jesse then moved to California, and taught SAT and ACT classes from Los Angeles to San Diego for 3 years. He is back in Florida, with more tips and tricks to game the test than ever!
Michelle tutors students in introductory C# and Java. She is a software engineer and .NET developer for a national software company by day. She studied programming at the University of Washington before taking on her career in digital project management. She looks forward to helping you understand the fundamentals of coding whether in school or self-directed.
Austin tutors students in 6-12 and college level mathematics as well as in the C programming language. He is a graduate of the University of South Florida with a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics. When not tutoring, he programs and installs remote devices for business media centers. Austin also enjoys playing bass guitar and drums at his local church.