Sydney is a second-year law student at Harvard Law School from Montgomery County, Maryland. A National AP Scholar in high school, Sydney graduated from Princeton University in 2015 with an A.B. in English Literature and a certificate in French Language and Culture. In high school Sydney scored 5’s more than 8 AP exams and scored in the 99th percentile for the SAT in 2010. After scoring in the 96th percentile on the LSAT, Sydney went straight through to Harvard Law School where she intends to pursue family law after clerking for the Honorable Judge Ryon at the Montgomery County Circuit Court in Maryland.
Sydney began tutoring her sophomore year of high school (2009) for a private peer tutoring company. She has extensive experience tutoring math, French, English and writing skills. She has tutored elementary through high school students. At Princeton, she worked with first-generation high school students in homework help, test prep and college readiness. She also loves helping people navigate both the undergraduate and graduate admissions process. Through essay coaching, her students have gotten accepted into Yale University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Georgetown Law School, and Harvard Law School, among others.
In her free time, Sydney enjoys dancing and playing the piano. She has been teaching the piano on the side for over 8 years to children 3-18