Ed Antoine, Founder, is a graduate of Princeton University with a degree in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. He has taught test preparation for the high school and college admissions for more than 20 years.
Adnan is a graduate of New York University, with Bachelor's and Master’s degrees in Applied Mathematics. As a Brooklyn Tech graduate, he understands the importance of the SHSAT and the rigors of the Specialized High Schools. He has helped students achieve success on standardized exams for the past 8 years and taught our SHSAT program since 2013.
Rachel is a graduate of Emerson College with a BA in Writing, Literature, and Publishing, and the Charles Sposato Graduate School of Education with a Masters in Effective Teaching. A former high school Honors English, AP Literature, and AP Language teacher at a Brooklyn public school, Rachel now splits her time between education and theatre. She has been teaching Antoine Education's SHSAT curriculum since 2016.
Dali is the ACT Director for Antoine Education. Originally from Ibadan, Nigeria, she's been working as a private tutor and educator for the past 6 years, specializing in SAT and ACT Prep. A 2014 graduate of The University of Georgia in Romance Languages and Biology, she also tutors Biology, Chemistry, and Spanish. She speaks English, Yoruba, Spanish, and Portuguese fluently, and is currently working on French and Arabic.
Fareed is a graduate from Wesleyan University with a BA in English and Cognitive Studies. Since graduation in 2009, he has lived and worked in New York City as a private tutor, teacher and songwriter/musician.
Lizzie graduated from Princeton University with a BA in Comparative Literature. She has taught English and K-12 test prep and academic subjects in both Korea and the United States. She is fluent in Korean, and also speaks Spanish, Japanese, and someChinese and Dutch.
Michelle graduated from Princeton University with a BA in French and a certificate in theater. Her academic interests range from mathematics to music. She has tutored high school and college students in Math and French.