Joohyun Kim

Joohyun Kim has been tutoring privately for over eleven years. She's worked with students of all ages, from first graders to master's students in Florida, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Joohyun's extensive experience tutoring students of all ages and backgrounds has afforded her great versatility in teaching, as well as skill in engaging students according to their given abilities. Joohyun has scored a 2350 on the SAT. She was a National Merit Scholar, recipient of a national scholarship awarded to students with the strongest combination of academic achievements and extracurricular accomplishments. As a National Merit Scholar, she represented the top 0.25% of the state's senior students. She attended New College of Florida, a school encouraging rigorous, free, critical thinking, where she received her degree in philosophy and music. For her interdisciplinary undergraduate thesis, Joohyun drew new connections between French continental philosophy and musicology.

Joohyun tutors in the following subjects: ACT, PSAT, SAT, Basic Math, Algebra I and II, Geometry, Essay Editing, Study Skills, and Literature.

Joohyun is also a poet, musician, producer, experimental composer, essayist, visual artist, film-maker, and activist. She has won numerous awards for her artistic and social justice work. She has shown her work in galleries in Florida and Philadelphia, composed music for the Sarasota Orchestra, and her work has been purchased by Ringling School of Art. Her poetry is published online with Birds of Lace publishing.

Contact: 610-453-7050
danfuria@alumni.princeton.edu