Our Mission & Endeavor To Bring Academic Success
Meet the Founder
Robert Feagin founded Northside Tutoring in 2012 with the goal of supplementing, enhancing, and improving the education of children in Buckhead. He has helped thousands of students achieve their academic goals, obtain higher scores and grades, and gain admission to their target schools / colleges. At Northside Tutoring, he and his staff of tutors focus their efforts on the propagation of higher scores across all academia.
Robert attended The Westminster Schools for K-12 and Stanford and Oxford for a BA in history.
Rachel Doman graduated from The Westminster Schools in the top 5% of her class and now attends the University of Pennsylvania as a Joseph Wharton Scholar. Rachel has received local and national academic awards as well as over two dozen recognitions for her writing from around the world; additionally, she earned a 36 on the ACT and 5s on her AP exams. Tutoring since 2018, Rachel specializes in math, reading, writing, science, and history. In her free time, Rachel loves to bake, ski, play chess, write screenplays, and practice martial arts. She looks forward to working with your family!
Hello, my name is Sophie, and I am a fourth-year student at the Robinson college of business at Georgia State University, where I am studying business administration, with a specialization in Human Resource management. While maintaining a high academic merit of a 3.75 GPA, I am also a part of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM-GSU) as well as being accepted into Georgia State’s signature programs such as Panther Acceleration Career Experience (PACE) and Womens lead. I specialize in tutoring English, reading comprehension, phonics (with beginning readers), math, and art. I am well-versed in tutoring elementary school children on any topic, particularly common core math and English. I not only enjoy teaching, but also, I love getting to know the kids’ personalities and what they enjoy doing to understand what teaching strategy works for them! I hope to work with you soon!
Hi! My name is Sally Stuart. I am currently in my senior year pursuing my bachelor's degree in Finance at Georgia State University, during which I am also working in the Commercial Real Estate department at Truist. I have tutored for about seven years in many subjects including science, math, writing, and Advanced Placement classes. My passion for tutoring comes from my troubles in school as a kid due to my Dyslexia; not only have I overcome this obstacle, but I learned how to thrive in this environment. I have learned how to teach myself material differently than a traditional teacher. My different approach to teaching allows me to connect with students who struggle with similar learning disabilities and to be able to show all my students a unique way to approach their questions.
Siya Kalra is a first year at The University of Chicago majoring in Business Economics and Computer Science. She has experience with multiple AP (Advanced Placement) exams, like Biology, Chemistry, Statistics, Calculus AB and BC, English, and Latin, as well as the PSAT/SAT/ACT, scoring highly on all of them. She is driven, hardworking, and committed to students’ success!
I can tutor in chemistry, physics, biology, and math. I graduated in the top 2% of my high school. I have received the Hall of Fame science award from my high school and recognition as a Sunshine State Scholar in STEM at the state-level. I currently attend Emory University, where I plan to pursue a major in chemistry and become a research scientist. I am doing research with a professor this summer and plan to continue in the fall. During my free time, I also enjoy reading novels and doing art.
Sriya Kantipudi is a first year Emory student majoring in Economics and Finance. She is an alum of Westminster Schools and is still based out of Atlanta. In her spare time, she likes to run, read, and spend time with her friends and family.
Hi! I am a first-year student at Georgia Tech studying Computer Science. I am an Eagle Scout, and I swam year-round at Swim Atlanta for the past 10 years. I can tutor in math/SSAT/SAT/ACT and some areas of science. I previously worked at Kumon helping students with Math and Reading work.
Hi, everyone! My name is Connor Li, and I am a current first-year student at Columbia University studying Computer Science-Mathematics and Financial Economics. I am originally from Atlanta – a graduate of The Westminster School’s class of 2021. In my free time, I like playing soccer, watching TV, cooking anything on YouTube, and playing new musical instruments!
Hi! My name is Mira Srinivasa, I am a class of 2022 graduate from Westminster, and I will be majoring in Bioengineering at Rice University this fall. Throughout high school, I graduated as valedictorian of my class, was named a STAR student (an award given throughout Georgia to the senior at their high school with the highest SAT score who also belongs to the top 10% of their class), and in completing an independent study on Parkinson’s disease, have had a research paper accepted for publication to the Journal of Research High School. I am interested in tutoring for the SAT and ACT, as well as math, science, and English classes. In my free time, I enjoy running, cooking, reading, and spending time with friends and family.
"Hello everyone! My name is Avijit Singh, but you can call me Avi. I am a recent graduate of the Westminster Schools' Class of 2022 and will be attending Dartmouth College in the fall! I received a 36 on the ACT and a 1540 on the SAT. I tutor in all subjects for SAT and ACT as well as geometry and Algebra. Outside of tutoring, I love to play squash and go hiking. I would love to get to work!"
My name is Ishan Sheth. I am a recent graduate of the Westminster Schools in Atlanta, and I will be attending Georgia Tech for computer science. I enjoy tutoring numerous subjects, especially math and ACT prep. I have completed math levels through AP BC Calculus and received a 36 on my ACT. Outside of academics, I enjoy playing basketball, listening to music, and programming.
Grayson Lambert is a rising sophomore at Yale University. She graduated from the Westminster Schools in the class of 2021 and intends to double-major in Applied Mathematics and Economics with a certificate in French. Some of her favorite subjects to tutor are Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and any level of calculus, and she also hopes to tutor Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, and ACT/SAT test prep.
I am currently 16 years old and a junior at the Westminster Schools. I am excellent at explaining difficult concepts in plain language and helping students see how different elements of those concepts fit together.
I have experience with a diverse tutee base. My experience includes being a member of the executive council of Mu Alpha Theta at Westminster for two years (an honorary math society that expands selected students' passion for math by allowing them to volunteer to tutor students in math and participate in optional math competitions) ; volunteer tutor at Odyssey for two years, (a summer program for motivated public-school students to help improve their school performance and instill a love for lifelong learning) ; volunteer tutor at the Friends of Refugees, (a non-profit organization that assists refugee families in settling and refugee children in obtaining the necessary learning assistance).
Additionally, in collaboration with Studio W, Atlanta Speech School, Friends of Refugees, and others, I am creating and directing a documentary film about the accessibility of learning resources for students from various demographics. I want to ensure that every child can learn and apply their knowledge to pursue their interests.
Carol Freeman is a graduate of Georgetown University, where she studied international management and Japanese. She has lived, worked, and studied in Japan. She studied undergraduate at Waseda University, in Tokyo, and went on to complete the Stanford Program in Tokyo’s Japanese for Professionals Course. She has worked for major Japanese corporations in Japanese-language only environments in Tokyo, New York, and Hawaii.
Freeman-sensei is a highly experienced teacher who has taught in Fulton County at the middle school and high school levels, at Georgia State University, and adult education classes in Atlanta. She has developed teaching strategies that make the beginner student’s experience smooth, engaging and rewarding, as well as resolve issues that typically impede the progress of more advanced learners.
In addition to teaching, she enjoys reading, traveling, cooking, and taking brisk walks to clear the mind.
My name is Kristina Schaufele, and I just graduated from the Westminster Schools. In high school, I loved challenging myself in sports and in school. I graduated as salutatorian, received a 36 on the ACT, was a Presidential Scholar nominee, and took eleven AP classes. These include Computer Science Principles, Computer Science A, Spanish Language, Spanish Literature, European History, U.S. History, English Literature, English Language, Biology, Physics 2, and AB Calculus. I enjoy learning languages, so I have also spent many summers studying German. One of the most important things to know about me is that I have a cat named Clementine, and I love to teach her tricks. Right now, we are trying to master her rolling over. I am going to miss her next year, as I will start my first year at Duke University in the fall.
My name is Lin Liu from China (North) I have been Atlanta about 7 years and am now working as a property Accountant in Alpharetta. I am a Korean Chinese, one of ethnic people in China, and I can speak Mandarin Chinese and Korean fluently. I studied for 2 years at Northeastern University, Boston, MA from 2011 to 2013 and moved to Atlanta in 2016. I like history and traveling and to share and exchange traveling experiences. Currently, I registered Spanish class to learn and practice Spanish.
Hi! My name is Miles Clayton, and I graduated from Westminster this Spring where I have been a student for 7 years. My strong subjects are anything math and science related, especially Calculus and Physics, and I also teach SAT prep. Some of my hobbies include competitive swimming and golf, and in the future, I will be swimming at the University of Chicago where I plan to major in Business Economics!
Jacob is a recent graduate from Georgia Tech with a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering. He is currently working towards his master's degree in Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Tech. He graduated with highest honors, and was a member of Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and conducted research into generative design for drone frames.
He earned a 1440 on the SAT and 5's in AP Calculus BC and AP Statistics. He has experience tutoring the SATs from a week-long program at Forest Park High School outside of Atlanta. He enjoys helping people learn and works to make tutoring sessions both educational and fun!
Erin is a rising third year at Georgia Tech majoring in computer science. She was valedictorian of her high school class and scored a 34 on her ACT. She is involved in research creating synthetic diabetes patient models, the GT Crew club, and is a volunteer at GOALSoccer, a club that hosts weekly soccer practices for children with special needs in Atlanta. She can tutor math, computer science, most sciences, and ACT/SAT. In her free time, she enjoys running, reading, and spending time with friends and family.
I have been a French tutor for more than five years. I live in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, where I have worked at College Boreal and as an independent tutor. I am French native; I studied in France at University Paris Sarclay.