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A well rounded individual and professional.
Education, college prep, and coaching services.


Education is at the core of the work that takes place.


Given the engagement from his parents Andrew and Faye Snorton (his mother is a retired educator), his K-12 experience at Randolph, NJ (Grades K-6) and Ocean Township (middle and high school), recognition in the National Honors Society and Spartan Scholar (in addition to being a varsity-level student-athlete in soccer and track) are early signs of being committed to his academic prowess.

Add to his time at Wake Forest University, which includes a double-major in English and Sociology, involvement in the campus chapter of the NAACP, the Black Student Alliance, Hall Council, Judicial Board, multiple band ensembles (including marching band, basketball pep band, symphonic band, and jazz ensemble), campus leadership development, the Volunteer Service Corp, multiple academic-based organizations. In addition, and a proud spring 1991 initiate of the Xi Eta Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., dedication to his academic development is clearly evident.  Subsequently, his experience as an educator in Gwinnett County Public Schools (teaching Language Arts, Social Studies, Journalism, and Drama/Theater Arts, as well as being an advisor for intramural sports, yearbook, a poetry club, and establishing Pinckeyville Middle School's broader based Black History Month celebration) keeps him deeply engrossed and engaged with the needs of learners.   Add to it his advisory roles with Alumni-in-Admissions (since 2010), former president of the Association of Wake Forest University Black Alumni (2011-15), member of the Alumni Council (2011-16), board member of the School of Divinity (2016-22), and the Deacon Club (since 2011), his commitment to higher education is clearly evident.

And this is what he brings to the table when it comes to the following services:

  • Individual/traditional tutoring (grades 4-12).

  • Virtual (Skype, FaceTime, and Zoom) tutoring (grades 4-12).

  • ACT/SAT prep (individual).

  • ACT/SAT prep (group and classes).

  • ASVAB (military entrance exams).

  • Seminars and workshops.

Some of the organizations we've conducted workshops with include (but are not limited to) the following:

  • Upward Bound with the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga (ACT prep).

  • Rome (GA) HS (the college admissions and testing processes).

  • Newton (GA) HS (ACT/SAT prep classes and workshops).

  • Washington (Atlanta, GA) HS (ACT/SAT classes).

  • Crim (Atlanta, GA) HS (ACT/SAT/Asset classes).

  • Stone Mountain-Lithonia Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc (ACT/SAT prep).

  • South Gwinnett/Snellville Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc (ACT/SAT prep).

  • Alcovy High School (ACT/SAT bootcamps).

  • Greene County (GA) HS (ACT/SAT classes and college readiness programming).

  • Iota Zeta Sigma Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc (Metro-Atlanta, GA) and the Appeal Foundation (ACT/SAT workshops).

Likewise, coaching services are available.  Unlike counseling, coaching involves the following components:

  • Goal identification.

  • Barrier identification.

  • Action plan.

  • Accountability plan.

The main key is with coaching, it's about the individual identifying these key components and the coach serving as the accountability partner in order for them to achieve their goals.   This vastly differs from counseling (click HERE to identify the differences).

Reach out to us today so we can help you make it happen for your student(s) or group.

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