As a high-school English teacher of fifteen years, I am keenly aware of the challenges confronting today’s teenagers.  External pressures from classmates and instructors can be immense, and self-imposed expectations can feel stifling.  Sometimes these combined forces derail a student’s progress.

When this occurs, the assistance of an experienced tutor can yield considerable results: self-esteem rises, challenging assignments such as research papers are completed with a sense of pride, and daunting hurdles like standardized tests seem less threatening.  If these are outcomes you seek, then I am here to help.

Students in middle school, high school, and college are my primary clients, but I also collaborate with adults.  If you are a business professional, a non-profit executive, or a citizen seeking writing and/or editing assistance, please click on the Consulting tab above.



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Satisfied Clients

Eric was fortunate to have Mr. Bishop as an honors English teacher in high school.  Brian Bishop had the reputation of being the best teacher in a very large high school.  We soon found out why.  The students highly respected him as a professional and he was able to raise them to a higher level academically by challenging their English and writing skills.  Mr. Bishop’s passion for English was contagious.

Mr. Bishop later tutored Eric for the English portion of the ACT.  Over several sessions, he reviewed the English section from the first ACT test my son took.  Upon retaking the test after his junior year, Eric’s  ACT score increased by 6 points!  We attribute the significant improvement to the tutoring.

– Andrea N.

Mr. Bishop was not only the most personable teacher, but also the most dedicated.  There was not a day that I didn’t see him that he wouldn’t take time out of his busy schedule to ask about me about my day.  His was always the first car in the parking lot and the last to leave.  He poured everything he had into his students.  My son was a privileged recipient of that. Our students are better students and more compassionate people because of him.

– Stephanie S.