Sam Rosensohn is the founder of College Planning Partnerships, a college prep company that is known for its extraordinary results and the care and attention it gives to each and every student.
Sam is a nationally recognized public school teacher. The U.S. Congress, the Connecticut State Legislature, and statewide teacher organizations have recognized Sam for excellence in the field of education.
Ann Louise, wife of founder Sam Rosensohn, is the chief financial officer. No business decision is made without it going by Ann Louise. She does the books, pays the bills and works to keep our fees and tuitions as low as possible. As a working mom, she understands how hard it is to keep up with rising prices in a down economy.Read More Join Zoom
Zac is a graduate from Wesleyan University. A football player, an English major, a lover of music, Zac continues to help us to find faster and more efficient ways to bring the lessons home to students. Nearly all of our tutors are old enough to be our students’ parents so it’s essential that we gain a young person’s perspective on how we instruct.Read More Join Zoom
Rebekah was the Salutatorian of the class of 2018 at Hamilton College. She double majored in mathematics and creative writing and was given the school’s highest math award, the Kirkland Prize in Mathematics, as well as the Phi Beta Kappa Book Award, and The Rose B. Tager Prize for short stories. She is a Phi Beta Kappa member and a recipient of the Thomas E. Meehan Prize for creative writing.Read More Join Zoom
Amy is a UCONN graduate, lifelong friend of Zac Rosensohn, and above all a supremely talented educator. Amy is the special type of teacher that excels at building student relationships and maximizing their by in. Amy has spent the majority of her professional career teaching ELA for the state of Connecticut.Read More Join Zoom
Department chair and history teacher at Landon School in Bethesda, MD with extensive experience in social and digital media platforms and basal content creation. Innovator in experiential and project-based learning curriculum in independent schools. EdD Candidate in Educational Leadership & Administration at the George Washington University.Read More Join Zoom
Sara discovered her passion for tutoring and teaching while earning her bachelor’s degree in biochemistry at Smith College. Not only did she serve as a teaching assistant for the Biology Department and the Philosophy Department, Sara served as a tutor at Smith’s Quantitative Resource Center where she worked with students taking economics.Read More Join Zoom
Megan graduated from the University of Colorado-Boulder with a degree in Astrophysics. In her studies, she has performed extensive observational research and was fortunate to spend most of her time at Sommers-Bausch Observatory. After graduating, she went on to teach at AstroCamp School in Idyllwild, California where she ran hands on physics and astrophysics...Read More Join Zoom
A native of Albuquerque, New Mexico, Emily recently returned to Albuquerque after a nine year absence. Emily attended Sandia Preparatory School and went on to Macalester College. Emily received a bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in sociology and an emphasis in women’s studies.Read More Join Zoom