Brenna N

Brenna earned her bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of California, Irvine where she was on the Dean's List during her junior year and recognized twice for undergraduate research in the field of psychophysics. After graduating, she went on to earn her master's degree in Psychology at California State University, Fullerton and was also accepted into the Phi Beta Delta honor society. Brenna is a life-long learner who has more passions than there is time in the day.

Brenna has worked with students of all ages and specializes in French, English, writing, social studies, and test preparation. Brenna has experience supporting students with ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Hearing Impairment, and Visual Impairment. She has a soft spot for students in band (especially oboists). Brenna pairs an organized approach to learning with a healthy sense of humor. Brenna is adept at helping her students become organized and hone their skills to increase their confidence and improve academically. She encourages students to push themselves beyond their self-perceived limits and find strengths they may not know they have.

When Brenna is not working with students, she enjoys rock climbing, hiking, and yoga.

Academic Subjects
  • Algebra I
  • Pre-Algebra
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Writing
  • ACT
  • PSAT
  • SAT
  • 9th Grade English
  • 10th Grade English
  • College Essay Writing
  • Statistics (AP)
  • Statistics (Regular)
  • Geometry
  • Elementary-Level Math
  • Elementary-Level Science
  • Environmental Science (Regular)
  • Middle School-Level Science
  • Psychology (AP)
  • Psychology (Regular)
  • Psychology (College-Level)
  • English Language & Composition (AP)
  • English Language (Honors)
  • English Literature & Composition (AP)
  • English Literature (Honors)
  • French (Level 1)
  • European History (AP)
  • European History (Regular)
  • Human Geography (Regular)
  • Middle School-Level History
  • U.S. Government (Regular)
  • U.S. Government and Politics (AP)
  • U.S. History (AP)
  • U.S. History (Regular)
  • World History (AP)
  • World History (Regular)
  • Multiple Subjects*