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We teach kids how to write compelling essays and narratives, in their own voices, so they can improve their grades and / or gain entrance to top colleges, universities and private high schools.
At MyLifeLab, we believe that all children are capable of being excellent writers.
Academic Writing (Grades 6-12)
College Application Essays
Private Middle / High School Application Essays
Editing / Revision Sessions
If something you need is not on this list, please do not hesitate to reach out to see how we can accommodate you.
At MyLifeLab, we teach kids how to write clearly and effectively while using and preserving their unique voices. We do so by aligning lessons with students’ academic and social-emotional needs and strengths. We support them with each step of the writing process, as they complete often complicated and stressful writing assignments and college / private school admissions essays.
At MyLifeLab, we support, teach and counsel students without judgment, equipping them with tangible writing skills that can be applied across subject areas.
We teach kids concrete skills that translate to results.
We teach kids how to write effectively using and preserving their unique voices, so that they feel pride in themselves when they improve their grades and gain entrance to colleges and / or private high schools.
We provide a learning environment that welcomes mistakes and honors vulnerability as being integral components of genuine learning and skill-building.
Rather than assembling pruned and inauthentic essays, we work with children to translate their true selves into carefully-crafted college and high school admissions applications that highlight character and integrity.
Holding degrees from Harvard, UCLA and Berkeley, Susanna has spent more than 15 years in the field of education, including as a teacher in Boston and LA, an educational program coordinator, and a professional development/graduate-level course writer and instructor for other teachers.
She fell in love with California when she was 17 years old, moving across the country to complete a BA in History at Cal.
She completed her master’s thesis entitled “Meeting Absurdity with Love: Co-Creating Caring Relationships with ‘Disengaged’ Students Through Informal Dialogue,” while at UCLA’s distinguished Teacher Education Program where she was the recipient of several fellowships and scholarships.
Due to her service to her hometown of Boston, the Harvard Club of Boston awarded her a scholarship to complete her master’s degree in Risk and Prevention at Harvard University. While a Harvard student, Susanna interned with the Boston Children’s Hospital Neighborhood Partnership, where she provided prevention and promotion services in order to guide and counsel students in need of academic, college, career, and social/emotional support, while also coaching teachers in providing these services to their students.
In all of her work, Susanna honors her students’ unique strengths and needs. As a tutor, teacher and counselor, she emphasizes a humanizing approach that nurtures their individual selves while involving the families who know their children best.
Susanna lives with her daughter in Los Angeles.
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