We are a collective of top-notch teachers and counselors who have all have spent more time than we should admit with SATs, ACTs, Subject tests, college essays, college lists: You name it, we’ve worked with ...read more...
We are a collective of top-notch teachers and counselors who have all have spent more time than we should admit with SATs, ACTs, Subject tests, college essays, college lists: You name it, we’ve worked with it. We encounter students and families during a crucial season of life – one often full of stress and even (let’s be honest) a bit of panic. If it is possible to be both laid back and incredibly serious – that’s us. We know what we are doing and we know that it works. We have all spent countless hours one-on-one with students and families just like yours. We offer one of the most deeply resourced and experienced teams in the world of test prep and college admissions. When you sign up to work with the Breakaway team, the future will retain its sense of possibility. We look forward to helping you find your way to your future.
About The Provider:
Stephanie grew up on her family's farm in the hills of east Tennessee so, of course, it stands to reason that she would spend most of the last two decades in the bucolic Greater New York City area (right?!). She graduated summa cum laude from Washington and Lee University in 1999 and obtained her law degree from Vanderbilt University, and, while she loves going home to the Volunteer State to visit her family and devour her dad's amazing gravy and biscuits and carrot cake (seriously, he could open a restaurant!) and visit her alma mater in beautiful Lexington, Virginia, she is firmly planted north of the Mason-Dixon Line. After practicing law in Manhattan for five years, Stephanie answered the call of suburbia and settled down with husband Anthony Danese in Morris County in 2007. When not practicing law and helping students with their verbal/reading prep, Stephanie loves spending time with Anthony and their son David (already an astronomy expert at age 4!), hiking, writing, and reading.