David is currently a junior at Neuqua Valley High School. He is devoted to helping students understand concepts, and enjoys watching his students finally understand what they are learning. In his spare time, David enjoys playing the guitar and writing code.
James is currently a junior at Neuqua Valley High School. Very active in his classes and clubs, James loves helping others understand and learn what they are struggling with. During Freshman year, James was able to compete at the DECA International Career Development Conference in Orlando, FL after placing first at Regionals and fourth at State Competition. Outside of school, James enjoyed playing basketball, piano, and hanging out with friends.
Sofia is currently a junior at Neuqua Valley High School. She is active within several clubs through school-being in both the executive teams of Mu Alpha Theta and UNICEF this school year. Sofia truly loves to learn, as well as help others learn and satiate their own curiosity. In her free time, Sofia is almost always reading a new book, playing piano, or singing.
Karthik is currently a junior at Neuqua Valley High School. He has a great interest in Computers and Software and helps the organization on its essential online components and services. He is proficient in multiple programming languages and is knowledgeable on many sophisticated online tools. Furthermore, he likes to help people learn and better understand concepts that they were not able to understand in school. One of his greatest interests is learning new ideas and concepts and he wants to help other people learn as well. Along with that, he enjoys playing chess, hanging out with his friends, and reading.
Khalid is currently a junior at Neuqua Valley High School. He is very active in the extracurricular hub of Neuqua Valley being involved in Youth and Government, Speech Team and Neuqua’s Theatre program. Last January, Khalid became an All-State Actor alongside the other members of “Monologue Show: Intersections” when their performance was chosen to be featured at Illinois’ All-State Theatre Festival. But when Khalid isn’t on a stage or staying late after school he usually is nose deep in a book, working hard on schoolwork or binging Netflix shows.