Our team is comprised of dedicated individuals who are passionate about education and love helping students realize their dreams. Our tutors are experts in their subject areas, hailing from some of the leading universities in the country. Whether at your home or in our beautiful education center, located near downtown Charlottesville, Clayborne tutors meet one on one with students to address their specific needs.
Barry Keith teaches at Monticello High School and holds a B.A. in French from the College of William and Mary as well as a M.Ed. from Virginia Tech. He has taught French I, II, III, IV, and AP French V, and Spanish I, II, and III. Barry has served with the College Board as a reader for the AP French exams yearly since 2005. He is married with three children and enjoys tournament Scrabble(R), solving chess problems, collecting stamps, poker, and reading. Subjects: French, Spanish, Math, and SAT Math
Tim Malloy is a graduate of Fordham University with a degree in Economics. He is happy to be back in his hometown after many years in New York and Boston and delighted to be helping young people achieve their goals at Clayborne. He is also a freelance editor and a mentor at Computers4Kids. Recently married to his childhood swim teammate (Go Crozet Gators!), he enjoys the outdoors, sports, and cooking. Subjects: General academic tutoring, SAT Reading and Writing.
Tim Jenson originally hails from the great state of New Jersey but has lived in Charlottesville for more than 10 years now. He is a double graduate of the University of Virginia, graduating in 2008 with a B.S. in Computer Engineering and 2011 with an M.T. in Secondary Education (Mathematics). Tim has taught many middle and high school students and loves getting to know them when working with them. When not working with students, you might find him out for a run or playing board games with his friends.
Wyatt Colvin graduated from Longwood University with a B.S. in Chemistry. Currently employed at Luna Inc. developing innovative materials for the improvement of real world applications. Born and raised in Richmond,VA, I have been living in Charlottesville for the past 3 years. I enjoy playing soccer and traveling. Currently tutoring for Chemistry, Biology, Math and SAT Subject Prep.
Stephen Rogers was born and raised in Dallas, Tx and is proud to be a Cowboy fan. He graduated from UVA in 2009 with a degree in Physics and a minor in Art History. After a few years off from school, he returned to Drexel University and finished his masters in Anatomy in 2014. Stephen is an accomplished horse back rider, having competed individually and on a team in numerous international events. When he isnt tutoring or riding his horse, Stephen enjoys obstacle races, camping and hanging out with his black lab Oscar. Stephen is currently applying to medical school as well.
Kevin Culbertson grew up in a military family and travelled much of his young life, but is now glad to call Charlottesville home. He graduated from the University of Virginia in 2012 with majors in Foreign Affairs and History. He also teaches and tutors ESL with the International Rescue Committee. He is an avid songwriter and guitarist. You may see him preforming at a local singer/songwriter night in town. He is also an amateur luthier, and has begun designs for his first archtop guitar.
Katie Swinson was born and raised in Charlottesville, VA. She graduated from J.M.U in 2009 with her B.A. in Communication Studies. After college, Katie worked as an assistant teacher and librarian at Free Union Country School for a few years. Then she flew off to England to complete her M.A. in Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia in Norwich. Katie is a published poet and a ceramic artist which makes her sound more serious than she is in real life. Her true loves are hanging out with her sister, hugging fluffy dogs, and taking lots of naps. Subjects: Academic Coaching, General Academic Tutoring, SAT Verbal, English, and Writing.
Conner McCarthy was born and raised in Charlottesville, VA. He graduated in 2014 with a degree in Music and East Asian Studies from the University of Virginia. Since matriculating, Conner has been working as a translator and editor with the Global China Center and China Institute. Conner is an active composer in various musical genres and plans to apply within the next few years for a master's degree in music composition. His passions lie in intermedia musical composition, any form of swimmable water, watching movies (both good and bad) with friends, and discussing philosophy, theology and transcendence. Subjects: SAT Verbal, SAT Math