Ted Kim  Math Expert / Prof. of Pokemon / That Cool Guy

Ted Kim is a supporter and practitioner of the progressive education instruction model and specializes in the analysis of standardized tests involving mathematics. He is a current B.A. student at Pacific Oaks College, majoring in Human Development and Social Change. In addition to teaching mathematics for 12 years, Ted has also been recognized as one of Glendale Community College's finest student instructors while teaching within the field of Sociology for two years. Ted is also one of the most popular instructors at Nova 42, helping kids to not only learn academically but thrive socially.

Jung E. Park    Director of Language Arts / COO

Jung graduated in 1992 from Harvard and Radcliffe Colleges cum laude, B.A. General Studies, with a concentration in English and American Literature and Language.  During her time at Harvard, she was one of only a few undergraduates personally accepted into a graduate English course taught by the head of the Harvard English department.  She was also among the select few consistently accepted into Harvard’s competitive creative writing courses.  Jung also received her J.D. from UC Davis School of Law in 1996 and opened her own law office in 1998 in San Francisco.  She won her first major trial, getting a six-figure judgment for her client.  Because Jung has always had a love of teaching and helping high school students, Jung has also been tutoring students in SAT prep since her days in college (first as a Princeton Review tutor and later as a tutor at after school academies for Asian students).   In recent years, Jung has also been helping students prepare for the college application process in her unique and powerful manner.