Anthony Celino has been a full-time tutor since 2002, instructing students for SATs, ACTs, and APs, and assisting students in Math and English classes at all levels. He has achieved perfect scores on all sections of the ACT and SAT and has taught high school Math and English in Massachusetts and New York. Anthony came to Marks Education in 2013 from One-to-One tutoring in Long Island, New York, where his patience and easy-going nature earned him a full roster of devoted clients who would often see him for three or four straight years. Now a Tutoring Director working out of Marks Education’s DC office, Anthony has trained many of our tutors and managed several of our materials and resource projects.
Anthony has found that students who struggle in classroom or test-taking environments often crave a relaxed, one-on-one experience to catch themselves up and feel like they can have their questions answered without being judged or pressured. His clear, directed, friendly approach has helped hundreds of students raise their grades in school and find the confidence to perform to their highest potential on tests.
The son of a teacher and tutor, education is in Anthony’s blood. He tutored underclassmen during his final two years of high school, while also competing at local, state and national Mathletes competitions, editing two literary magazines, and winning multiple gold medals at the Long Island Math Fair. Anthony then went on to study Math Education and English at Boston University. While there, he participated in the Alternative Spring Break program, which included tutoring and mentoring at-risk teenagers in southern Florida. After graduating Magna cum Laude from BU, he went on to receive a Master of Arts in Writing from Queens College.
Anthony has written manuals for both AB and BC Calculus and has co-authored an advanced SAT Math study guide and all of the Marks Prep ACT and SAT books. He enjoys hiking and kayaking around the Chesapeake Bay area with his wife, his daughter, and his dog Bryson.
Anthony is available to work with students virtually and in-person at the Washington, DC, office of Marks Education.
- Boston University, BS in Math Education
- Queens College, MA in Writing