Premiere SAT Summer Program
Hosted at Pepperdine University

League Academy was founded to help high school students navigate the college application process to maximize their chances of getting accepted into their dream US university. The 2020 Summer Program is hosted at the beautiful campus of Pepperdine University in Malibu, California.

League Academy’s 360º Approach

We believe that each student has a unique potential to get into their dream university. We take a 360º approach that covers all elements of an application, from career path assistance, to college essay writing. We bring renowned faculty from prestigious universities to teach at our program, as well as other guest speakers that guide students to excel in the application process. The experiences we provide go beyond crafting a college application; they help shape a student’s character, work ethic, and life ambitions. Current Ivy League students, life coaches, and psychologists are mentors throughout and after our program, as the student experiences a variety of seminars on personal growth, leadership skills, and passion and commitment. League Academy is an investment that lasts a lifetime.

Standardized test scores play an important role in college admissions. Although high SAT scores don’t guarantee admission to a top tier university, the scores below the admissions average significantly decrease the students’ chances of acceptance. Through League Academy, students will experience over 250 hours of lecture and tutoring that will help them understand the content, tricks, and common mistakes to boost their scores on the SAT exam.

Our strength
Meet our Faculty

Inside the classroom, students are prepared for the SAT exam by professors teaching at the most prestigious universities .Outside of the classroom, students are mentored by current Ivy League students and leadership coaches to help them stand out in the college application process.

Nakia Rimmer is the Associate Director of Undergraduate Mathematics at the University of Pennsylvania. He is also the founder of, a company that provides online tutoring for the SAT college entrance exam.
Nakia Rimmer
University of Pennsylvania | Mathematics
Mauricio Espinosa, an international life coach, will work with students to develop their leadership skills through challenging activities and workshops.
Mauricio Espinosa
HEC Paris/Oxford | Leadership Coach
Cynthia Thomas is a psychologist and counselor at the American School. She leads various seminars on stress managment, test-taking skills, and personality traits.
Cynthia Thomas
American School | Psychologist
Amanda is a third year mechanical engineering student at Northeastern University. With her extensive experience with college applications and standardized exams, she will mentor students throughout the process specifically targeting the SAT math section.
Northeastern University | Student Counselor
Lauryn is a first year student at the University of Pennsylvania. She is originally from Chicago and plans to major in Communications with a minor in Marketing. Her passion in the college admissions process is helping students find schools that are right for them and increasing their chances of success in getting there.
University of Pennsylvania | Student Counselor
A second year student at the Wharton School of Business, Pattryze plans to study entrepreneurship and retail. She is originally from Mexico and is committed to helping international students prepare for the SAT exam and better understand the American admissions process.
Wharton School of Business | Student Counselor
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