Kyle Rusciano

     Attending Yale University was instrumental in helping me discern my academic passions, and surrounded me with students and faculty who helped me pursue them. I will soon be entering a PhD program in Systematic and Philosophical Theology, and in the interim I am enthusiastic about tutoring high school students so that they can also enter the university of their choice and pursue their dreams. I have taught high school students in Kenya, and helped prepare them for their national examinations. I am confident that I will be able to help your son or daughter do their best on the most important tests of their high school careers. I currently reside in Houston, Texas.


University of Durham;, Class of 2014
Durham, United Kingdom
  • Master of Arts in Christian Theology, 1st with Distinction
Yale University, Class of 2012
New Haven, CT
  • Bachelor of Arts in History cum laude, with Distinction
St. Thomas High School, Class of 2008
Houston, TX
  • Valedictorian, National Merit Finalist, National Honor Society

Teaching Experience

    • Oloile Secondary School, High School Teacher (Summer 2010)
      • Lived with Maasai family in traditional African compound for 9 weeks
      • Taught English and Math to Maasai teenagers and young adults in rural town of Kimana, Kenya
      • Tutored students in preparation for Kenyan National Examinations
    • Durham Cathedral Medieval Theology Discussion Group, Founder (Fall 2012)
      • Organized and led group composed of master students, doctoral students, and professors
      • Conducted semi-weekly discussions on Medieval theologians’ views on divine freedom at Durham Cathedral
    • Saint Anselm Society, Founder & President (Fall 2010 – Spring 2011)
      • Organized and led Yale group dedicated to exploring the philosophical theology of the Christian tradition
Kyle Rusciano


  • US


  • SAT:
    • 780
    • 760
    • 800
  • AP:
    • Biology: 5
    • Calculus BC: 5
    • US History: 5
    • English Language: 5
    • Government: 5

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