Debbie Reeves, PhD, has over ten years of experience successfully preparing students to achieve their best score on the ACT.
Her success with ACT prep students flows from her academic background as well as her hands-on experience teaching the full range of high-school subjects. She graduated summa cum laude from Clemson University in chemical engineering and then earned an MS and PhD in chemical engineering from Georgia Tech. Dr. Reeves is the mother of six children and has over 22 years experience as a homeschool educator. She has (so far) taught three sons and a daughter through high school. In addition, she has taught high-school chemistry and precalculus classes to area students for several years. She serves as the principal for First Baptist Opelika Christian School.
Her two eldest sons received full-tuition scholarships from Auburn University after doing ACT prep with their mom, graduating in computer science and industrial engineering. Her daughter is an AU senior majoring in communication with an academic scholarship. Her third son is a freshman AU Presidential Scholar majoring in software engineering and minoring in studio art with a concentration in animation. Debbie has taught her children all subjects and particularly enjoys teaching math and chemistry as keys to understand God’s complex design of the world around us. She also delights in helping students improve their college entrance exam scores so that they can pursue the college of their choice and help finance their education through scholarships. Debbie is the wife of Stan Reeves, a professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering at Auburn University. They are both members of Grace Heritage Church in Auburn.