Anton has a BA in Mathematics from Princeton University and an MSEd from the University of Pennsylvania. He is currently finishing his thesis for an MA in philology from the Polis Institute in Jerusalem, Israel. Anton has been engaged with education for a number of years both in the classroom and through private tutoring. While he was at UPenn, he began a two-year fellowship as a math teacher at The Lawrenceville School in Lawrenceville, NJ, where he additionally coached fencing, played trumpet and organ, and acted as an advisor. Starting the next summer, he also helped teach in and supervise numerous summer programs on Lawrenceville's campus. Beginning with his time in Jerusalem, Anton took up online tutoring from the Precalculus level upward. In his second year abroad, Anton taught an immersive Koine Greek course to adults through the Polis Institute. After returning to the U.S., he filled in as a substitute math teacher at The Baylor School in Chattanooga, TN, then moving to Morristown, NJ to work as a math teacher at The Morristown-Beard School. These days, Anton teaches math at The Waring School in Beverly, MA.
When Anton is not teaching or tutoring, he is trying to balance his interests in languages and music. These days, he is needing to learn his French "for real," although he would just as soon enjoy spending that time on Latin, Sumerian, or something equally distant. Musically, he is just recovering from a carillon concert and looking to get back into recorder music or something more portable.