Park City, UT
Our offices are conveniently located on the second floor of 875 Iron Horse Drive, the building behind the Starbucks. We are available to work with students before school, during their free periods and after school into the evenings. We tutor where and when it’s convenient for you – in our office or in your home!
We provide private tutoring and college counseling services. We specialize in ACT and SAT test preparation, college admissions counseling, and Math tutoring for all ages.
Passion for education runs deep in Kelly Vendetti's family: between Kelly, her 2 sisters and their father, they have more than a century of experience teaching kids and adults of all ages!
Kelly graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Computer Science and from the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business with a Masters in Business Administration in Finance. She tutored students at both schools and was an adjunct professor at Northern Wyoming Community College.
However, the lure of “high tech” was too great, and Kelly spent the next 30 years designing and building applications for clients and employers such as Hewlett-Packard, Ford, Target, PwC, and Goldman Sachs. Throughout her career in corporate America, Kelly continued to teach hundreds of classes in writing, presentation skills, finance and leadership. She is very excited to open the Park City office of Breakaway Prep and help college-bound students reach their potential. She is currently pursuing a Certificate in College Counseling through UCLA.
When not working with kids, Kelly can be found hiking, cheering on her son (Tyler) at lacrosse or football games, or playing fetch with her dog (Damien) at Willow Creek Dog Park. She also loves cooking, reading, gardening, and cheering on the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, the Michigan Wolverines and the Denver Broncos.
Where We Are
The thing I really appreciated about Breakaway Prep was their flexibility. If there was a track meet or play rehearsal, tutoring schedules could be rearranged. And I think it was the regular practice tests and personal feedback that made it possible for two of my kids to take the SATs once and be done with it.