About Audrey Luu
Hello! I am Audrey Luu. As a speech and debate student since 7th grade and coach since 9th grade, I am passionate about teaching and recognize the academic and social development the program offers.
Together, my mom and I coached my sister and her group of friends from 4th grade through 8th grade. As a result of our guidance and dedication, all of them qualified for state and several qualified for national competitions in multiple events. This kind of success is unprecedented for students in their freshman year of high school. I've always been social and enjoyed my time in speech and debate. The same wasn't true for my math classes: my mom put me in a wide variety because she believed I had a high aptitude for achievement. However, I always gave it my best effort and I can definitely see the results. I'm glad that my mom took the time to challenge my brain and see how far I could go. Now, as a Mathematical Economic Analysis Major at Rice University, I recognize just how strong of a foundation those lessons built for me. In lessons where my classmates are struggling, I'm able to succeed.
High School Achievements
National Qualified in PF
State Qualified in Informative, Domestic Extemp, Lincoln Douglas.
National Merit Scholar
Middle School Achievements
National Extemporaneous Debate Champion
Top Speaker Award in Lincoln Douglas at Nationals
Female MathCounts State Champion
2nd State Team MathCounts
Audrey and her high school public forum partner Michelle placed 1st at districts and qualified for Nationals.
2019 Middle School State (Coach Audrey Luu on the left) - Won State Champ, known as "the dream team" by their high school coaches
PF Teams 2nd & 3rd - Vivienne & Natalie, Ethan & Arnav
Champion in Extemp Speaking & 2nd Oratory - Jason
Audrey and some of the students she has helped coach. Audrey has been coaching Speech and Debate, in addition to tutoring, for almost 7 years.
Audrey and some of her students. To the left, Audrey is working on similar shapes for an SAT student. To the right, she is working on graphing linear equations with a middle school student.