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Owner and Founder

Since attending elementary school, Sheniqua Roberson knew that her destination would be to follow in her mother’s footsteps and become an educator. She attended the University of South Alabama and obtained a bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education English/Language Arts at the age of 20. She began teaching middle school in Moss Point, Mississippi. After two years, she relocated back to Mobile, Alabama and began teaching high school English/Language Arts in Mobile County Public School System (MCPSS).

Dr. Roberson decided that she wanted to work with a broader set of students. Therefore, she returned to the University of South Alabama and earned a master’s degree in School Counseling in 2003. After earning her M.Ed. and getting married, Dr. Roberson became a school counselor for Pascagoula High School. Working over four years as the school counselor, Dr. Roberson increased the average scholarship award from $2 million a year to $8 million. Because Dr. Roberson desired the same schedule as her children, she regained employment in Mobile County Public School System, where she became the school counselor for the newly Star Academy-Pathway Program, which is an alternative program that helps middle school students catch up to their appropriate grade level based on their age.

Dr. Roberson took an interest in curriculum and instruction. She returned to school again at the University of Phoenix and began working on a doctorate in Educational Leadership with an emphasis in curriculum and instruction. Dr. Roberson has completed her doctoral coursework and finished her dissertation High School Teachers’ Perceptions of Secondary School Counselor Roles in 2018. Prior to leaving MCPSS, she oversaw the operations of MCPSS’s Envision Virtual Academy, a program that allows students to obtain a high school diploma completely online. Currently, Dr. Roberson is also a learning and development specialist for Imagine Learning.

Dr. Roberson began privately tutoring students for the ACT in 2017. Because of the success rate of the students she tutored, many people urged her to place more emphasis in tutoring and helping more students. Therefore, Dr. Roberson attended ACT’s Teacher Certification program where she went through a week of intense training and testing to become ACT certified.


Dr. Roberson has been married to Marcus Roberson for 17 years. She has a 23 year-old son LeShun, a 16 year-old son, Marcus Junior, and a 16 year-old Godson, Jaden. She loves reading, traveling, and watching sports.


Areas of Certification

State of Mississippi:    English/Language 7th-12th Grade

                                    School Counseling

                                    Educational Leadership (In Progress)

State of Alabama:        English/Language Arts 6th-12th Grade

                                    School Counseling

                                    Educational Leadership 

National:                     ACT Educator Certified

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