Santa Clarita


B.F.A. New York University
15 years experience


Originally from San Diego, Noah Fish attended New York University’s prestigious Tisch School of the Arts and has built a career in education supported by his rich training in theater arts. He first developed a love for teaching when he founded Source 4 Studios, an intensive for high schoolers that addressed language arts, theater, music, and college preparation.

Over the past 12 years of teaching, Noah’s passion for the arts and education has cultivated an attentiveness and compassion that he brings to each student. His adaptability allows him to bridge the gap between left- and right-brain skills, helping demystify a math section for a strong verbal scorer or break down a reading passage into quantifiable, actionable steps.

As one of a small, hand-selected team of ArborBridge Coaches, Noah empowers his students to achieve their goals through individualized work in executive functioning, test-taking foundations, and testing mindset strategies. With thousands of teaching hours, he has helped students of all walks slay the dragon of “test anxiety” and tap into the confidence they need to achieve their goals. An expert in teaching all sections of the SAT & ACT, Noah has seen score improvements as high as 14 points on the ACT.

Noteworthy Accomplishments

  • Noah helped an ACT student overcome severe test anxiety and turn a 17 into a 31.
  • Noah’s ACT students regularly improve as much as 4 to 8 points composite, and his SAT students regularly improve by over 200 points.

Fun Facts

  • Noah played Fred in a worldwide tour of Scooby-Doo the musical.
  • He founded Source 4 Studios, a summer intensive for high school students.

Areas of Expertise

  • ACT