Robert Cotter

Class of 2006
Bobby graduated from Illinois State University in 2014 with a B.A in Secondary Education. He did his student teaching at Roosevelt High School. During college, he was an online sports columnist for The Daily Vidette and later a featured columnist for The Bleacher Report. Bobby was also 2014 Golden Gloves Champ for his weight class. Bobby was accepted to Northwestern Law School 2016.  During this time he was a Civil Rights Law Clerk for the Council on American-Islamic relations and for  the United States Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights. He was also the Associate Editor for the Northwestern Journal of Law and Social Policy.
Bobby received a Juris Doctor from Northwestern Pritzker School of Law in  May 2019. He will be heading to Washington DC to work in policy for Third Way , a not for profit think tank whose mission statement is

“We are fighting for opportunity, so everyone has the chance to earn a good life; progress on social issues, so all have the freedom to live the lives they choose; and security, so we are protected from 21st century global threats.”

George Stavros Adams

Class of 2007  
George attended Northridge Prep High School in Niles, IL and excelled both academically and athletically. He was on the Dean’s list all four years and earned the following honors: National Honors Society, Illinois State Scholar, Debate Nationals, Math Team, Scholar Athlete award, AP Scholar. He was the Salutatorian, graduating second in his class in 2011. George attended the University of Illinois at Urbana where he received a Masters in Accounting Science. George is an Expert Testimony Analyst at Ocean Tomo.
“Our minds and our hearts are amused in different ways. The former is the source of logic; the latter is the source of passion. Plato Academy reconciled these two seemingly contradictory principles, and it has made me a better student and most of all, a better person.”

George Theotokatos

Class of 2007
George attended St Viator High school where he graduated with honors. He received a B.A. in Communications, Advertising, and Public Relations from St. Louis University. He was a member of the Psi Theta Communications Honor Society and a four-year coordinator of Relay for Life. George received a Master’s Degree in Higher Education Administration at Western Illinois University. He was Assistant Director of Orientation and New Student Programs at Suffolk University in Boston. He then moved back to Chicago and became the Program Coordinator for the Office of student Involvement at DePaul University.
He also is a Freelance Graphic Designer conceptualizing  and creating digital and print media for clients across the United States. In February,2019 George became a Program Manager for Leadership Greater Chicago, a civic leadership development program that immerses promising leaders from the private, nonprofit, and public sectors in the major socioeconomic issues facing the greater Chicago area.