The Jaxon Files

About The Jaxon Files

Welcome to The Jaxon Files, an educational platform designed for your success or strive for knowledge. Our goal is to ensure your learning and basic foundation of standard courses, such as literature and science by building upon your current knowledge and expanding it to levels that you have only ever dreamed of reaching. Put yourself in our hands, and we will take you on a journey of intellectual ingenuity to broaden your horizons, open up new opportunities, and develop future skills that might be useful in a working environment.

Our resources and databanks are only of the highest quality—there will never be any extraneous information that deters from the meaning of the lesson. The Jaxon Files provides excellent lesson plans that consist only of correct, proper, and developed data. If you have any questions regarding our teachings or mannerisms, please contact us at any time.

Our Team

Jackson Isenberg

My name is Jackson Isenberg. I am a first year at the Georgia Institute of Technology and am majoring in computer science. I am the founder and owner of The Jaxon Files and have been running the site since it was a small subdomain back in 2015. As my opening to the world of programming, this website introduced me to web development and served later as a gateway to my knack for artificial intelligence, scriptures, OOP, and operating systems. I currently serve as the head mentor for the Alpharetta High School Robotics Club after graduating as the Vice-President of the club in 2020. My hobbies and interests include programming, educating, writing, drawing, and watching anime.

Adithya Vasudev

My name is Adithya Vasudev, and I am a freshman at the Georgia Institute of Technology majoring in computer science. I am a contributor to The Jaxon Files, mainly working on the math section since 2020. I aim to use The Jaxon Files platform as a means of spreading my knowledge and teaching resources to a greater audience. My hobbies include programming, teaching, and sports.

When School Just Isn't Enough