Our specially trained math instructors will teach your child how to understand math in an individual setting; our unique approach enables us to explain concepts really well and lend a helping hand to every student. Our tutors foster a caring, encouraging environment that helps kids thrive and learn! Read below to learn more about our talented team:
Chris, Center Director
Chris graduated from Faulkner State Community College with a degree in engineering and majored in Mechanical Engineering at The University of South Alabama. Throughout his career math has been a major part of his success and has given him the ability to be a problem solver. He loves how math gives our minds the abilities to problem solve not only in numbers but in every day life situations. In his free time he enjoys coaching and mentoring others in business, sports, and in life. He has a strong sports background which gives him the tools to coach, create a team atmosphere, and pull out the talents of others on and off the field. He believes every person has the ability to be great and successful with the right coach and/or mentor in their life. He loves to win and with the right tools and teammates around , he believes we can all win!
Mitchell, Assistant Director
Mitchell is currently a fourth year at California State University Long Beach. He is currently majoring in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics, and has loved math for as long as he could remember. He loves seeing the students come through the door every day and strives to explain mathematical concepts in the simplest and most efficient way possible whether it be for children still finger counting or high school or college students pulling their hair out in Calculus. He finds great enjoyment of applying the mathematics hes learned into modeling real world situations or events and hopes to inspire others to love math as much as he does.
lsmael, Lead Instructor
Ismael has an Associates in Mathematics and in Physics from Cypress College. He currently attends CSUF as a Mechanical Engineering major. Before working for Mathnasium, he was an assisstant plumber/ electrician /handy-man and a Math tutor (algebra geometry, algebra II, Trigonometry, Calculus 1, Calculus 2, Calculus 3, Linear Algebra with Differential equations) and Physics tutor (mechanics, electromagnetism, thermodynamics, simple harmonic motion, statics, dynamics, etc.) at Cypress College. Ismael have been in martial art for 13 years. During his free time, he enjoys reading comic books and plays video games.
Vicki is currently a third year at California State University Long Beach. She is currently pursuing a bachelor's degree in Education. Ever since she was young, her future dream was to become an elementary school teacher. To reach that goal, she has constantly occupied herself with opportunities to work with kids. From her high school years till now, Vicki has volunteered in many elementary schools and summer camps to enrich her learning experience with children. She believes that teaching is like a two-way street. She is helping her students learn and they are helping her learn as well. Whether it is babysitting, teaching piano, or tutoring math, working with kids is one of her top enjoyments in life. In her leisure time, she likes to draw, make crafts, play piano, and pet dogs.
Kaila is currently a senior at John F. Kennedy High School. She has worked with kids through volunteering at Tiger Woods Learning Center and assumed leadership skills through her positions as co-captain of the JFK tennis team. Kayla enjoys playing tennis and strives to strengthen her skills in digital arts. While art is one of her main passions, math will always be Kayla's top priority.
Talmon has been tutoring for several years in a wide range of topics. His favorite topic is Calculus! Talmon is currently studying at the University of California, Irvine. He is a Math Major and loves the challenge of learning new concepts. Talmon loves to travel, and Canada is his favorite destination. Talmon has been volunteering his time for many years helping a wide range of students understand math.