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:
Stephen Apeaz, Instructor
Stephen is currently attending Cal State Fullerton University as a Molecular Biology and Biotechnology major. He likes to work with the kids because its fun interacting with them and teaching them math so they can have a more successful future. He loves making everything fun, especially math. On his free time he likes going on adventures with friends such as hiking, swimming, or playing a classic sports game like soccer or basketball.
Jose Estrada, Instructor
Jose earned a B.S degree in Chemistry and is currently pursuing his M.S degree in Chemistry at California State University, Fullerton. As a college student he first started tutoring for the AVID program at Portola Middle School and later for the math department at California State University, Fullerton. In his spare time he enjoys playing strategy games.
John Park, Instructor
John is currently attending Chapman University and is studying Mathematics and Computer Science. He first started to tutor AP Calculus in high school and realized that he enjoyed it. John enjoys helping his friends from school with math because it helps keep many different math concepts fresh in his mind. In his free time, John likes to play video games and basketball with his friends.
Kaitlynn Shattuck, Instructor
Kaitlynn is currently attending Santiago Canyon College, with plans to transfer to University of California in Irvine as an Applied Physics Major in the near future. She has long held a fascination with the applications of mathematics, which has fueled her love for learning.
Sabrina Solis, Instructor
Sabrina is a student at Cal State Fullerton. She is majoring in Business Management and is in the Business Honors program. She was the captain of her High School Varsity soccer team. Sabrina used to volunteer at the daycare of her Church; she liked working with the kids and learning how to teach different personalities. She enjoys tutoring math because there are many ways the kids can apply it to real life.
Adam Bender, Community Relationships Coordinator
Adam earned his Bachelor's degree in Business and Communication from the University of Southern California and is a proud Trojan. Adam is thankful that his longtime passion for working with kids and the community is now intertwined with his career. He grew up giving back to his community by coaching basketball at the Boys & Girls Club, working with underprivileged youth in South Los Angeles, volunteering with the Special Olympics, and tutoring his high school peers. Adam was the Center Director at Mathnasium of North Santa Clarita for its opening year, where he worked to make the Center an integral part of the community, and he is now applying that experience to several centers. Adam believes there is no greater reward than helping kids learn, thrive and feel confident in their abilities and is very excited about introducing mathnasium to a wider audience to help more children understand math and see their confidence reach its fullest potential.