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:
Lenny Christine, Center Director
Lenny Christine earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Accounting from California State University of Fullerton in 2001, and has worked as a Trust Accountant for United Retirement Plan Consultants for the past 11 years. Lenny has always had a great passion for teaching children. She understands the importance of developing a child's Number Sense, and looks forward to sharing her love of math with your children. Lenny and her husband & business partner, Sandy, are the proud parents of two young boys.
Miranda Murarik, Assistant Director / Instructor
Miranda Murarik is a current undergraduate student at Azusa Pacific University. She is studying to be a researcher in the field of Psychology. She graduated from Etiwanda High school in the top 5% of her class. Having struggled with math in middle school, and later overcoming this difficulty, she understands the needs of the students. She loves both interacting with and observing children. She is passionate about giving students the tools they need to succeed.
Patrick Powers, Assistant Director / Lead Instructor
Patrick was graduated from Etiwanda High School in 2013 and he was in the top 20% of his class. All four years, he took upper level classes including many Advanced Placement courses, one of which was AP Calculus. He is currently attending Chaffey College and then he plans on transferring to either Cal Poly Pomona or Cal Poly San Luis Obispo where he will pursue his degree in Civil Engineering and Architecture. Hi dream is to travel and learn about architecture all over the world and design and create architectural feats of my own. In his free time he enjoys reading and exercising. He love being able to help children with math because he feel that it is one of the most important tools that they will be able to utilize in their future.
Vincent Abadines, Instructor
Vincent is a student at Valley College studying for a career teaching in math and science. He believes that math makes sense when we can to see it in the world around us and in aspects of our daily lives. He hopes that his knowledge and experience can help his students with finding a better understanding of math and spark their curiosity to always seek asking more questions.
Jason Hernandez, Instructor
Jason is a Math Major student at Cal State, San Bernardino (Go Coyotes!) and is studying to be a high school math teacher. Math is involved in everything he does as he is also a swing dancer/teacher, off-ice hockey official in Ontario, and plays piano on the side. He believes that math is all around us, and when we can see the beauty of math in our world, it can become a very beautiful thing.
Andy Alfaro, Instructor
Andy graduated Kaiser High School in the top 20%. After graduating and being undecided what to do, he enlisted in the US Army where he served for six years. It was there that he decided to continue his education and enrolled as a transfer student from San Bernardino Valley College where he majored in applied mathematics. He now attends Cal Poly Pomona and majors in Applied Math and Statistics. His goal is to Double major at Cal Poly Pomona with a graduation goal of 2017 and work in either finance or accounting.
Arhem Khokhar, Instructor
My name is Arhem Khokhar and I graduated from etiwanda high school in 2016 in the top 5% of my class. I currently majoring in Business Economics at University of California, Riverside. My love for math came from watching basketball and paying attention to the stats, and my time as a youth basketball coach helped create my joy of working with kids. I grew to love math by seeing it in the sports world, and I want kids to appreciate math in the same way, by seeing it in whatever they enjoy. My goal in life is to become an accountant or financial analyst for a sports team or company, and to continue to help students appreciate math.
Ramiro Gallegos, Instructor
My name is Ramiro and I graduated in the top 10% of my high school. Immediately following my graduation, I enrolled into the University of California, Santa Barbara where I lived and studied for three years. My intended major was Financial Mathematics and Statistics with a minor in Physics. I am currently in the process of transferring to a local university (either Cal Poly Pomona or Harvey Mudd of the Claremont Colleges). I believe that math is the most beautiful part of our inhabitance of Earth; it provides us with a means to understand and truly interpret the wonderful things happening around us. It is this belief that I would like to pass on to the youths, so that they too can have the tools to understand the complex world we live in.
Kaprea Devila , Instructor
Kaprea graduated from Etiwanda High School, Class of 2013. She took several Advanced Placement classes, including AP Calculus. She was a part of her school's Summa Cum Laude, placing her in the top 15% of her class. She is very active at her church, Water of Life, and has great leadership abilities. Currently, she is attending Life Pacific Bible College in San Dimas pursuing a Bachelor's Communications. She loves children, and believes it is important to lead them in the right direction by being a positive influence and setting an example of what it means to be diligent and work hard towards your goals.
Christian Tejeda, Instructor
Christian Tejeda is currently a student at Cal Poly Pomona studying Mathematics with an emphasis on Secondary Education, pursuing a career in teaching math to high school students. He desires to help and encourage those students that find math difficult or confusing. Christian is passionate about teaching the fundamental math skills necessary for students to reach their goals. He loves the fact that math is an essential tool to help us make sense of the world around us and can also be used to make this world a better place.
Kimberly Coronel, Instructor
Kimberly Coronel is a Civil Environmental Engineering undergraduate student who stands as a 4th Year at Cal Poly Pomona. She is a highly motivated student professional who is involved in various clubs on campus that focus on professional development, building design, and water/wastewater projects. She continuously contributes to executing events/workshops, preparing students for conferences, career fairs, interviews, etc. With the mentoring of upperclassman, she was able to grow as a leader and professional. She now shares her knowledge and experience as an upcoming engineer to inspire others to pursue a challenging career that requires a passion for Mathematics and Physics.
Anthony Oceguera, Instructor
Anthony Oceguera was graduated from John F. Kennedy Middle College High School in 2014. He is attending Cal Poly Pomona pursuing a degree in Physics and he plans to eventually pursue a Master's in engineering physics or electrical engineering. He loves learning about science and understanding how the world works and he believes the key to understanding the physical world lies in the foundations of math. The early years of a child's education in math will become a key part of their mastery in the subject and I want to help them succeed.