Mathnasium 3708 Cheek Sparger Road, #110, Bedford TX 76021 (682) 503-6035


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We are currently observing Tarrant County COVID-19 orders and are open for in center instruction with guidelines followed. Call and get set up for Mathnasium@home instruction if you wish!

Our Team

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:



Lyndsey Smith, M.Ed., Director of Operations & Owner 

Lyndsey's goal is to help the community of Euless, Bedford and Colleyville in MAKING MATH MAKE SENSE. Lyndsey holds a Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis on teacher leadership from Regent University and a Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship from Liberty University. "Working as a instructor at Mathnasium during my undergraduate education, I knew that Mathnasium would be a huge part of my life," Lyndsey says. This journey of 3 centers is just the beginning!




  **A Note on Our Instructors

All of our instructors are specially trained to work with children at their level and to teach math in a way that makes sense to them.  Our instructors must pass a mathematics competency test to demonstrate proficiency in math, as well as complete an evaluation day to gauge their ability to work directly with our children, all before being hired. In addition, our instructors are continually learning, because here at Mathnasium we believe there is always room for improvement, and we know you want the best for your children. 


Ladi Oyediran, Assistant Center Director

Favorite number: 0 - Because it shook up the Mathematics Society when it was implemented and explored as "whole way" of representing "nothing". It was kind of crazy!

Fun fact: There are different classes of Infinity, the Ratio that "Pi" represents in a circle is kind of a hint towards understanding that in a circle

Favorite Math Joke: "Why 6 afraid of 7? Because 7 8 0"

Quote: "Pure Mathematics is, in its way, the poetry of logical ideas" - Albert Einstein



Hiba Khan, Instructor

Brayden Stevenson, Instructor

Abhi Reddi, Instructor