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:
Scott has worked with Mathnasium, first as a Center Director in Fort Mitchell and now as the Regional Director of four locations, Blue Ash, Mason, West Chester and Fort Mitchell, KY. He came to Mathnasium after working for years in different school settings, from public to private, and brick and mortar to online! He uses the many different experiences to help students achieve high levels of understanding in mathematics. He works closely with all of his Centers' staffs to make sure that they are giving the same emphasis on understanding and passion towards what we do. He still works on instructing students in our one-on-one model but also enjoys being able to cultivate each instructor into the best teacher they can be. When he isn't working you will find him spending time with his wife and two children. He also enjoys being outside and reading books.
Mike Fritts, Regional Director
Mike comes to us with a Degree in Business from Brown Mackie College. He has years of experience coaching and training others. Mike is passionate about helping others achieve their goals. Mike has a friendly hands-on approach to learning. Mike's creative style encourages a fun and effective learning environment. Mike works with the staff members to ensure they give the students an exceptional experience while learning at the Mathnasium Center. In his free time Mike enjoys playing softball, traveling, and spending time with his family and friends. Mike is excited to share his experience and knowledge and to be part of the Mathnasium Team!
Patrick Quinn, Center Director
Patrick has a Bachelor's degree in Aerospace Engineering, but went on to complete a Master's in Pastoral Ministry. He enjoys connecting with students and teaching them how math can be a fascinating puzzle that solve the real-world problems. Patrick started as an Instructor before becoming the Assistant Director and then Center Director. He has a strong understanding of how Mathnasium teaches math, and works with our staff to ensure that our students have a fun and enriching experience in the center. His goal is to see that each student is learning and being challenged in the way that works best for them. In his free time Patrick enjoys hiking, board games, playing music and spending time with his family and friends.
Danthen Dority, Lead Instructor
Danthen is currently in college working towards an engineering degree. He really enjoys connecting with the students and loves the subject of Geometry.
Jay Fields, Lead Instructor
Jay is a junior studying Aerospace Engineering at The Ohio State University. He has been an instructor at Mathnasium for nearly three years. Jay enjoys working with kids to develop their understanding of math concepts. Jay brings experience as well as passion for teaching math at all levels.
Mark Eilers, Lead Instructor
Mark is a graduate from Ohio State with an education degree. He has taught in the Cincinnati Public Schools in the past and continues to make a difference in students' math skills at Mathnasium!
Patrick has a Bachelor's degree in Aerospace Engineering, but went on to complete a Master's in Pastoral Ministry. He enjoys connecting with students and teaching them how math can be a fascinating puzzle that affects the real world.
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|Tues||3:00pm - 7:30pm|
|Wed||3:00pm - 7:30pm|
|Thurs||3:00pm - 7:30pm|
|Sat||10:00am - 1:00pm|
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