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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:

Center Directors

Owner/Center Director

Meghan Hunter, Owner/Center Director

Meghan, a 1992 graduate of Texas Tech University and former Certified Teacher for the State of Texas, is fulfilling a personal dream of having an education-based business that serves the children of the community she calls home. Meghan has always had a love for mathematics. After obtaining her teaching certification from the University of North Texas and getting into the classroom, she soon discovered that not all of her students shared this warm, fuzzy feeling for numbers. After her son attended Mathnasium of Southlake, Meghan started exploring the business. It was at a meeting in Los Angeles that Larry Martinek, the developer of the Mathnasium Method, said something that helped her ultimately decide to open her own center. Larry said, “Kids don’t really HATE math. They hate being confused and thinking that they are the only ones that don’t get it.”  Mathnasium just makes sense to kids and parents. As the owner of Mathnasium of Boerne, Meghan has found a business that allows her to work with children and be a productive part of a special community.

 

Jordan Feierabend, Assistant Center Director

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Mary McElyea, Administrative Assistant

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Instructors

Dante Gonzales, Instructor

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Hannah Tabet, Instructor

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James Johnson, Instructor

James moved to Boerne, Texas in the 3rd grade. James was a member of the second gradauting class of Samuel V. Champion High School. James holds a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics with a Minor in Education from Schreiner University. James enjoys changing lives through math by helping students realize the relevance and importance of mathematical concepts - not just mechanical solution steps. 

Favorite Number: 42 because "it is the answer to all things".

Favorite Math Joke: I don't know why my teacher keeps asking me to find their x

 

Keely Ramirez, Instructor

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Madi Lowe, Instructor

Madison is from Tampa, Florida, but moved to Fair Oaks Ranch, Texas 4 years ago and graduated from Samuel V. Champion High School. Madison is a sophomore at the University of Texas - San Antonio majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Education Math/Science Grades 4-8. Madison joined Mathnasium of Boerne to increase her capacity to educate kids in the area of mathematics. In five years, Madison sees herself leading innovation in the classroom. 

Favorite Number: 3, because it is "elite"

Favorite Math Joke: Why do you never argue with a circle? Because it's pointless!

 

 

Noah Endermann, Instructor

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Orren Smith, Instructor

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Sara McClungSara McClung, Lead Instructor

Sara is from Boerne, Texas and gradauted from Samuel V. Champion High School in 2020. Sara is a sophomore at American Public University where she is majoring in Accounting. Sara enjoys working at Mathnasium of Boerne with like-minded student-centered individuals and is motivated by the success of her students each session. In five years, Sara sees herself at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas completing her Bachelor degree. 

Favorite Number: Sara's favorite number is 17 because it's for the Dancing Queens.

Favorite Math Joke: Why can't a nose be 12 inches? Because then it would be a foot!