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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:


 Andrew Soloman,
 Center Owner



Andrew graduated Cume Laude with a BS in Political Science and is currently a Masters in Public Administration candidate at the Andrew Young School for International Policy. After graduation, he headed "west" working across the resort hospitality industry in leadership roles in sales, marketing and operations. Most recently, he worked with local governments around the country, improving their waste management efficiency through the latest green technologies. Andrew believes strongly that given the right environment, all children can become stronger math students. This leads to critical thinking skills that open up possibilities once thought impossible. Math, like life, begins with confidence.



 John Casaburri, 

Center Director



John is currently an undergrad at Georgia Tech majoring in Applied Mathematics and minoring in Economics, and he has future graduate school plans to attend Georgetown, where he is looking to get his degree in Sports Studies. He recently finished up an internship with the Atlanta Falcons, working with the Analytics and Statistics team, and before that, he worked as a Calculus II tutor at Georgia Tech and a lead Taekwondo instructor. His future goals eventually include working in the front office of an NFL team. John is very passionate about working with kids, believing that every kid has the capacity and ability to do whatever math is put in front on them. Motivation and positive reinforcement are the keys to unlocking a kid's true potential.



 Eli McKenzie III, 




Eli is a graduate of Georgia Tech, a licensed CPA, and a member of Mensa. He has worked in corporate finance and taught accounting at Georgia Tech. He adores children and enjoys motivating them to view math in a positive light. Eli's highest aspiration is to make the world a better place through his compassion and service towards others.