Our staff is built to teach each student individually, to develop the skills they need to thrive in mathematics, and to foster a love of learning.

Sandra R.

Assistant Center Director
Sandra has over 20 years of teaching experience in the public, private and homeschool settings. An alumni of Oklahoma Baptist University with a B.S. in Secondary Math Education, Sandra has built a successful career in education. She brings expertise and professionalism to the Trophy Club team. In her free time, Sandra enjoys spending time outdoors camping, hiking, and kayaking. She enjoys volunteering with her church and organizing youth events. Favorite Number: 7, because it's in both her children's birthdates. I love Mathnasium because: I am excited about helping kids build math skills so they can do math with confidence.

Bethany A.

Education Coordinator
Mrs. Abbott joined our team as a retired Kinder-8th teacher from NISD. Her love for teaching and encouraging children to succeed in math has become the driving force in her joining our extraordinary team of instructors. Her comphrensive math understanding and expertise in education has enriched the lives of our students and staff alike. During her career she was awarded NISD Teacher of the Year, Roanoke Elementary School in 1999 and then recognized again as Teacher of the Year, Medlin Middle School in 2009. Favorite Number: 3, because it is the smallest odd prime number. There are only 3 primary colors, and with an endless combinations they bring great beauty into our world. I love Mathnasium because: The diagnostic assessment is so comphrensive that it builds a unique learning plan for intentional practice until the student achieves mastery level. The "Mathnasium Method" constructs mental relationships and make connections in increasingly sophisticated ways.


Jennifer is attending her third year at the University of North Texas where she is pursuing a degree in Biology. During university, Jennifer has been recognized on both the Dean's list and the President's List for her high academic achievements. During her free time, Jennifer enjoys trying new things and working on different art projects. She likes to draw, paint and is teaching herself how to sew. Jennifer is fluent in Spanish. Fun Fact: Jennifer has a pet turtle. Favorite Number: 8 because it's an important number in music. Amazing to think all the music we hear is made up of the same 8 notes! In Five Years: Jennifer wants to be studying marine biology in graduate school or attending veterinary school. Jennifer loves Mathnasium because: She enjoys helping others find their confidence in math. She especially likes helping students understand how to solve math problems that were confusing or frustrating. It's special to her to see the moment when the solution finally clicks for the student!


Laura graduated from Texas Wesleyan University in 2022 with a B.S. in biology and chemistry. Laura also graduated from Eaton High School in 2019. During university, Laura has done scientific research in organic chemistry, biochemistry, and microbiology. Currently, Laura is preparing for medical school and hopes to become a physician scientist. During her free time, Laura enjoys listening to music, playing with her cats, and hanging out with her friends. She has been part of the team since August 2019, and has experience working with the students in person and online. Fun Fact: Laura has been to all 50 states Favorite Number: 144, because it has so many factors (1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 12, 16, 18, 24, 36, 48, 72, and 144) In Five Years: Laura will be in medical school! Laura loves Mathnasium because: She has been able to get to know the students and watch them grow up. Watching math skills improve is a rewarding experience for both the students and her.


Cole is a student at Parker University pursuing an degree in RT. He is a graduate of Byron Nelson High School , where he successful completed math courses through Calculus BC. He brings a joy of math and unique charm to his role as an instructor. Favorite Number: Aleph null, because it is the smallest infinity invented by Georg Cantor. It is a numerical representation of the cardinality. In five years, I will be: working in radiology. I love Mathnasium because: there is a strong sense of community with staff and students. I have always enjoyed math and teaching Mathnasium gives me the chance to do both!


Levi was also a former student at Mathnasium. He graduated from Saginaw High School and is pursuing his undergraduate degree at UTA. He hopes to pursue a career in the automotive industry. His goal is become a car designer. He played saxophone in his high school band, and now plays for his church. He loves cars, music, movies, and video games. Favorite Number: 4 In five years, I will: be a car designer or work in the automotive industry. Fun Fact: At his high school prom, he was voted "most likely to be late to graduation."


@Home Lead Instructor
Pranav is a sophomore at the University of South Florida majoring in Biomedical Sciences. Once he completes his undergraduate degree he aspires to attend medical school. He has enjoyed participating in several activities while at Colleyville Heritage High School including: Math UIL, Science Olympiad, DECA and Science National Honor Society. He was recognized as a National Merit Commended Scholar and AP Scholar with Distinction. Pranav excelled most in Math and obtained a 5 on both his Calculus AB and BC AP Exams in his 9th,10th grade year of High School. Favorite Number: 729, because of the fact that it is both the square and the cube of a different integer. It's equivalent to 9 cubed as well as 27 squared. In five years, I will be: I hope to be in medical school working towards becoming a doctor. Additionally, I hope to become more involved in machine learning and its applications in the medical field. I love Mathnasium because: of how it is able to help young students, some of whom maybe struggling with mathematics, to overall develop a greater appreciation for the subject and to understand how mathematical concepts can be used in the real world.

Our Mathnasium Mission

Teach children math so they understand it, master it, and love it. Math can change their lives, and they can change the world.

What I love about Mathnasium is the ability to teach problem-solving skills and make math make sense, while also making a student smile.
Amber W., Mathnasium Instructor

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