The Tutoring Center, Katy TX


Tutoring in Katy, TX.

Tutor helping struggling child with math and science

Gisela Esteva is the Center Director of The Tutoring Center of Katy. She is a Clinical Psychologist with a Master in Business Administration pursuing a doctorate degree in Interdisciplinary Sciences. She has over 15 years of experience in clinical psychology, organizational development and social responsibility. Her work experience is related to diagnostic, evaluation and treatment of patients with different needs. She joined The Tutoring Center Katy in 2013 and since then she is dedicated to help children and families to reach their full potential. She is passionate about community service and she serves public schools, and non-profit organizations. She especially enjoys working with culturally diverse populations and bilingual students. She is a PTA Council Delegate for a local elementary school.

Kristina Baker is the Head Instructor at The Tutoring Center of Katy. Kristina graduated from Katy High School and she has completed her Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Sam Houston State University with a 4.0 G.P.A. She also has a Master’s of Social Work degree from the University of Houston and she enjoys using her social work skills to help the diverse students of the Katy area. Her course work includes writing-based courses and she has specialized knowledge about learning disabilities and behavioral disorders.

Stephanie Chiu graduated from Seven Lakes High School in 2009 in the top ten percent of her class. During her time at SLHS, she took Gifted and Talented and Advanced Placement classes. She also competed in UIL Literary Criticism, in which her team went to state competition twice. After high school, she attended the Naveen Jindal Business School at the University of Texas at Dallas, where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Marketing. Her course work included Applied Calculus, Matrices,Vectors, and their Applications, Managerial Accounting, and  Financial Accounting. She volunteered her time at the student run school newspaper, A Modest Proposal, editing, writing, and illustrating articles including cover images. She is also a publish illustrator, member of the National Forensic Society, and Girl Scout Gold, Silver, and Bronze Award recipient.

Professor Hany Mahdy has a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Geophysics. He has completed more than 200 undergraduate and graduate credit hours in both Mathematics and Geosciences. He spent 5 years working in research and development for a major oil company. Currently, he is a lecturer in Mathematics at Houston Community College. He is planning to go back to school to start his PhD in Mathematics soon.

Christopher Smith has a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from the University of Texas at Austin. He graduated from Alief Taylor High School as a valedictorian. He has taken several math courses through Calculus I,II, III and Linear Algebra. He will soon be serving in the US Navy as a nuclear engineer while pursuing an additional Bachelor’s of Science in Nuclear Engineering. He is excited to help students increase their academic skills and achieve goals they never thought possible.

Md Nabil Ahsan is currently a student in the University of Houston majoring in Computer Science and minoring in Math. He transferred from Houston Community College with a 3.42 GPA. In high school, he studied under the British-based GCE and GCSE curriculum. He has a passion for photography and enjoys helping students with their math skills. Amongst his math courses are Linear Algebra and Calculus 1,2, and 3.

Our classrooms feature an intense learning environment that combines “The Rotational Approach to Learning” and One-To-One Instruction. Both methods were developed by Edward S.Thalheimer, Ph.D., founder of THE TUTORING CENTER. Our innovative system gives your child far more One-to-One Instruction than he or she will ever receive in a classroom full of children, or even in a small group.

You have many choices available for your child, and we want you to make the choice that's in your child's best interest. For instance, many schools provide after-school tutoring or intervention programs for students who are having difficulty in school, and maybe your child has been offered one in the past. Even though these programs are free to families, current research indicates that these programs are inefficient and time-consuming. Since they focus mostly on completing your child's homework, they can not offer you a permanent solution. While school-based tutoring may provide your child with short-term homework help, THE TUTORING CENTER's intense One-to-One Instruction and "The Rotational Approach to Learning™" actually provide your child with long-term skills that will last a lifetime.


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