The Cornerstone of making learning fun and long-lasting is...great teachers. Our amazing teachers provide professional academic instruction in Math, Science, and English. Our educational goal is based on a proven system designed to accommodate the individual needs of each student. Each tutoring session is student-centered to deliver a consistent, creative and enthusiastic learning environment. Our emphasis and focus will be on mastering the process of problem solving and specific "personal need" academic skill development. We provide our students with the practical tools and reinforcement of lessons learned and sustained knowledge applications and disciplines. Our teachers fully understand that an impactful academic support system begins and grows from a positive learning experience. Our areas of focus include test prep, science, math as well as study skills, homework support and test anxiety support. Our teachers embrace the opportunity to help our students learn, improve test scores and truly believe in their own academic potential.

We have open enrollment, so please contact us at anytime to set up a customized program to improve your child's academic skills. Tutoring is different for every student. It is very important to discuss your goals with the director to determine what is best for your child.

Our  Staff

Director: Mo Mitchell has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering Technology (University of Houston) and has been teaching children for over 33 years and tutoring students in college algebra/trigonometry for 20 years. Mo is an amazing motivator and is dedicated to higher education. Mo currently teaches math in the Pasadena ISD and in two school years his students had a 100% pass rate on the STARR algebra test. In addition to his teaching success on the a the academic side, Mo has also coached gymnastics for 37 years and has trained regional and national champions. He coached gymnastics for 18 years at the NCAA DI collegiate level and was head coach at the University of Kentucky for 7 years. Mo is an advocate for children and truly enjoys the academic side of learning.

Jose Cabrera  is excited about sharing his passions for the STEM  field with his students. Jose graduated from Texas Southern University, earning a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics with a minor in Chemistry. Since then Jose has taught and successfully accommodated students with learning disabilities including dyslexia, dysgraphia, ADHD, and OCD for the past 3 years. Prior to that Jose worked as a Teacher Development Specialist for HISD and tutored kids of all ages. He has an innate passion to spread his love for math and science through teaching. Kids grow to love these subjects whenever exposed to the material properly. 

Jhessye Moore - Thomas  ​graduated from the University of Central Florida August 2009 with BS in Biology. She has over five years of teaching experience including,  teaching math, science and the arts in a classroom setting. Additionally she specializes in teaching Biology, General Chemistry, Algebra I and Algebra II. She also has 3 years of research experience which involved working as a forest ecologist via a partnership with Harvard Forest, Harvard University and UCF.  Ms. Moore-Thomas also has experience teaching English, especially to foreign language students as she possesses a Teaching English as a Foreign Language(TEFL). She taught in Chongqing, China for a year as a English Specialist at a Montessori Kindergarten. Her teaching objective is to make learning fun and also establish boundaries in a learning environment that facilitates an inviting and engaging atmosphere for her students.