The Tutoring Center, Arlington TX


The Tutoring Center, Arlington TX 


Khan and Alpana Mosleh, residents of Arlington, TX since 1982, moved to the area as college students. After they were married, they remained in the area and raised their two successful sons.

Khan Mosleh has a Master Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Entrepreneurship. As an Adjunct Instructor for UMUC-Europe, he found instructing military students a very rewarding experience. Continuing his role as educator, Khan’s objective is to motivate his students toward a level of independence, developing in them a desire to learn. Mr. Mosleh encourages students to discover the role of diversity in moderating human behavior and critical thinking. To him, the privilege of teaching is a gift that should never be taken for granted.

Alpana Mosleh
Alpana Mosleh has a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from Lock Haven State University, PA. She is an acting Center Director and has been teaching Math and Science for Fort Worth ISD for more than 20 years. It is critical for her to create a personable and safe learning atmosphere. Her ideal class is one where students know that she is genuinely invested in their academic advancement and are able to ask questions freely. The learning process is best served when there is a collaborative effort between students and the instructor. 

Head Instructor: Patricia Parks

Ms. Parks completed her undergraduate degree at UTPB and her Master's in Educational Leadership from UTPA. She has taught for over 19 years. While teaching at Lyford Elementary, she was recognized multiple times Who's Who among American Teachers. Ms. Patricia Parks, our new Head Instructor for the tutoring center, hard at work to make sure our students receive the top instruction from our tutors. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, her current favorite book series is the Harry Potter series.

Instructor: Onyx Mosleh 
Has a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from the University of Texas at Arlington. While juggling academics, he served as President of the UTA chapter of Delta Epsilon Psi Fraternity, Inc., and still made the Dean's List twice. He graduated in December of 2015 and currently works as a Business Analyst. Onyx's passion is to help others thrive and succeed by volunteering locally and mentoring those who are seeking to further their education.

We welcome our newest members, Zachary Halepseka, Marquiana Steele, Henry Phi Nguyen to The Tutoring Center at Arlington. 

Zachary is a student of Political Science currently studying at Mountain View College. 

Mariana is a student at Univ. of Texas at Arlington studying Software Engineering.

Hi there! My name is Henry Phi Nguyen and I’m super excited for the opportunity to work at the Tutoring Center! I’m a recent graduate of the Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science (TAMS), an early-college entrance program at the University of North Texas where I spent my junior and senior years of high school taking university classes. Next year, I plan to study Information Systems at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburg. My favorite subjects would definitely be math and computer science, so feel free to hit me up if you’re an aspiring programmer too! Besides school, I love playing frisbee, binging TV shows (some of my favorite are Black Mirror, How I Met Your Mother, and Rick & Morty), and learning more about computers. Hope to see you here soon!

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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