The Tutoring Center, Centennial, CO


Tutor helping struggling child with math and science

Dr. Diana Buccafurni-Huber has over 13 years of experience in university education.  She has taught, advised and mentored many undergraduate students, including first-generation students, helping them to achieve their academic goals.  When she is not tutoring students, she volunteers for nonprofit social service and animal rescue organizations. 

Nerissa is currently enrolled at North Carolina A&T University, majoring in journalism.  Nerrisa is a native of Denver, Colorado and attended and graduated high school at the  Denver School of the Arts.  In 2013 Nerissa graduated from the Community College of Aurora with an Associate of Arts degree. In her spare time she enjoys working with various types of medium and has sold and produced several creative art projects.  Nerrisa also enjoys helping in the community and has volunteered many hours helping and preparing food for patients with illnesses.  She is passionate and very involved in her community and has participated in several get out the vote efforts.  Nerrisa has demonstrated that she is a future leader in her community and we are overjoyed to have her working as a tutor and intern at The Tutoring Center, Centennial.

Allen W. Jackson is a military veteran having served 20+ years in the United States Air Force.  Allen spent many years of service in the career fields of Aircraft Maintenance, Instructional System Design, and Education & Training.  Allen has a B.S., in Education and Human Services, from Southern Illinois University and a Master of Science in Information Technology - Security Management  from Colorado Technical University. He has earned and received numerous awards in his career including a Distinguished Graduate Award and the top Air Force level award as "Training Manager of the Year.”  In addition, he has served as a volunteer coach for youth sport programs and enjoys educating adults and children.  Allen loves education and working with kids because it is a joy for him.  He finds it rewarding to see their faces as they learn new things. 

Emma Goodwill is a junior at STEM School Highlands Ranch. She takes classes as a concurrent enrollment student at CU Denver. She is passionate about math, computer science, and physics. Emma plans to double major in computer science and physics after high school graduation. She is enthusiastic about spreading positive, academic experiences. She thinks that everyone is capable of great things educationally, should they be given the proper care and opportunities to grow. Emma is a student officer in the non-profit organization Girls in STEM, does Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and plays piano in her free time. She hopes to create an environment where children can genuinely enjoy learning.

Erika Litson is currently a junior at Arapahoe High School. She holds a 4.0 GPA and prides herself in being an honor student taking advanced placement courses in Chemistry, English Language & Composition. Erika's favorite subjects are math and science and she plans to study Secondary Education and Mathematics. Erika has a passion for working with kids and loves to spend her time helping others to grow academically. In her free time Erika participates in many clubs at school, including Sign Language Club and Link Crew.  Erika is also an active member in her community, serving as a volunteer for Children’s Hospital and CitySquare Denver in addition to distributing first-aid kits to people experiencing the crises of homelessness.  

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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