img_2422Beverly Ruiz

Whittier Branch Manager

California State University Fullerton Graduate, Bachelor of Arts Degree in American Studies

Beverly began with Tutor Zone in 2008. Since then she has contributed to multiple aspects of the company, including the development of the Writers of Tomorrow Program as well as instructing the English portion of the Tutor Zone S.A.T. Preparation Course. Beverly has over 8 years of experience mentoring and tutoring a wide variety of students.


img_2381Cristian Meza

College: Cal State Fullerton

Subjects: History, English, and Spanish

Major: American Studies

Cristian aspires to teach American History at a college level.  He enjoys song writing as well as working in music production during his down time.


Christina Goettsch

College: Cal State Fullerton

Subjects: English, Math, Reading, and Writing

Major: English

Christina aspires to pursue teaching or something in the law field once she graduates from school.



Destinee Maldonado

College: East Los Angeles College

Subjects: Math, English, and Sciences

Major: Biology

Destinee plans on majoring in medicine in order to one day become a surgeon.



Heather Bosheth

College: Biola University

Subjects: Math, History, and English

Major: Elementary Education

Heather plans to start teaching the third grade in the Fall of 2017.  She eventually wants to teach the new comer classes of purely English Language Learners.


Jerome Marquez

College: Cal Poly Pomona

Subjects: Math

Major: Civil Engineering

Jerome aspires to be able to work on a large project like building a bridge or a skyscraper.  He wants to eventually have a firm that focuses on transportation.

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Jessica Medina

College: Mount Saint Mary’s University

Subjects: Reading, Writing, and Math

Major: Film and Television

Jessica is currently pursuing her Master of Fine Arts in film at Mount Saint Mary’s University.  She would like to eventually teach film studies at the high school or college level.

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Jessica Willis

College: Whittier College

Subjects: Math and English

Major: Psychology and Child Development

Once Jessica finished her undergrad, she plans on obtaining her Psy.D in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in children and adolescents.

img_2359Jesus Montes

College: California Polytechnic University, Pomona

Subjects: Math and Physics

Major: Aerospace Engineering

Jesus wants to work for the Near-Earth Object Program at NASA once he graduates.

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College: Cal State Fullerton

Subjects: Math, Reading, English, History, and Spanish

Major: Child and Adolescent Development

Marissa learned how to read music by playing handbells in high school and has traveled to many places including Dublin, Ireland.

img_2355Micaela Kissick

College: Whittier College

Subjects: Math and History

Major: Anthropology

Micaela has spent two weeks in Costa Rica volunteering with the National Geographic.


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Stephanie deLeon

College: California State University, Fullerton

Subjects: Pre-K and Math (up to Algebra)

Major: Child and Adolescent Development

Stephanie plans on eventually becoming either an elementary or middle school teacher as well as a soccer coach.


Victoria Gonzalez

College: Whittier College

Subjects: Math, English, and Science

Major: English/Creative Writing

Victoria aspires to become a high school english teacher.  She also hopes to give back to the community by making a positive impact on children’s education.


Yasmine Diego

College: Cal State Fullerton

Subjects: Spanish / Math

Major: Business

Yasmine’s dream job is to become a pilot in the Air Force. Yasmine’s best experience at Tutor Zone was helping a student pass his ASVAB to go to the Marine Corps.

Tutor Zone Methodology

Many tutoring organizations can claim to have individualized instruction, but Tutor Zone is one tutoring center that promises one full hour of one-on-one tutoring. This gives the opportunity for the student and tutor to work on concepts they are sturggling with. Furthermore, your child will work with the same tutor every single time which allows them to build a solid relationship with one another.

Why Tutor Zone

Tutor Zone has been a place that has helped solidify skills for students for the past 5 years. We understand students may not want to go to tutoring. However, our methods and our approach towards education make learning enjoyable. This is one place we assure parents their children will love coming to. Each individualized lessons breaks down concepts in step by step making sure students grasp the concept and don't just memorize.