TRUE NORTH TUTORING
STRIVING FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE
Mondays 4-8PM | 120 West Columbia, Aliso Viejo, CA
Through this tutoring program, True North seeks to partner with parents and teachers throughout Orange County and help high school students maximize their success in the classroom. Every Monday evening, high schoolers have an opportunity to get subject-specific help from credentialed, experienced high school teachers and qualified tutors. All students are welcome to take part in regularly offered study skills sessions in our independent study hall.
Study hall is open from 4-8pm for independent work or group projects. At all times a teacher will be available to answer basic math or English questions.
Free Snacks available at every Tutoring session!
True Coffee will be serving $2 coffee drinks during each Tutoring from 4-8 pm.
There will be NO tutoring on the following Mondays:
- April 3rd
- April 10th
In 2012, Mr. Sherreitt retired from teaching after 39 years. he was one of the original teachers at El Toro High School and spent his entire career there. Mr. Sherreitt attended Point Loma Nazarene University and received his undergrad in Christian Ministry, then earned his math credential from UCI. He taught many different math classes while at El Toro, including Algebra 1 & 2, Math Analysis, Geometry, and Pre-Calculus.
After earning a degree in mechanical engineering from Vanderbilt University and a teaching credential from California State University of Los Angeles, Mr. Pankhurst taught math at Fountain Valley High School for 38 years. In his time at Fountain Valley he taught all mathematics courses and all grade levels. Since 1983 he has served as an Adjunct Math Instructor at Orange Coast College. Paul Pankhurst has been married 33 years and has 9 grandchildren.
Mr. Cox has taught 17 years as an English teacher at Aliso Niguel High School. He received his bachelor’s degree in English Literature from UC Berkeley and also his MA in Language and Literacy. Mr. Cox received his credential from University of California Irvine. Ryan also serves as a True North Leader at the Aliso/Dana Small Group.
Ms. Horton earned a Masters Degree from UCI in Spanish Literature and Literary Criticism. For the past 18 years she has taught on all levels of Spanish in several colleges in Southern California. Currently Ms. Horton teaches at Saddleback College, IVC, OCC and Fullerton College.
Mr. Kelley is a current professor of math, statistics and business courses in the School for Professional Studies at Vanguard University of Southern California, since 1996. 35 years experience in business with primary focus of interactive consultation with small business owners. Have a BA from University of Washington and MBA from Pepperdine University. Upon graduating college, served as a US Marine Corps pilot for 5 1/2 years. Attended CBC since summer 2011 and current participant in MBS and CLASS.
Mr. Langdale is currently the science department chair and teaches chemistry and accelerated chemistry at Sage Hill School in Newport Beach. With 17 years of experience teaching science, he has taught AP, honors, and college prep chemistry at Canyon High School in Anaheim Hills as well as Tesoro High School in Las Flores. While at Canyon High School, Mr. Langdale also served as science department chair. During his tenure at Canyon High School, he developed an environmental engineering course and advised a very successful Science Olympiad team. Mr. Langdale has also been identified as a Master Teacher by California State University, Fullerton and was named a Community Teacher Fellow in Math and Science by the University of California, Irvine. Mr. Langdale earned his bachelor’s degree in biology with a minor in chemistry from Northern Arizona University.