East Plano-Spring Creek Center
Thank you for your interest in joining Best in Class.
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Enrollment is easy. Schedule a free appointment to learn more and get your child started at this center.
See the center.
Learn about our programs, tour the classrooms, and see sample teaching materials.
Assessment test for your child.
The assessment test generally takes 30-45 minutes per subject and is used in determining a student's course plan. The test fee is $25 per subject, which is credited towards registration upon enrollment. This test is required only for placement in our Enrichment and Beginners in Class programs.
Set a course plan and schedule.
We will review test results with you and discuss learning needs and goals for your child. After selecting a course and schedule, your child will be ready for the next class.
- STAAR Test Prep
- Adult Private Tutoring Services (Standardized Test Prep, English, Japanese, Chinese language)
- IELTS and TOEFL
Weekly Class Schedule
5:15pm - 6:30pm
6:30pm - 7:45pm
10:45am - 12:00pm
12:00pm - 1:15pm
Miss a day? To schedule a makeup class, fill out the form below. If you run into any issues, give your local manager a call.
Your reschedule request has been received.
A confirmation email has been sent. We will contact you shortly to confirm the time for your child's makeup class. Have a great day!
Hong H. Ma and Hiroki TakeuchiCenter Managers
Hong and Hiroki share a strong academic background and believe education is a fundamental vehicle for self-cultivation, social responsibility, and intellectual endeavor.
Hiroki received his B.A. of Economics from Keio University in Japan, his M.A. of Asian Studies from University of California at Berkeley, and his Ph.D. of Political Science from University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA). He is currently an associate professor of political science, and the director of the Sun & Star Program on Japan and East Asia in the Tower Center, at Southern Methodist University.
Hong obtained from San Francisco State University three Bachelor of Arts in English Creative Writing, Asian American Studies, and Chinese Literature. She also received her Master in Asian Languages & Cultures from UCLA. Hong has extensive experience in teaching secondary education and at college level courses. She has taught at Brainchild Education Center, French & Chinese International School, and UCLA. In addition to enjoying art, music, and traveling, Hong and Hiroki are passionate sports fans.