Los Angeles - Koreatown
Thank you for your interest in joining Best in Class.
We will contact you shortly to confirm your consultation. Have a great day!
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.
- Adult Private Tutoring Services (All Standardized Tests, TOEFL/GED/CBEST)
Weekly Class Schedule
4:45pm - 6:00pm
6:00pm - 7:15pm
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.
We will contact you shortly to confirm the time for your child's makeup class. Have a great day!
Thi Thi MaCenter Manager
An dedicated educator in secondary and higher education for the past 20 years, Thi Thi has a commitment in building students’ academic preparedness, interests and excellent for success at all levels. Her strong background and belief in education have been instrumental for students for whom she has served. Her extensive background in college instruction makes her the perfect candidate to serve K-12 students.
Thi Thi received her two Bachelor of Arts in English and Chinese with a minor in Asian American Studies at San Francisco State University. She also received her Master in Applied Linguistics and a graduate certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language. She was full time, tenured at City College of San Francisco and now an associate professor at Los Angeles City College, teaching English, ESL and Applied Linguistics.