Caleb Soong

Caleb completed his undergraduate studies in China and then came to Atlanta for his master’s degree. He has tutored for over 25 years, for students at different grades from middle school to Kennesaw State University level. He understands that each student is unique, and each comes with different learning experiences from previous math teachers - some may be good, while others could be bad. His mission as a teacher is to take interest in each of them, fuel them with confidence and passion in the subject, and equip them with all they need to excel further. 

Tutors Math through College.

Tutors Online, In-Home, or in our Alpharetta Office 

 Alpharetta, Cumming, and Milton areas.

Michelle Cornwall

  Michelle graduated from Walden University with a Master of Arts in in Teaching, Specialization in Special Education - Learning Disabilities. She is certified in both special education and regualar education from grades: primary to 5th grade. Michelle has taught in Elementary school as both a regular education teacher and a special education teacher for ten years. Michelle is passionately committed to helping students flourish both academically and socially to become confident and productive individuals in life.

Michelle Tutors Children in all academic areas from ages K-5th grade Online.

Sue Holder

Sue graduated with a Masters in Business Administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University, and then received certification from the University of Georgia in Special Education P-12. In addition to Special Education, Sue is Certified in General Education Math and Reading 4 - 12, and has taught in public schools for 17 years. Sue's teaching experience is middle school and high school, and she recently retired from high school teaching, primarily Algebra. Sue takes pride in helping students understand that which they find difficult and to work with both students and parents to help children realize their capabilities and gain confidence.

Sue tutors Children from grades 3 - 9 in Mathematics Online.


Teachers as Tutors works along side Johns Creek and Alpharetta Counseling to collaboratively meet the needs of every child. Education, Emotion, and Family Health come together to help children thrive. Your tutor will have a close relationship with your child's counselor and they will work together to create a team for your child.

At JCAC we offer:

Play Therapy for Children

Parental Assistance/Education

Filial or Theraplay Therapy (Parent and child together)

Family Therapy

Couple's Counseling

& Individual Psychotherapy

We are located within the same office! To Learn More about our services and our counselors please visit us at: or call 404-834-2363

Kayla Stewart

Kayla graduated from Georgia State University with a Bachelors of Science-Early Childhood Education. She holds a Certification of Special Education grades P-5.  Kayla currently teaches interrelated reading, writing, and math to second grade and kindergarten students. Kayla has worked in both general and interrelated settings, and has experienced working with kids with learning disabilities and behavioral disorders. She grew up in the North Fulton area and attended many of their lovely schools. She now teaches in Gwinnett County. Kayla is passionate about helping students reach their full potential academically, socially, and emotionally

Kayla tutors on Monday and Wednesday evenings in our Alpharetta office. She tutors children in all content areas from K – 5th grades. 

Hannah Beasley

Hannah Beasley graduated in 2020 from Faulkner University with a Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Soon, she plans on getting her master’s degree in Speech Pathology to become a certified Speech Pathologist. While pursuing her bachelor’s degree she worked at Faulkner University's Speech and Language clinic while being trained under the most experienced professors. While serving the clients at the clinic, she helped children with language and speech disorders, and adults with Aphasia. She is passionate about helping kids and adults strive to have their voices heard so they can become successful communicators in life.Hannah has many innovative ways in approaching students to help them them become excited about learning!

Hannah tutors in our Alpharetta Office, and Hannah also tutors online using Zoom.


Bill graduated from Kennesaw State University with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science in 2002. Bill also earned a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Kennesaw State University in 1996. Bill is certified in Secondary Mathematics (6-12). However, Bill can tutor math into college!  He taught all levels of mathematics to all ages for 34 years in and out of the classroom. He has also taught test-taking strategies for most standardized tests for 20+ years. He has taught in the public, private, college, and alternative settings.  He can connect well to students of all skill levels and personalities. He prides himself in being an excellent, caring educator. 

Bill can tutor math in your home in the Cobb County area.

Courtney Toribio

As an educator and tutor, I have over 18 years of experience working with children with special needs and elementary/middle school students. I am highly skilled in teaching struggling readers and am certified in Elementary and Special Education, as well as Orton Gillingham trained. I am experienced with developing and implementing goals to enhance student achievement. I can collaborate with teachers, child study teams, and parents for students with autism, learning disabilities, developmental delays, and behavioral issues. I consider myself a kindhearted and empathetic professional who develops hands-on lessons and differentiates instruction to meet the needs of each individual child.

Tutors in our Alpharetta Office; In-home in the Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Cumming, and Milton areas, Also tutors On-line.

Guy Catton

Guy Catton graduated from Georgia State University with a Specialist in Education. Mr. Catton is Georgia Certified in Special Education grades K - 12 with endorsements in Learning Disabilities and Behavior Disorders. Mr. Catton is also Georgia certified in both World History and US History. Mr. Catton has earned a Reading endorsement for grades k-12. Mr. Catton has taught 30 years as a high school Special Education Teacher as well as a Varsity Basketball Coach for over 20 years. He is dedicated to helping students to achieve success and will be able to teach from the home or online.

Tutors Online or In-Homes in the Cobb County Area.


Dr. Smith is an exceptional educator with extensive experience in designing and delivering dynamic instruction. She is passionately devoted to student success, resourceful, proactive, and innovative. Dr. Smith excels in the delivery of a differentiated approach to instruction that seeks to meet the individual needs of each learner. She is creative, detail-oriented and possesses exceptional time management and organizational skills. Dr. Smith has been described by former supervisors as “a consummate professional who exemplifies what a true educator should be.” She is currently an adjunct professor in the School of Education at Liberty University’s in its online program. Dr. Smith is certified in English 6-12 grades. She also holds ESOL and Reading Endorsements. She has an ED. D Reading and Literacy from Capella University, Minneapolis, Mn.; She has a MSc. Adult Education from Florida Intl. University, Miami, Fl; B.A. English from St. Thomas University, Miami, Fl.; and she holds a B.A. English from St. Thomas University, Miami, Fl.

Alice Smith can tutor Online grades 6th grade into college. 



My name is Karen Sumlin, and I bring over 25 years of educational experience with me, spanning from homeschooling to traditional classroom teaching. I specialize in tutoring high school and college level mathematics, SAT/ACT preparedness, Spanish and English as a Second Language (ESL.)

All high school students are required to take a foreign language. Maybe your student is struggling with Spanish. I teach Spanish with a true accent because I learned it as a child.

My particular gift is the ability to explain difficult concepts in a way that the student can grasp. I have a BS in Mathematics, earned with a GPA of 4.0. Many students tell me that they can't do math, but what I have found is that they just haven't had the material that they are trying to grasp explained to them in a way that they can understand. I would love to help your student realize their true potential!