About Us

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Anton Perera

Anton enjoys both learning and teaching and firmly believes that helping others learn is one of the best ways to learn yourself. He is capable of tutoring all common subject matters, but most enjoys chemistry, biology, and SAT/ACT reading. He is personable, patient, and has a knack to explain concepts in a simple way.

Anton is currently a sophomore at University of Texas in Dallas (UTD) within the Collegium V Honors Program. He earned a full ride scholarship through his status as a National Merit Finalist (top 0.2% in the US). In addition, he has received three San Antonio Area Foundation scholarships for four years given his exceptional academic achievements.

Anton graduated as the top graduate from Basis Shavano, an academically focused charter school. He scored a perfect 36 on his ACT exam leading him to choose to abstain from taking the SAT. However, he scored perfect 800 out of 800 on both his SAT Biology and Chemistry subject tests. He spent time as a peer tutor across multiple years there in subjects including AP Chemistry, AP Biology, AP World History, AP U.S. Government, AP Psychology, AP Human Geography, and AP Computer Science. He also scored extremely well on his AP exams earning a 5 on AP Biology, AP Calculus AB, AP Chemistry, AP Comparative Government and Politics, AP Computer Science A, AP English Literature and Composition, AP European History, AP Human Geography, AP Physics 2, AP Psychology, AP Statistics, and AP U.S. Government and Politics as well as a 4 on AP English Language and Composition, AP U.S. History, and AP World History. Anton was the captain of Basis Middle School and High School Science Bowl teams, and one of his teams went to Nationals in DC. Anton placed in the top 10 in the state in UIL competition in science, biology, and computer science. Anton was also involved as a varsity member of UIL Speech & Debate competition.

Anton has spent four summers doing research at University of Texas Health San Antonio (UTHSA) while in high school. He started research by being selected for the Voelcker Biomedical Research Academy, a charitable program in San Antonio meant to put high achieving high school students in San Antonio into research, and he continued working in labs on his own initiative to support lead research scientists. Anton joined Dr. Senlin Li’s lab, which focuses on developing an adult stem cell based therapy for neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson’s Disease. In his freshman summer of college, Anton became a clinical shadow at the Children’s Hospital of San Antonio under Dr. Melissa Svoboda, the section chief of neurology there. Anton’s goal is to become a practicing Neurologist.

Anton’s fee is $30/hour.


Colin Perera

Colin’s area of expertise is math, physics, computer science, economics, chemistry, and English language. He has helped all manner of people from struggling students in elementary school to exceptional seniors and undergraduates. Colin can explain complex matters in a simple way and understands the additional stress of online learning in our current pandemic environment.

Colin graduated from Basis Shavano, an academically focused charter school. Colin completed high school in three years and is now taking a year off before going to college. He completed 21 AP classes in three years of high school, of which 5 courses were via self-study in his freshman and sophomore years and scored 5 out of 5 on 18 of those AP exams. Colin is a National Merit Scholarship Finalist (top 0.2% in the US). He scored a perfect 36 on his ACT exam and a 1590 out of 1,600 on his SAT exam. Colin has self-studied math at college level including learning linear algebra and multivariable calculus, and differential equations. Colin accepted a full-ride scholarship to University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) as a Math major in the Collegium V Honors Program.

Colin was a member of Basis Science Bowl team for Middle-School and High-School teams for five years in a row, of which in four of the years his respective school team won regionals and went to National Championships in DC. Colin’s other school activities included varsity member of UIL Speech & Debate competition, CyberPatriots competition, and being involved in Junior Statesman of America for leadership and civic participation. Colin placed in the top 10 in the state in UIL competition in various subjects during middle and high school, including a 1st in physics among high school students.

Colin was a volunteer coach for Middle School Science Bowl team. Colin was a founding member, Vice President, and tutor of San Antonio Math Include (SaMi), a non-profit that delivers math education to children in San Antonio to prepare them for competitions like MathCounts and the American Mathematics Competition (AMC). Recently, SaMi has expanded nationwide to include thousands of students. Colin tutored younger and older students of all levels in math and physics in Middle School and High School. One of his math mentees is now completing her freshman year at an Ivy League college.

Colin’s long-term goal is to become a math professor.

Colin’s fee is $25/hour.