Michelle Thomas decided to make a difference in the lives of students in the community and began tutoring students in the Boulder County area in February of 2001. As business grew Sean decided to join her in her dream to provide quality tutoring at an affordable price and in 2005, they formed Bolder Tutor, LLC. Since the beginning, they have both been involved with many school districts in the area, as well as several private schools. As the business continues to grow, they find new ways to provide for the needs of the community and serve as a resource of information for those in need. Bolder Tutor continually builds partnerships with other professionals and local organizations that can support the families of their clients. They are looking forward to assisting you with your educational needs, whatever they may be.
Bolder Tutor now has 2 office locations for your convenience. We are located in Louisville at 1371 E. Hecla Drive and in Longmont at 1630 Main Street. Please call for more information.
Michelle holds a Master’s degree in Special Education and a B.S. in Secondary Science Education. She also holds a certification to teach in the state of Pennsylvania. She has worked in education for most of her life either as a tutor or through teaching classes and development of curriculum for various organization including Ozark Natural Science Center in Arkansas, Reicher Catholic High School in Texas, and more recently through the development of her own business, Bolder Tutor. She also has attended several workshops and taken classes over the last 10 years including the Hill Center Methodology level 1 and 2, Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy Workshop, and various online webinars and courses through LDAmerica, LDonline, and University of Phoenix.
Sean holds a B.A. in Mathematics. His passion is math and he has a natural talent for working with students of all ages. His ability to motivate students with emotional and behavioral issues is exceptional. Furthermore, his success at encouraging these students to continue with school, as well as become productive members of society, is noted by the families he has worked with. He also has experience advocating for student needs in addition to continuing his education through workshops, webinars and online courses. He has been assisting students with the completion of BYU courses for credit for many years and is familiar with all the math courses, as well as many of the natural science, English, social science and Spanish courses.