Spring-based Club Z! Tutoring and Test Prep Services sees change in ownership

Club Z! Tutoring and Test Prep Services of Spring and The Woodlands offers in-home and online tutoring for students in subjects including math, reading and science, in addition to test prep services such as for the SAT, ACT and even college admissions. (Courtesy Pixabay)
Club Z! Tutoring and Test Prep Services of Spring and The Woodlands offers in-home and online tutoring for students in subjects including math, reading and science, in addition to test prep services such as for the SAT, ACT and even college admissions. (Courtesy Pixabay)

Club Z! Tutoring and Test Prep Services of Spring and The Woodlands offers in-home and online tutoring for students in subjects including math, reading and science, in addition to test prep services such as for the SAT, ACT and even college admissions. (Courtesy Pixabay)

After 25 years of business in the area, Club Z! Tutoring and Test Prep Services of Spring and The Woodlands changed ownership effective Aug. 1 and is now owned by Spring resident Monique Spell, according to a July 31 announcement.

The business offers in-home and online tutoring for students in subjects including math, reading and science, in addition to preparation services for the SAT, ACT and college admissions, among others. Private tutors can be provided for students residing in Spring, The Woodlands and Tomball areas.


The business is also offering free online workshops geared for parents with students enrolled in remote learning options for the upcoming 2020-21 school year. To register for an online workshop, click here.

"During these unprecedented times, families across Spring [and] The Woodlands are in need of 'educational stimulus,'" Spell said in a statement. "It is truly our pleasure to offer this program to parents to help their students succeed in what will be a difficult school year for all."

For additional parent and student support as the 2020-21 school year approaches, the tutoring service will also launch an in-home "learning pod" program for parents of students to come together in small groups led by Club Z! tutors. The program is expected to launch with the start of the school year in the coming weeks. 281-408-2977. https://tutors.clubztutoring.com/spring


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