My name is Robert Fazio and I was born and raised in the Audubon/Trooper area of Pennsylvania. I am a 2001 graduate of the former Kennedy-Kenrick Catholic High School in Norristown, PA. I fulfilled a childhood dream of attending and graduating from Villanova University in 2006. It wasn't until a year and a half into my office job at a Pharmaceutical company that I decided I wanted a greater challenge in life (and something more fun) so in 2008 I enrolled in the Secondary Education Mathematics program at West Chester University. In 2010 I earned my teaching certification and was inducted into the Pi Lambda Theta International Honor Society. On May 14, 2012 I received my Master's in Secondary Education.

My teaching experience has included Radnor Middle School, Radnor High School, Science and Discovery High School, and Arcola Middle School. All the while, I enjoyed tutoring middle school and high school students.

As a teacher and tutor, I know parents want the best for their child and I am committed to providing a math tutoring experience that both students and parents will enjoy. Parents are constantly updated on their child's progress and, if requested, I like to keep in contact with the student's teacher so our time together can be effective and consistent with what the child is learning at his or her school.

In my free time I enjoy sports, working out, movies (sometimes being a movie extra), and drag racing my 1990 and 1965 Ford Mustangs in the NHRA Stock and Super Stock ranks. Not only does this hobby fulfill my need for speed and my desire to compete, but it is a hobby that is loaded with constant calculations which allows me to put to use many of the topics I have learned over the years.