Excel English Institute


Excel English Institute empowers students to master the complexities of the English language while learning to thrive in American culture, both academically and professionally. Our interactive approach, developed from years of classroom experience, is tailored to meet the needs of non-native speakers of the English language.

Veteran ESL teachers Cindy Gordon and Mallous Rohani served together as the Curriculum and Program Coordinators at a long-standing English language school in Dallas, Texas where they designed an ESL program that successfully taught hundreds of students English. Now they have collaborated to create an even more well-rounded, stimulating and effective program to help non-native speakers master all components of the English language.

What sets Excel apart is that our seasoned language instructors know how to keep students engaged in the classroom and get stellar results. Ms. Gordon and Ms. Rohani have hand-picked dynamic and experienced teachers who, like them, are passionately dedicated to the success of each student.

Learn more about our programs, view our calendar of classes or request more information online. Enroll today by calling 972.783.2388.

 

Excel English Institute Classroom

 

Founders

Mallous Rohani - Senior Instructor and Program Coordinator

Mallous Rohani has over 25 years of teaching experience in some of the best ESL programs in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Ms. Rohani earned her degree in journalism and worked as a reporter/anchor for KBTX TV, a CBS affiliate, before putting her skills to use in the field of ESL.

She served as Senior Instructor and Program Coordinator at Center of English Language, and she still teaches all ESL skill areas at Mountain View College. Her versatility and intercultural communication skills make learning English fun for her students.

Cindy Gordon - ESL instructor

Ms. Gordon began working as an ESL instructor in 2001 at a prominent English language school in Dallas, and in 2010, she assumed the role of Curriculum Coordinator. She also worked for two years as an Adjunct Professor in the ESL Program at Richland College.

From 1991-1993, Ms. Gordon was an Assistant English Teacher as a member of the J.E.T. Program, administered by the Ministry of Education in Japan. Ms. Gordon graduated Cum Laude from the University of North Texas, where she was awarded top honors in the 1994 annual writing contest, graduate level.