WHY WE STARTED, AND WHY WE ARE WHERE WE ARE TODAY.

Our Humble BeginningHi! We are Hunter Programs Education Services. When we first started HPES all we had was our breadth and depth of knowledge, our flair for enabling others to easily understand complex concepts, and our excitement for helping others to learn – that was three decades ago, and we’ve never looked back since.

Our Operational GuideProvide education that genuinely excites students and that students look forward to.

Instead of telling students about solid education benefits, offer benefit experiential opportunities.

Provide a learning experience that is dynamic, both for the student and for the teacher.

Our teachers are part educator, part mentor, and part motivator.

Our real magic is in determining the right amount of challenge for each student.

Show students that effort and outcome are related, and that they can control outcome.

Respect the time of our students and give them the best learning experience possible every time.

Our Growth CoreWe never stop learning, we never stop innovating, and we never stop moving forward. In doing so, there is always excitement and we lead our students by example. Please, join us!

Our CEORay Hunter began HPES in the United States by developing a mathematics curriculum and administering this curriculum through its learning programs in public and private schools throughout Orange County and other areas of California. HUNTER Programs has taught tens of thousands of students using HUNTER Mathematics Curriculum and Learning Materials. Afterwards, Ray expanded HPES into education advisory roles, education consulting, grant writing, comprehensive tutoring services, test prep, administration of online courses, and then inbound international study abroad, and international exchange programs.Ray studied engineering, physics and mathematics at the University of California, Irvine where he graduated Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa with a Bachelor of Science degree. Afterwards, he pursued graduate studies in mathematics, engineering, and actuarial science through the University of California, Irvine; University of Southern California; and Society of Actuaries, respectively. Ray regularly consults in school districts throughout Orange County. He formerly served on an advisory board for Capistrano Unified School District and as PTA president at AVMS. Additionally, Ray has supported the initiation of different outreach programs serves on several boards, and he is a sustaining member of the Phi Beta Kappa Society.