Welcome to Mathnasium of Arcadia
About Our Center
Mathnasium of Arcadia has been helping students with Math enrichment, filling in Math 'gaps', or with the evening homework since 2011. Our expert math staff is passionate about helping all students excel and enjoy Math. We will help them exceed your goals and they will reach their full Math potential.
Located in the Safeway shopping center in view of Arcadia High School.
Don't believe your child will learn and enjoy Math? Here is one recent review-
"Lindsey & her staff are amazing. They engage my daughter even in the online classroom environment! She has gone from being behind her class and an 'I hate math' mode to being able to do her math classwork easily! Math is now one of her favorite sugjects. Thank you Mathnasium!"(K.H.S. April 2020)
Read what more parents have to say about Mathnasium of Arcadia under the 'Reviews' tab on the right!
We can get the same results with your child too!
How do you know if Mathnasium is the right program for your child? The first step is to choose which button best describes you child & let's find out!
Also available in your area, real-time face-to-face instruction over an internet connection.
- You get the same instructors and Mathnasium Method™ as at our center, but online, in real time.
- Learning can happen anywhere there's an internet connection.
- Your child can attend regular sessions from the comfort of your home.
- It's safe and secure, and there are no additional costs.
Want to learn more about Mathnasium@home? Fill out the form below, call us, or stop by our location.
We are REOPENING for in-center instruction (with limited seating) on Monday, June 1st. If you prefer to stay home, our online platform delivers the same great results with Mathnasium @Home. Act NOW to avoid the struggles & frustration when they return to school!
Mathnasium of Arcadia Reviews
Aug 4 2019
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Jan 30 2018
Ever hear your child or another student talk about math class and say, “That stuff doesn&rs...
Jun 29 2017
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