Our expert instructors prepare your child to excel in math when school resumes in the Fall.
It’s that time of year again. When parents are starting to think about Summer activities for their children. If you’re a parent of a school aged child, consider a Summer activity that can give him or her a huge advantage when school resumes in the Fall: Driving math excellence, with Mathnasium.
Mathnasium’s personalized learning plans are proven to improve grades and help kids catch up and get ahead. With live face-to-face instruction, either in-center or online. There’s no better time for kids to take a leap forward in math than Summer. And don’t worry—your child will still enjoy the season. Because we make learning math fun.
Contact Mathnasium today to discuss our Summer curriculum.
Summer Program in a Nutshell
1) Our customized learning plans are meant to fill in gaps from the previous year, keep kids fresh so they avoid the summer slide, and help them preview next year's topics so they are confident and prepared in the Fall.
2) The membership includes up to 10 visits per month so that all students can attend twice per week on average - that's how often we need to see your child do get the job done. Lessons can be prebooked if you like a schedule, or booked as you go if you need flexibility.
3) Although prices vary based upon age and length of commitment, the average cost of a Mathnasium lesson is between $25-35/lesson.
1. Early Bird Promotion: Deposit $75 by May 15th to reserve your child's spot and to get $150 in credit upon enrollment.
2. Summer Prepay Special: If you prepay for a three-month summer commitment, you can get our discounted seven-month rate.
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