We are open for in-person instruction in our center. Live, face-to-face online instruction is also available via [email protected]

Holiday Hours

Our center will be closed the following days:

Memorial Day
May 27, 2023
Memorial Day
May 29, 2023
Independence Day
Jul 3, 2023
Independence Day
Jul 4, 2023
Labor Day
Sep 2, 2023
Labor Day
Sep 4, 2023
Nov 23, 2023
Nov 25, 2023
Dec 23, 2023
Dec 25, 2023
Dec 26, 2023
New Years
Jan 1, 2024

Hours of Operation

Instructional Hours

Mon-Thu (through June 8, 2023)
3:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Sat (through June 3, 2023)
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Summer Hours
June 12, 2023 - August 17, 2023
Mon and Wed
3:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Tue and Thu
10:00 AM - 2:30 PM

Office Hours

2:00 PM - 7:30 PM
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Summer Programs

Make Mathnasium Part of Your Summer Plans.

What makes Mathnasium different from other tutoring programs?

Learn About the Mathnasium Method™

The Mathnasium Method™

Why Choose Mathnasium?

Face-to-face Math-Only Instruction

In-Center or online, our instructors work face-to-face with your child to focus on their unique math learning needs.

Customized Learning Plans

We create a customized plan to meet your child's unique educational needs and goals.

Math is Fun at Mathnasium

We have engaging instructors, awesome student rewards, and a fun learning space.

Schedule your math skills assessment today

Latest News & Posts

Fun ways to teach multiplication

Aug 10, 2022 | Grand Rapids East Blog

Multiplication is one of the bedrocks of elementary mathematics. Memorization is one option, but it’s also vital to make sure kids understand exactly what happens during multiplication. This list of ways to teach multiplication is full of a variety of fun and engaging approaches.

The Complicated Discovery of Zero

Jul 27, 2022 | Grand Rapids East Blog

Algebra, algorithms, and calculus, three pillars of modern mathematics, are all the result of a notation for nothing, zip, ZERO. Mathematics is a science of invisible entities that we can only be seen and understand by writing them down or assigning them to objects, but what about when the digit represents nothing at all?

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