We are open for in-person instruction in our center. Live, face-to-face online instruction is also available via Mathnasium@home.

Holiday Hours

Our center will be closed the following days:

Labor Day Weekend
Sep 2, 2023
Labor Day Weekend
Sep 3, 2023
Labor Day
Sep 4, 2023
Veteran's Day
Nov 11, 2023
Thanksgiving Break
Nov 22, 2023
Thanksgiving Break
Nov 23, 2023
Thanksgiving Break
Nov 25, 2023
Thanksgiving Break
Nov 26, 2023
Holiday Break
Dec 23, 2023
Holiday Break
Dec 24, 2023
Holiday Break
Dec 25, 2023
Holiday Break
Dec 26, 2023
New Year's
Dec 31, 2023
New Year's
Jan 1, 2024
MLK Day
Jan 15, 2024
Easter Break
Mar 30, 2024
Easter Break
Mar 31, 2024
Easter Break
Apr 1, 2024
Memorial Day Weekend
May 25, 2024
Memorial Day Weekend
May 26, 2024
Memorial Day Weekend
May 27, 2024

Hours of Operation

Starting June 1st - August 20th our summer hours are as follows: Monday - Thursday 2:00PM - 7:00PM, Friday: closed, Saturday: Closed, and Sunday: 1:00PM - 4:00PM.)

Instructional Hours

Mon - Thurs
3:00PM - 7:30PM
Sat
10:00AM - 2:00PM
Sun
1:00PM - 5:00PM

Office Hours

Mon - Thurs
Noon - 3:00PM

What makes Mathnasium different from other tutoring programs?

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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

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Mar 4, 2019 | Fort Mill

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