Mathnasium of Northridge News!

Mar 15, 2024 | Northridge

Q: What did you notice about your center/re the first time you came in?

Eve Sim, Instructor: I went to Mathnasium as a kid and remembered it being a great environment, just very busy and fast-paced at times. This center was a surprisingly refreshing change of pace. It was still very welcoming but it was a little more relaxed, and both students and instructors were all friendly. I remember how easy I felt connecting and engaging with our students was, and how we were able to teach them a love for math in a way that associates fun instead of high-tension.

Q: What is your favorite memory at your center/re?

Violet Gallegos, Instructor: I have a lot of favorite memories! At our Pi Day, one of our students ran in and gave me a big hug! I'm so glad we have that kind of positive impact on our students. Another favorite memory was when one of our students was doing the verbal section of his "Mastery Check." Every time he got a question right, he was so excited that he gave me a high-five and did a little victory dance afterwards. It was so cute and I was so glad that he was enjoying his math studies so much!

Q: What’s your favorite part about your center/re?

Alex Juneja, Center Owner: It's hard to narrow down everything I love about our center concisely, but it's all about the people. The parents, the kids, even our instructors; the people we work with and for on a daily basis are the best! I also love how we are able to customize and individualize our service based on who we're working with. No two kids have the same experience, but we always make sure they're getting the most out of their learning with max fun behind it!

Q: What time of year is the most fun at your center/re?

Alexander Corea, Instructor: Springtime was definitely the most fun time of year at the center because of Pi Day! It was a blast.

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