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:

Independence Day
Jul 4, 2024
Labor Day Weekend
Sep 1, 2024
Labor Day
Sep 2, 2024
Halloween
Oct 31, 2024
Thanksgiving
Nov 28, 2024
Christmas Eve
Dec 24, 2024
Christmas Day
Dec 25, 2024
New Year's Eve
Dec 31, 2024
New Year's Day
Jan 1, 2025
MLK Day
Jan 20, 2025
Presidents Day
Feb 17, 2025
Easter
Apr 20, 2025
Mother's Day
May 11, 2025
Memorial Day
May 26, 2025
Father's Day
Jun 15, 2025

Hours of Operation

In case of inclement weather, changes to our normal hours will be posted here! (none at this time)

Instructional Hours

Mon - Thur
2:30PM - 6:30PM
Sun
11:00AM - 3:00 PM

Office Hours

Mon - Thur
1:30PM - 7:30PM
Sun
11:00AM - 4:00PM

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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.

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Latest News & Posts

The Mathematics of Waves

Aug 24, 2022 | Southeast Portland

Want to see what an ocean wave looks like as a mathematical equation? y = Sin(x) Waves repeat themselves over a consistent period of time and distance, so it is possible to analyze their shape mathematically.

Integers in real life

Aug 17, 2022 | Southeast Portland

Math is all about numbers. Numbers are integers. Integer values can also be used to calculate real-life situations. An integer value is either positive or negative for real-life situations. Think about all the places you come across integers in your daily life. You might be surprised by how frequently you do. Share one of those instances here in t