# Welcome to Mathnasium of Stamford

They are very kind and patient. They break down the teaching in easy steps to understand.

S.H.

We have suggested two of Emilys friend this year. They both love the experience

S.B.

### Stamford

• 1092 High Ridge Rd
• Stamford, CT 06905
• Call (203) 372-6284
• Text (203) 372-6284

### Hours of Operation

#### Instructional Hours

 Mon-Thu 3:00pm-8:00pm Fri Closed Sat 11:00am-3:00pm Sun Closed

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#### Hello. I’m Nico, Center Director of Mathnasium of Stamford, your neighborhood math-only learning center. We help kids in grades K-12 understand math by teaching in a way that makes sense to them.

We specialize in math-only instruction with a focused, caring, and fun learning approach that delivers results.
We proudly serve local communities and schools, including:

• Stamford
• Darien
• New Canaan
• King School
• St. Luke's School
• New Canaan High School

## Dedicated to providing the best instruction

Our instructors are enthusiastic about math and specially trained in the Mathnasium Method. They create a caring and encouraging environment where your child will learn and thrive!

Meet the Team

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## SCHEDULE YOUR MATHNASIUM ASSESSMENT TODAY

### One-on-One Assessment

Our unique assessment pinpoints what each child already knows and what they still need to learn.

### Customized Learning Plan & Goals

Our detailed plan takes your child step-by-step from where they are to where they need to go.

### The Mathnasium Method™

Our proprietary curriculum and teaching method fosters skills that take hold and build upon one another.

## Latest News & Posts

### Problem of the Week 06-26-2017

Jun 26, 2017 | Stamford

Lower Elementary: Question: Martin rolls a fair, standard, six-sided die. Match each outcome with its likelihood. • Martin rolls an even number.                &nbs..

### Problem of the Wek 06-19-2017

Jun 19, 2017 | Stamford

Lower Elementary: Question:  Start with 1. Add 15. Subtract 11. Double it. Add 1. Multiply by 5. Subtract 30. Take away half. What’s the new number? Answer:  12½ Solution:  After we add 15 to 1, we have 16. Then we sub..