Mathnasium 14460 New Falls of Neuse Rd, #181, Raleigh NC 27614 (919) 790-7977

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Board Game Afternoon!

Every Second Friday of each Month from 4:00 to 5:30pm

Every second friday of each month we host board games over at the center. Enrolled students, friends, and family are invited. It's very informal and the Director, Wesley, brings in a selection of strategic board games that we play at the center. We look forward to seeing everyone there! 


SAT/ACT Summer Camps

The first 20 students to sign up will receive 30% off tuition


With over a decade of experience, we understand what it takes to be successful on the SAT and ACT.
Our proven program, and expert instruction, will help your student standout. Our intimate setting and
customized instruction fosters success. During this program we will help students master test-taking
strategies, key concepts, and improve their overall confidence and performance.

Mathnasium of Cary
June 24th—June 28th

Mathnasium of Wakefield
July 22nd—July 26th

Mathnasium of Lead Mine
August 5th—August 9th

Mathnasium of Brier Creek
August 12th—August 16th


9:00 am—3:30 pm

Monday through Friday




Call or Email

(919) 576-0810

Pick Eight Summer Contract

We know summer plans can get hectic and getting your student in for sessions consistently can be tough. So, we are letting you make your schedule for the summer.

Pick any eight weeks between June 1st and August 31st and pay one flat fee. This way your student can enjoy their summer break while making sure they do not fall victim to the summer slide.

1st through 7th Grades -- $749

- One hour long sessions
- Up to four hours per week

8th Grade through Pre-Calculus

- One or hour long sessions
- Up to four hours per week


Back to School Camp

August 5th – 8th and August 19th – 22nd  
Half-Day Camp

This program is for those students who want to get a leg up on their upcoming school year. Elementary and Middle School students can hone their multiplication, fraction, and algebraic thinking, while our high-school students can start mastering upcoming topics.