RSM-MetroWest, formerly known as MetroWest School of Mathematics (MWSM), is an after-school, pre-K through 12 program located in the historic district of Framingham, MA. Our program is based on the RSM curriculum, and covers all the key topics required by the traditional schools (although not necessarily in the same order). In many cases, our curriculum goes far beyond the regular program. Our main purpose is to help parents develop their child's critical thinking abilities as early as possible, and to help each of our students succeed in math throughout school and beyond. We offer a wide range of opportunities for preparation for and participation in math competitions for children of all ages, ranging from national competitions to our own puzzle contests.
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About Our Program
Our elementary school program is designed to expose kids to concepts they rarely see in their regular programs, introducing algebra as early as kindergarten and first grade! Early exposure to algebra and logic problems is proven to accelerate cognitive development. As we help our students build critical thinking skills and approach problem solving with confidence, they learn to love math rather than fear it.
The road to college starts in middle school. This is the time to lay a solid foundation in algebra and geometry, from which students can build the higher-level math skills sought by the best colleges. Children who start our program earliest get furthest ahead.
High school is the time to keep working towards college admissions. It is never too late to join, and improved GPA, SAT and AP scores will speak volumes about your child at college admissions time. The strong math and thinking skills gained at RSM-MetroWest will benefit your student though the college years.
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