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New students in grade 1 or younger in June 2019 can simply enroll for our summer school. Older students schould schedule an evaluation to determine appropriate placement. Summer recommendations for students currently enrolled in RSM should be discussed with the child's teacher.

Summer Schedule and Tuition

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We offer two summer school sessions this year. Our REGULAR session (shown in green in the class table) starts on July 8 and ends Augsut 15. Our EARLY session (shown in blue in the table) starts on June 24 and ends on July 30 for Monday/Wednesday classes and August 2 for Tuesday/Thursday classes. See our Summer Calendar for detail.

Class

Days

Time

Cost

Kids & Numbers Prep - Pre-K (EARLY)

Mon & Wed

3:00 - 4:00 PM

$282

Level  1 Prep A (EARLY)

Mon & Wed

4:30 - 6:00 PM

$396

Level  2 Prep A (EARLY)

Tue & Thur

4:00 - 6:00 PM

$522

Level  2 Prep B (REG)

Tue & Thur

6:15 - 8:15 PM

$522

Level  3 Prep A (EARLY)

Tue & Thur

6:15 - 8:15 PM

$522

Level  3 Prep B (REG)

Mon & Wed

4:00 - 6:00 PM

$522

Level  4 Prep A (EARLY)

Mon & Wed

6:15 - 8:15 PM

$522

Level  4 Prep B (REG)

Tue & Thur

4:00 - 6:00 PM

$522

Level  5 Prep A (EARLY)

Tue & Thur

6:15 - 8:15 PM

$522

Level  5 Prep B (REG)

Mon & Wed

4:00 - 6:00 PM

$522

Level  6 A  Prep A (EARLY)

Tue & Thur

4:00 - 6:00 PM

$522

Level  6 B  Prep B (REG)

Mon & Wed

6:15 - 8:15 PM

$522

Pre-Algebra A /High School Prep (EARLY)

Mon & Wed

6:15 - 8:45 PM

$636

Intro to Geometry A (EARLY)

Mon & Wed

4:30 - 6:00 PM

$396

Pre-Algebra B / High School Prep (REG)

Tue & Thu

6:15 - 8:45 PM

$636

Intro to Geometry B (REG)

Tue & Thu

4:30 - 6:00 PM

$396

Combined Pre-Alg & Intro to Geo

any combination

$1002

Algebra I A / High School Prep (EARLY)

Mon & Wed

6:15 - 8:45 PM

$636

Geometry I A / High School Prep (EARLY)

Mon & Wed

4:30 - 6:00 PM

$396

Algebra I B / High School Prep (REG)

Tue & Thu

4:30 - 7:00 PM

$636

Geometry I B / High School Prep (REG)

Tue & Thu

7:15- 8:45 PM

$396

Combined Alg I & Geo I

any combination

 

$1002

Algebra II A / High School Prep (EARLY)

Tue & Thu

6:15 - 8:45 PM

$636

Geometry II A / High School Prep (EARLY)

Tue & Thu

4:00 - 6:00 PM

$522

Algebra II B / High School Prep (REG)

Mon & Wed

4:00 - 6:30 PM

$636

Geometry II B / High School Prep (REG)

Mon & Wed

6:45 - 8:45 PM

$522

Combined Alg II & Geo II

any combination

 

$1128

SAT I Math (REG)

Mon & Wed

6:15 - 8:45 PM

$636

Intro to Trigonometry (REG)

Mon & Wed

4:30 - 6:00 PM

$396

Pre-Calculus I / HS Prep (REG)

Tue & Thu

4:30 - 8:30 PM

$1002

Pre-Calculus II /SAT II Prep (REG)

Mon & Wed

4:30 - 8:30 PM

$1002

Calculus (REG)

Mon & Wed

4:30 - 8:30 PM

$1002

Advanced Topics 2 - 3 (EARLY)

Tue & Thur

4:00 - 6:00 PM

$522

Advanced Topics 4 - 5 (EARLY)

Tue & Thur

6:15 - 8:15 PM

$522

Advanced Topics 6 - 8 (EARLY)

Mon & Wed

6:15 - 8:15 PM

$522

Chess I (EARLY)

Mon & Wed

4:30 - 6:00 PM

$480

Chess II (EARLY)

Mon & Wed

6:15 - 7:45 PM

$480

* RSM-MetroWest reserves the right to adjust this schedule based on enrollment.

Who Can Benefit From our Summer Program?

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  • If you are new to our program, and are exploring opportunities to advance your child in math, try our Summer Math classes for elementary school to see what we are about!
  • If your child wants more challenge and likes to explore unusual and challenging math problems try out our Advanced Topics - Competition Prep classes for math games, puzzles, and competition problems from all over the world! We offer these classes for all ages. These classes also will serve as valuable preparation for school year mathematics competitions.
  • For High School students, our summer High School Preparation classes provide an excellent opportunity to prepare for classes in the fall, feel more confident in math, get a higher placement, and build up the college portfolio.

Summer School Payment Policy

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1. Full Summer Tuition payment is due at the time of the Application to reserve your child's seat. There is no registration fee charged for summer classes.

 

2. If your plans change, a full refund will be provided if we receive your cancellation notice up to two weeks before the first class. If you cancel within two weeks of the first class, 50% of summer tuition will be refunded. There will be no refunds for cancellations once summer session starts.

 

3. There are no refunds or make-up dates for classes missed for any reason, including illness.

 

4. If you sign up after Summer School already started, your tuition will be prorated based on the remaining classes from the date of your registration.

 

5. If you have registered for the summer school before June 1st, but your payment was not received by July 1st, the non refundable late fee of $35 will be applied to your Smart Account. To avoid accumulation of late fees, please provide the full payment by July 1st. Note, however, that we recommend you submit your tuition fee at the time of the application to reserve the seat, as your summer school seat will not be guaranteed until full summer payment is received.

 

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Summer is an excellent time to advance your child's academic skills. We offer a wide range of options to do so in a pleasant and intellectually challenging setting. Check us out to see why hundreds of children come to us every summer and stay for years!

Check out our Summer CHESS Program! We offer options for beginners and more experienced players!

Is your child talented in math? Curious about math competitions? Wants to know math beyond the regular math program? Try our summer Advanced Topics/Math Challenge classes.

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Summer FAQ

Q:  My child is new to RSM-MetroWest. For which class should I sign him up?

A:   Please schedule a placement test by clicking here.

 

Q:  My child is currently a RSM-MetroWest student, but we joined late and she is struggling a bit. Which class should I sign her up for?

A:  Please contact your teacher to discuss your options. It is likely that either a summer class that will provide an overall review of the past year's topics is the best option, or, if you prefer, private tutoring can be set up over the summer to reinforce specific topics your child is having difficulty with.

 

Q:  My child is doing very well at RSM-MetroWest.  Will she still benefit from  summer school?

A:  If your child does not want to skip a level and does not need to catch up on any material, we recommend signing up for the appropriate Advanced Topics class.

 

Q:  What is the time commitment for summer school?

A:  All regular Math classes meet twice a week for 6 weeks. Of course, there is homework as well.

 

Q:  I am leaving on vacation in the middle of the summer school. Can I pay a pro-rated fee?

A:  No, according to our Payment Policy, you commit to the entire Summer School program fee. However, we will provide you with the homework and class assignment for the time you are away, so that your child can keep up with the program. Many of our families have successfully used this option over the years.

 

Q: My child attends Math Competition Preparation classes at RSM-MetroWest during the school year. Is it still worthwhile to take the Advanced Topics classes?

A:  Yes, absolutely. These classes complement each other. We cover a number of topics we do not have time for during the year, and it is really a lot of fun!

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Summer Course Description


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Course Name
Course Description
Summer Kids and Numbers Prep
This class is appropriate for the youngest students planning to enter RSM Kindergarten /Kids and Numbers course in the fall, or as a stand-alone summer enrichment course for Kindergarten-age students.  Placement test is required for students younger than 5 years old in September.
Summer  Level 1 Prep
This class is an introduction to the mainstream RSM level 1 course.  It is recommended for students who need to review or cover the key topics of the RSM Kindergarten/Kids and Numbers material, and prepare for entering a continuing RSM level 1 course in the fall. It can also be taken as a stand alone summer enrichment class for students who are not part of the mainstream RSM program. Placement test is required for students younger than 5 and a half years old in September.
Summer  Level 2 Prep
This class provides an introduction to the RSM level 2 course, and provides a review of the key topics of the RSM Level 1 class. It is recommended for RSM students who need to review or cover RSM level 1 material before entering a continuing RSM level 2 class. It can also be taken as a stand alone summer enrichment class for students who are not part of the mainstream RSM program, subject to a placement test. The emphasis of the class is on development of abstract and critical thinking. Placement test is required for new students.
Summer  Level 3 Prep
This class is an introduction to the mainstream RSM level 3 course.  It is recommended for students who need to review or cover the key topics of the RSM Level 2 material, and prepare for entering a continuing RSM level 3 course in the fall. It can also be taken as a stand alone summer enrichment class for students who are not part of the mainstream RSM program, subject to a placement test..  Placement test is required for new students.
Summer Level 4 Prep
This class is an introduction to the mainstream RSM level 4 course.  It is recommended for students who need to review or cover the key topics of the RSM Level 3 material, and prepare for entering a continuing RSM level 4 course in the fall. It can also be taken as a stand alone summer enrichment class for students who are not part of the mainstream RSM program, subject to a placement test. Placement test is required for new students.
Summer Level 5 Prep
This class is an introduction to the mainstream RSM level 5 course.  It is recommended for students who need to review or cover the key topics of the RSM Level 4 material, and prepare for entering a continuing RSM level 5 course in the fall. It can also be taken as a stand alone summer enrichment class for students who are not part of the mainstream RSM program, subject to a placement test. Placement test required for new students.
Summer Level 6 Prep
This class is an introduction to the mainstream RSM level 6 course.  It is recommended for students who need to review or cover the key topics of the RSM Level 5 material, and prepare for entering a continuing RSM level 6 Algebra course in the fall. It can also be taken as a stand alone summer enrichment class for students who are not part of the mainstream RSM program, subject to a placement test. Placement test is required for new students.
Pre- Algebra / High School Prep
This class is for students who need to cover the key topics before taking an Algebra I/level 7 Algebra class in the fall.  The course is also appropriate for RSM students who need to cover or review RSM Algebra 6 course material before entering RSM Algebra 7 course.  Fluency in these topics is crucial for success in the SAT in the future. Placement test is required for new students.
Introduction to Geometry
This class is for students who are joining us at Level 7, but have not taken Geometry 6 with us. It is also an excellent review class for those who have taken Geom entry 6 already but needs a review and a refresher before taking Geometry 7 in the Fall. The class provides an overview of the key concepts covered in Geometry 6, in preparation to Geometry 7.
Summer Algebra I /High School Prep
This class is for High School students who would like to cover the key Algebra I topics before taking Algebra I in High School next year, as well as for those who need to brush up on their Algebra I skills before taking Algebra II class in their regular school in the fall. The course is also appropriate for RSM students who need to cover or review RSM Algebra 7 course material before entering RSM Algebra 8 course.  Placement test is required for new students. 
Summer Geometry I / High School Prep
This class is appropriate for students who plan to take High School Geometry next year, and have not had prior experience with Geometry.  The course is also appropriate for RSM students who need to cover or review RSM Geometry 7 course material before entering RSM Geometry 8 course. This course is also appropriate for students who plan to take an early SAT I test as part of Johns Hopkins CTY program. Placement test is required for new students.
Summer Algebra II / High School Prep
This class is appropriate for High School students taking Algebra II course in High School next year. The course is also appropriate for RSM students who need to cover or review RSM Algebra 8 course material before entering RSM level 9/Pre-Calculus I course.  Placement test is required for new students. 
Summer Geometry II / High School Prep
This course is appropriate for students who plan to take High School Geometry next year, and have already been exposed to RSM Geometry 7 or an equivalent course.  The course is also appropriate for RSM students who need to cover or review RSM Geometry 8 course material as a pre-requisite for RSM Pre-calculus courses. This course is also recommended for students who plan to take an early SAT I test as part of Johns Hopkins CTY program and have already covered RSM Geometry 7 course or equivalent.  Placement test is required for new students.
Summer Pre-Calculus I
This is course is for students who need to review ALGEBRA II material and get a head-start on High School Pre-Calculus class in the fall. Placement test is required for new students. RSM ALGEBRA 8 is a pre-requisite for this course.
Summer Pre-Calculus II / SAT- II Prep 
This is course is for students who need to cover or review Pre-Calculus material to enter a Calculus class in the fall, or as a preview for an Honors Pre-Calculus class.  Placement test is required for new students. RSM Precalculus I (ALGEBRA 9) is a pre-requisite for this course.
Summer Calculus
This class is an excellent way to prepare for the AP Calculus at High School. Due to time constraints of a short summer session, the class concentrates on the key fundamentals of the course, as well reviews the key pre-requisites.

Summer SAT Prep

 

 

This class is for students who wish to take the Math SAT class in the 2018-19 academic year. Students will take sample SAT tests, analyze the mistakes, and review the necessary material.

Summer Advanced Topics

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Our Advanced topics classes target students who thrive on challenge, love math puzzles, and enjoy math games. The course covers age-appropriate topics in recreational and traditional mathematics for which there is limited time during the school year.  The course content alternates yearly to ensure that students who choose to attend it in subsequent years are exposed to different topics and challenges. This is an excellent choice for RSM students who are doing well in our regular program and seek a different challenge in summer, as well as students new to our school who wish to have a taste of the intellectual challenge our program is all about. Students who plan to participate in various math competitions in their schools next year will find this course an excellent supplement.   Teacher recommendation is required for RSM students. Placement interview or prior experience with math clubs, contests and competition is required for new students. 
Summer Chess I
This popular class accepts students with the minimum requirement of knowing the basic chess moves.  Students enjoy this  class where they get an opportunity to learn and play with the pro. This class or equivalent training is a pre-requisite to Chess II.
Summer Chess II
This popular class accepts students who have completed one of our chess I classes, or a similar class elsewhere. Chess II will focus on strategic play and preparation for chess tournaments.

 

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