World Class Math Instruction Your Children Will Love!
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Welcome to RSM-MetroWest
RSM-MetroWest is a Pre-K through 12 after-school math enrichment program. Our program is based on the RSM curriculum and covers all the essential 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 primary 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 puzzle contests.
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Check out our current Puzzle Contest
Congratulations to the Winners of our Puzzle Contest #3!
RSM Wins The 2019 Boston Parents Best
of The Best Award For the 7th Year!
RSM-MetroWest Wins Best Of Framingham After-School Program Award For 8 Consecutive Years
"They have not only challenged our kids but also taught them to love math and most importantly taught them not to be afraid of math. We find they do a good job with fundamentals and then build on it to teach them problem-solving skills. We give RSM 5 stars!!!”
- Sheela Krishnamony
"All three of my boys have studied at the Russian School of Math and it has helped them to understand advanced concepts as well as prepare for taking both standardized tests as well as general school testing. It requires a high level of dedication from the child and parents, but it is worth it."
– Laura Beusch
"At first, I did not realize the huge benefit that I was receiving to my math education and would complain about homework, class, etc. Now, I see how Russian Math has helped me succeed with math in and out of school."
– Arina Khotimsky (former student, MIT freshman 2019)