World Class Math Instruction Your Children Will Love!
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.
Mathematics for Grades Pre-K through 12
We accept children of all levels. We arrange classes by level, according to the placement tests initially, and subsequently based on the results of our regular assessments. We help those who struggle with math feel more confident in their abilities and more comfortable in their regular school. Those who were “OK” in math but considered it rather dull. We hope you will find out that math is exciting and beautiful. We will give them a chance to excel, try a taste of logic puzzles, math competitions and in general intellectual fun. Those who are doing well in math class and believe that they do not need additional training will be challenged to their capacity and will get a chance to shine in national competitions.
"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)