World Class Math Instruction Your Children Will Love!
About the JHU CTY Program
The Johns Hopkins University Talent Search Program (JHU CTY) identifies, assesses, and recognizes the academic talents of highly able young people across the country and around the world. To qualify for the program, students in grades 2-6 are required to take the SCAT test. Students in grades 7 and 8
Many of the RSM-MetroWest students successfully participate in this program. We believe that our main program prepares our students well for the SCAT requirements, and no additional preparation is required. For older students, SAT preparation targeting the January SAT test in the 7th and 8th grades
Johns Hopkins University Youth Talent Search 2017-2018
We are proud to recognize our star Math students and those honored by the Johns Hopkins University Youth Talent Search!
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SAT Prep Workshop
We are happy to announce a 30-hour SAT workshop, starting September 21. This workshop is intended for high school students,as well as for 8th-graders planning to take the SAT test to qualify for the JHU CTY. See workshop description here>>
"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)