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|RSM-MetroWest/School of Mathematics|
|5 Auburn Street |
Framingham, MA 01701
|Contact Name: Anna Charny|
|Payment Type: Check, credit card|
|Wheelchair Accessibility: Yes|
|Our K-5 elementary school program meets once a week. In these two hours (1.5 hours for kindergarten) we solidify the students' school math skills and expose them to concepts they rarely see in their regular programs, introducing algebra as early as in 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 soon 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. Our 6th graders meet once a week for 3 hours, and 7th graders and up typically meet once or twice a week for 4 hours of algebra and geometry.
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 MetroWest will benefit your student though the college years.
Our Math Challenge classes, offered in spring and summer, are dedicated to solving unusual problems and special topics in mathematics not covered in our mainstream program. These classes foster "outside-the-box" mental flexibility useful in math competitions and in real-life creative problem solving.
Our chess classes are run by highly qualified and well known instructors. We accept children of all ages and abilities, with the minimum requirement that the child needs to know the basic chess moves. We offer three 10-week sessions during the school year, and a 6-week summer session.
Our summer school program offers six weeks of intensive exposure to a subject (double the usual hours per week) designed to reinforce the concepts learned in the previous year or introduce the concepts to be covered in the upcoming year.|
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