Parents are willing to do just about anything to help their children succeed. Whether it’s athletics, art, or music, we spend thousands of dollars every year helping our kids become the star quarterback, the lead in the play, or the featured soloist in the concert.
But what about math?
Just like organizations that serve to enhance a child’s sports skills, artistic ability or musical talent, Mathnasium attracts gifted STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) students and helps them master math. All of the instructors at Mathnasium are highly competent up to or beyond calculus.
“We have the brain power to help any student looking to take their math competency to the next level,” says Jim Trexler, Center Director of Mathnasium of Roland Park. “About 30 percent of our kids are working beyond their grade level, we expect that trend to continue.”
Children who really love math, excel at math, take advanced math classes, or have a naturally mathematical mind need a place to stimulate their inquisitive brains. If you have a child who fits this description, Mathnasium is for him or her. The instructors can challenge the future engineer, physicist, scientist, or mathematician who resides within your child.
But what if your child has fallen behind or is struggling to keep up? Mathnasium has the solution for students in those circumstances as well, and can help them catch up, keep up, get ahead, and improve.
“Math builds upon itself lesson after lesson, and every step to solving a problem makes a difference. If your child misses concepts early on, problems intensify. The biggest issues may not surface until months later,” Trexler says.
Mathnasium is the number one math-only franchise in the country, with the tools, resources, and instructors to help any student in grades 2-12 improve his or her math skills. For more information about Mathnasium of Roland Park, contact Jim Trexler at 443-863-0531, [email protected], www.mathnasium.com/rolandpark.
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