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About the Center


Welcome to our Kumon Math and Reading Center. For more than 60 years, Kumon’s after-school academic enrichment program has helped children achieve success worldwide. We strive to instill in children the desire to achieve and the motivation to learn on their own. Whether your child is seeking enrichment, needs help catching up or is just beginning his or her academic career, Kumon is designed to help him or her develop a love of learning.

Students advance through the program at their own pace. Our emphasis on individualized learning helps your child become focused, motivated and self-reliant. We monitor each child’s progress to ensure comprehension before moving on to a new concept. With a strong academic foundation, critical thinking and problem solving abilities, your child has the potential to achieve whatever he or she desires.

The Kumon Math Program is a comprehensive curriculum that develops the necessary skills to help children progress from counting through calculus. For more information about the Kumon Math Program.

The Kumon Reading Program begins with basic phonics and progresses all the way through advanced reading comprehension. For more information about the Kumon Reading Program.

Price and Fees

Updated Tuition Policy:

1. Effective October 1st, 2023 the new tuition rate per subject is as follows:
    a. $140 per month for students in Grade 5 and below
    b. $150 per month for students in Grade 6-8
    c. $165 per month for students in Grade 9 and above
    d. $5 per month discount for second subject or sibling, up to $10 per family
    e. $40 one-time material fee per student at enrollment
    f. $60 one-time registration fee per student at enrollment.

2. Tuition is paid on a monthly basis.

3. Tuition is due on the first of the month. Past due tuition is subject to a late fee of $25 per occurrence.

4. EFT is mandatory; other forms of payment are subject to $5 processing fee per month.

5. EFT credit card payment is accepted with 4% processing fee.

6. Invoices will be sent electronically on the first of the month to each family.

7. Monthly statement will be sent electronically on the 15th of the month to each family.

8. Change in enrollment status has to be in writing.

The full month's tuition will be charged if any class has been attended or material taken for the month. At least 30 day advanced written notice, prior to the start of the last month, is required to withdraw from the program. Otherwise a full month's tuition will be charged. Enrollment fee will be re-assessed and the new tuition structure will be applied if a student is absent over two consecutive months. Two weeks' advanced written notice is required to be temporary absent for the entire month without payment. Any material taken or session attended during the month will be charged for the full month's tuition.

Beyond 30 days of temporary absence per year, the student will be discontinued from the program and will need to re-enroll as a new student with associated fees.

For the monthly charge, your child is entitled to one half-hour sessions per subject per class day. The mandatory attendance requirement is one day per week but two days per week is highly recommended. If your child is enrolled in two subjects, then he/she can attend one hour long session for the two subjects per class day.

Pre-enrollment process - we are asking every prospective parent to come to our Parent Information Meetings which is held monthly. We feel very strongly that by coming to the meeting, our parents will gain a much better understanding how the program works and also gauging whether the program is a good fit for their child. Please check our calendar for the next meeting.

You can contact us by phone: (952) 920-9082


  • Commitment demonstrated by parents and students is a prerequisite for enrollment into the program.

  • 100% attendance and homework completion are the keys to success in the program.

  • Students are expected to attend class regularly.

  • Students spending time in class with our staff allows us to assess their progress, guide them in understanding new concepts, motivate them towards self-learning as well as prepare appropriate homework for them.

  • Students should follow class procedures.

  • No food or drink is allowed during class hours. Students need to complete their work independently in a quiet and nurturing environment. Parents and siblings may wait quietly in the waiting area or in the mall area within the building.

  • Any student disrupting class will be given a chance to work at a different table. If disruptive behavior continues he/she will be asked to leave.

  • Correspondence study is possible when parents demonstrate a strong understanding of and commitment to the program.