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Class Hours

4:00pm - 7:00pm
10:00am - 3:00pm

Center Updates

 Kumon Center of Ladue

2018 Center Closing Dates

Kumon Ladue will be closed on the following dates. 

Wednesday, November 21 (Thanksgiving)

Saturday, November 24 (Thanksgiving)

Wednesday, December 26 (Winter break)

Saturday, December 29 (Winter break)

New Higher Level Math Tutor (2018 - 2019)

Ian Marigi, a Washington University in St. Louis math major, will be helping out Kumon Ladue on Saturdays only. He is familiar with difficult math topics such as calculus, and will thus be helping the higher level math Kumon section.

Save $60 by Referral (2018 - 2019)

Refer a family to the Kumon Center of Ladue, and save $60 if the family signs up and stays for 3 months! This offer is valid through January 31, 2017. You will find a referral form in your child’s "plastic.

Schedule a Conference (2018 - 2019)

Please contact Dr. Kimura (314-993-9192) to sign-up for a 30-minute time slot to discuss student progress and any questions you may have concerning Kumon and your child's performance. 

Potential appointment availability: Mondays or Fridays between 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. 

Two articles authored by Dr. Kimura concerning math education have been added to the Articles section of the Resources page. The articles by Dr. Kimura are entitled Why Not More Word Problems? and U.S. Math Education Needs a Paradigm Shift.

Summer Kumon Ladue Tutors and Helpers (2018)

In addition to local high school students, these are the college students working at the center during the summer:

Alyssa Despotis (Washington University in St. Louis)
Leanna Feng (Northwestern University)
Yoana Ivanova (Northwestern University)
Sophia Li (University of Chicago)
Leda Liang (Washington University in St. Louis)
Albert Liu (Emory University)
Glen Morgenstern (Duke University)
Nisha Naseer (Vanderbilt University)
Tong Zhao (MIT)

How to Enroll Your Child

Step 1
Call the center to book a free Parent Orientation and Placement Test for your child.
Step 2
Attend the Parent Orientation, and have your child take the placement test. Meet with your instructor to learn about Kumon’s individualized learning method, and review the results from your child’s placement test.
Step 3
Review your child’s progress goal plan. Based on your child’s placement test results, the instructor will create a one-year academic plan to help your child reach his or her goals.
Step 4
Enroll your child. Students will attend the center twice a week, and complete daily assignments at home. Your instructor will design an individualized lesson plan for your child that will be monitored, and changed as needed to be sure he or she is on track to reach his or her goals.
Step 5
Schedule your 30-day post-enrollment meeting. Your instructor will set a date to meet with your family after 30 days of enrollment to evaluate your child’s performance and ensure the program is going smoothly.