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Success  Stories

Introduction

Our students, ranging from preschool through 12th grade, develop the skills that help them build upon each concept they learn. With individualized learning plans, motivation and practice, our center prepares students to become avid learners, encouraging success throughout their entire academic experience and beyond.


Testimonial

Josie’s Story


Josie is 10-years-old, studying three years above her grade level in the Kumon Program. In fact, she’s studying the same math material that her mom, who is an eighth grade teacher, teaches her students. Imagine that, a 10-year-old transforming equations, working with linear functions and simplifying monomials and polynomials. She’s well on her way to advanced algebraic expressions and she isn’t even in middle school yet.


One of the things that Josie likes most about Kumon is the fact that she’s studying above her grade level.


“Kumon gives me confidence because I know how strong of a student it has made me,” says Josie. “I know that I can do and learn anything if I do the work and practice daily. Kumon has taught me about the importance of focusing and to not be afraid of challenges, but to enjoy them and work through them because I know I can overcome anything.”


Josie embodies everything that Toru Kumon had in mind when he founded the Kumon Method. He felt that students would experience the true benefits of the Kumon Method if they acquired the study habits necessary for self-learning and advanced study.


Discover more inspiring success stories on the Kumon Blog !


Congratulations to the 2011 Kumon Sweepstakes Scholarship Winner: Agnes Mathew

As part of the “Kumon Fall Scholarship Sweepstakes” campaign, we awarded Agnes Mathew a $2,000 scholarship in Kumon Tuition. Agnes is a 5th grader in Coolidge Elementary School. She has been studying math at our center since 2010. Agnes is a G by 5 student, which means that she attained Level G (pre-Algebra/Algebra) by the 5th grade.

In her own words, Agnes says, "It's a great honor to receive a Kumon scholarship. It's not every day that a person gets a scholarship. I am really happy that I got one. Kumon has helped me grow in my academic level. It helps me to understand things at school. I learn things above my grade level. It's fun to explain things to my friends when I have time. I have a goal to get to level J. Kumon is a great program."

The contest received more than 16,000 entries, and Kumon presented twelve scholarships across the northeast region.

Congratulations Agnes! We hope to see you attain Level J and even beyond! Best of luck to you in all of your studies!