Stories about REAL Kumon students and their success in school and beyond.
Albertus was first introduced to Kumon as an early teen. As a child, he was diagnosed with autism and language delays. Reading comprehension issues arose throughout childhood and it became more pronounced when he was about 14 years old. His mother heard of Kumon through professional acquaintances and was steadfast in enrolling her son inREAD MORE >
In many ways, Michael is a typical eight-year-old boy. He enjoys playing baseball and basketball and participating in cub scouts. He loves to read Harry Potter books and enjoys anything related to science. What the average person wouldn’t realize is that Michael tested at a tenth grade math level as a third grader and receivedREAD MORE >
Diagnosed with autism at the age of three, Angela enrolled in Kumon for the life skills. Her younger sister, Christina, enrolled to advance her math and reading skills. The sisters inspired each other along their unique paths to “J by 6”, which is the study of advanced algebra and critical reading (Level J inREAD MORE >
Josie, 10-years-old, Math Level H, Reading Level G
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