Stories about REAL Kumon students and their success in school and beyond.
Finding the motivation to continue learning during the summer can be a challenge. 13-year-old Kumon dual program completer shares advice on perseverance.
Gold medal athlete. Not many 13 year-olds have the privilege of receiving such an honor.
Add to that another remarkable achievement at a young age, Kumon dual program completer.
To say that Ethan Sen is an inspiration to other young Kumon students would be an understatement.
As a member of the USA Taekwondo National Team,
For a young man with autism, the Kumon Program was an incredible challenge for Dylan. His parents enrolled him at the age of 10 when a teacher informed them he was several grade levels behind in public school. Six years later, Dylan has become the first dual-subject completer at his Kumon Center, is excelling inREAD MORE >
4 Tips for Balancing School Work, Extracurricular Activities and Kumon
Whether it’s Little League, ballet lessons or the chess club, extracurricular activities provide kids with a way to stay active, make new friends and explore their interests. In fact, about 60 percent of children between 6 and 17 years old participate in at least one
Elizabeth’s parents never let the odds prevent their daughter from being her personal best. Elizabeth was born with chronic lung disease, a heart condition and digestive problems. Her childhood years have been consumed with in-home therapies, surgeries and hospitalization. Kosair Charities helped fill the family’s health coverage gaps for Elizabeth’s treatments. Elizabeth can now doREAD MORE >