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Incentive Programs

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Annual Award Ceremony:

Kumon of Richmond Pecan Grove recognizes students in an annual award ceremony for their accomplishments and milestones achieved in the Math and Reading programs.

Program Completer Awards:

Kumon of Richmond Pecan Grove encourages students to finish the Math and Reading programs and offers a special award to students who complete either of the programs.

Kumon Store:
Kumon of Richmond Pecan Grove opens a quarterly store where students can purchase small educational items using Kumon Dollars that they earned by completing their homework and classwork accurately and on-time.

Refer and Earn

Referral Program: 

Tell your friends and family about The Kumon Math and Reading Center of Pecan Grove and receive a $10 Amazon Gift Card per student that enrolls. Your friend will receive a $10 Amazon Gift Card too! No limit on how many you refer.


Simply forward this website to your friends and family to start earning! Want to boost your earnings? Share it on social media! Remember to ask your friends to mention your name when they enroll.

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Referral coupons are also available in our center. Please ask one of our staff members for more information.

kumon+ Student Loyalty Program

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kumon+ is a loyalty program that rewards students for attending a Kumon Center. Think of it as a special club for Kumon Students - one that motivates them as they work through the Kumon program. Students earn points for every complete month they attend Kumon, plus bonus points for as long as they’re enrolled. These points can be traded in for exciting rewards. And if students are enrolled in our Math and Reading programs, they’ll earn points for both subjects. Every Kumon Student is a member of kumon+.

For more information on kumon+.

Advanced Student Honor Roll

The Advanced Student Honor Roll recognizes Kumon students working ahead of their school grade level. Ambitious students remain in the program in order to stay above their grade level. These students study more challenging material than they are receiving at school in pursuit of their academic aspirations.