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About the Center


For more than 60 years, Kumon’s after-school academic enrichment program has helped children achieve success worldwide. We strive to instill in children the desire to achieve and the motivation to learn on their own. Whether your child is seeking enrichment, needs help catching up or is just beginning his or her academic career, Kumon is designed to help him or her develop a love of learning. 

Students advance through the program at their own pace. Our emphasis on individualized learning helps your child become focused, motivated and self-reliant. We monitor each child’s progress to ensure comprehension before moving on to a new concept. With a strong academic foundation, critical thinking and problem solving abilities, your child has the potential to achieve whatever he or she desires. 

The Kumon Math Program is a comprehensive curriculum that develops the necessary skills to help children progress from counting through calculus. For more information about the Kumon Math Program, click here

The Kumon Reading Program begins with basic phonics and progresses all the way through advanced reading comprehension. For more information about the Kumon Reading Program, click here.

Price and Fees

Monthly Tuition 

Monthly tuition is $140 per subject.

Cash payments are due in advance on the 25th of each month.

Credit/Debit card payments are deduced automatically on the 1st of every month. 


Registration Fee 

There is a one-time registration fee of $50 per student.


Materials Fee 

There is a one-time materials fee of $30 per student.



There is a one-time non-refundable deposit of $100 per family. This will be applied to the student(s) 7th month of study.


Late Fee 

A $10 late fee will be applied when cash payments are made after the 1st of the month or if card payments are made after the 5th of the month.


Payment Options 

Cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express and UnionPay are acceptable forms of payment. We do not accept personal checks.



Center Policies


·        Parent Orientation

·        Free Placement Test

·        Discussion of your child’s needs, abilities, &goals


·      Tuition is non-refundable once a student has started receiving work for the month.

·        The tuition fee is a fixed amount. It does not vary with the number of worksheets

completed, the number of class sessions a student attends, or the times and days the

center is open.

·        Upon enrolling, the first month’s tuition, registration fee, materials fee, and deposit are due in full.

o   If you decide to discontinue from Kumon, you must let us know in writing by the 15thof the current month and fill out the exit survey to stop payment and enrollment for the following month.


·        Each scheduled session is based on a strict 30 minute block appointment time per subject. Please do not arrive more than 3 minutes early in order to comply with COVID 19 regulations.

·        All Kumon students are recommended to attend two scheduled non consecutive sessions per week. Zoom class sessions are available.


·        Parents must wait for their child outside of the center.

·        Upon arrival students must wash their hands at sink located at the front of the Center.

·        Upon departure students are encouraged to use hand sanitizer before leaving the Center.

·        No pets, cell phones, games, music, food, or drinks are permitted in the Center.

·        Students should arrive with a face mask, 2 sharpened pencils and 1 eraser to class.

·        Homework should be turned in: home graded in pen, with earliest date on top and in order, completed with a pencil and eraser if there were corrections.


o    Answer books are provided for home grading. As your child moves through the levels you may change out the book. If lost, a $5replacement will be charged for second answer book.


·        Communication is welcomed. Parents are encouraged to ask questions about their child’s progress.  Call or text the Center during office hours to speak with the instructor or to schedule a parent conference.

·        Only students may enter the classroom. During class hours, please leave a note regarding your comment, question, or request with the check-in assistant or text the Kumon phone number.


·        Please call or text the Center as soon as possible if your child will be absent. At this time you may arrange for the work to be picked up. If you cannot make it to pick up during our regular hours, we have an after hour pick up basket hanging on the outside of the door. Work will not be put out without prior arrangements.

·        Please give a one-week notice prior to vacation to ensure that your child’s work is prepared in advance.

·        Kumon is a year-round program.  Students absent more than one month during a calendar year must be re-enrolled and pay the registration fee to resume Kumon study.

o   Please note all Kumon+ are forfeited if a student must re-enroll as a new student.


·        Kumon is closed for all national holidays and during the last week of the year. Please see closure list for specific dates.

Thursday, July 14 – Instructor Work Day
Friday, August 19 – Hawaii Admission Day
Wednesday, September 21 – Instructor Work Day
Tuesday, October 18 – Instructor Work Day
Friday, November 11 – Veteran’s Day
Thursday-Saturday, November 24-26 – Thanksgiving Break
Saturday-Monday, December 24-January 2 – Winter Break


As we deal with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it is important that we do our part to mitigate the possibility of new infections.

1.   We will follow all current state and county guidelines regarding how we can interact with one another (social distancing 3 feet apart).

2.   All students, staff and anyone entering the Kumon Center must wear a face mask or face shield.

3.   Please do not bring your child to Kumon if they are not feeling well, have a fever, or show symptoms of illness.  Depending on the current environment regarding the severity of active COVID-19 infections in Hawaii, we may take the temperature readings of our students upon entry into the center.

a.   If a student has a fever, we will wait 5 minutes to retake temperature. If the student’s temperature remains above 100.4, he or she will be asked to leave.

b.   If a student displays visible signs of illness (repeated coughing or sneezing, lethargy, etc.) they may be asked to leave. Although we are not qualified to diagnose an illness, it is important that we avoid the possibility of spreading illness.

4.   Students will be asked to wash their hands upon entering and use hand sanitizer upon leaving the Kumon Center.

5.    Appointment times. Students will receive an appointment time to attend Kumon.  We will be strictly enforcing student scheduling to limit the number of people in the center at once.  All students should arrive promptly at their scheduled time and should not remain at the center past their appointment time.

a.    Priority to choose appointment times will be given to our students based on seniority (date of enrollment).

b.    Appointment times will be enforced.  Missing his or her appointment time may result in missing the opportunity to stay at the center to complete classwork and instead being asked to take classwork home to complete.

6.   Only students can stay inside the Kumon Center. To avoid overcrowding and allow maximum seating following social distancing guidelines, ALL non Kumon students will be asked to wait outside the Kumon Center.  Loitering near entrances will not be allowed.


In efforts to mitigate the spread of infection, our Kumon Math and Reading center will:

·        Ventilate the Center by opening the doors

·        Use of Winix Air Purifier at all times

·        Minimize crowding: Students will sit at least three feet apart from each other. Siblings or same households are the only students that may share desks at this time.

·        Reduce conversation and avoid close contact

·        Fully disinfect center: regularly disinfect commonly touched/shared surfaces

·        Utilize PPE: require anyone who enters the Center to wear a mask and take the temperature of everyone upon entrance

We ask that Parents and Students support our efforts by:

·        Having students bring their own pencil and eraser.  This will minimize the sharing of supplies and the spread of germs.

·        Encouraging proper personal hygiene. Wash hands upon entry and use hand sanitizer upon exit.

Here are a few tips from the Center of Disease Control and Prevention:

·        Teach your child(ren) to wash their hands often.  Washing with soap and warm water for at least20 seconds is ideal.

·        Hand sanitizer is an effective alternative to washing hands if hands are not visibly soiled. Gels, rubs, and hand wipes all work well if they contain at least 60% alcohol. Hand wipes must be disposed of properly.  Always read and follow label instructions when using hand sanitizer.

·        Teach your child(ren) to keep their hands away from their face and avoid touching their mouth, nose, or eyes when possible.

·        Teach your child(ren) to cover coughs and sneezes with tissues or by coughing into their sleeve or the inside of their elbow—not their hands.  If a tissue is used it should be thrown out immediately.

If you suspect that your child(ren) has contracted any illness, it is important that they do not visit the center until they have had no fever for at least 72 hours without the use of fever reducing medicine AND other symptoms have improved (for example, when your cough or shortness of breath has improved).

Thank you for your help in keeping everyone at our Kumon Center healthy!  


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