Love that Devin is learning/relearning the subject matter. He seems very interested in attending his sessions. I appreciate the updates and the engagement of Mr. Sam. I speak highly of your services to others and will continue. Thanks for a very positive experience. Btw, are you on Yelp or Manta?
I always mention Mathnasium to people that we know at Dynamo since they know we show up to swim practice after attending Mathnasium. For some, it is too far of a drive, but for others the cost adds up. We already pay roughly $400/month to be on the competitive club swim team. I do know the feedback from the middle school parents are that the schedule is too hard to fit in since they get out of school later and swim practice starts at 6:00. They don't have enough time on a weekday to attend. Swimmers at that age group are required 4 practices a week and they are 1.5 hours. Have you ever considered have one night that you are open until around 9:30? I know in two years I will be asking that question for myself.
I sent a student yesterday and he took a tour. My children feel as though they are not judged or punished for what they don't know becacause the tutors are passionate in making sure the children get it at an individualized pace they understand.
I love the small group and one on one learning my daughter gets. I love that they can help with specific challenges or concepts from school. All of the tutors and staff are respectful and professional.
Ashley's math skill has improved tremendously since joining Mathnasium. She rarely need help on her math homework from school because Mathnasium keeps Ashley stay ahead. She gets all A or A+ on her math tests from school. And most importantly she enjoys going to Mathnasium to learn new math skills.
My Kids have been actively enrolled in Mathnasim of Dunwoody for the last 3 years where they enjoy attending the session with extremely friendly and helpful staff. Besides we have experience a great improvement for their academic development during this period which exceed their colleagues at school