1807 Santa Rita Rd. Suite #J
Pleasanton CA 94566
Tuesday 2:00pm - 7:00pm
Friday 2:00pm - 7:00pm
Saturday 9:30am - 1:30pm
New student enrollment orientation at 6:30pm on:
Friday, February 13th
Friday, February 27th
Please email in advance to secure a spot. Limited space available.
4554-B Dublin Blvd.
Dublin, CA 94568
Monday: 2:00pm - 6:30pm Wednesday: 2:00 - 6:00pm
Thursday: 2:00pm - 6:30pm
Saturday: 2:00pm - 4:00pm
For new student enrollment, please attend orientation at the Pleasanton Kumon Center (dates, times and location above).
What is Kumon?
Kumon Math and Reading Centers develop the untapped potential of each and every child through building confidence and developing skills in the fundamental building blocks of math and reading. At Kumon, we believe that every child has the potential to learn far beyond our expectations. It is the job of our Kumon Center to encourage each individual child to want to learn, to enjoy learning, and to be capable of studying successfully in the future.
With the Kumon Method of learning, your child can develop a solid foundation in math and reading as well as improved concentration and enhanced self-confidence. The key to learning with Kumon is to start the child at a comfortable starting point, where he or she can consistently solve 100% of the problems in a given amount of time. This approach increases self-confidence and allows the student to experience success right from the start.
Individualized Instruction lets each Kumon student advance according to individual ability rather than age or grade level. To accomplish this, the Kumon curriculum presents math and reading concepts in small increments, providing ample practice for each step. This method of individualized learning encourages independent learning, giving students the knowledge and skills to study on their own.
Through repeated practice, students develop mastery of skills before moving on to a higher level of study. Since the goal of the Kumon Method is to make high school study easy, Kumon students are encouraged to reach an advanced level of study.
Last updated: January 23, 2015