What age can students start SuperMath?

SuperMath accepts students who are Pre-K through adult. Pre-K students must be able to write numbers 0 through 9.

What is the difference between a trial class and the introductory class?

The introductory class is for new students who have completed the registration form and made initial payment. After taking the introductory class, they will be ready to join their regular class. A trial class is a one hour private lesson for students who are still deciding if they want to enroll. The trial class fee of $200 does not count towards tuition or registration fee.

Can students join any class?

Students who are aged kindergarten and older can join regular classes, subject to availability. We teach in a differentiated classroom, where students of various ages and levels are provided with individual instruction in a group setting. All SuperMath instructors are trained to teach different level students.

What happens if a student misses class?

There is no regular make up class. However, students can exchange four consecutive absences for a one hour private lesson.

Can students change classes?

Students can change classes at the beginning of the month, subject to availability.

How quickly do students progress?

Progress depends on understanding class work and the amount of homework completed.

How do we make payment?

We accept check or money order payable to Super Math.
Write the student’s full name in the memo line. We also accept exact cash amount. We do not accept any credit card payments, including online or payment apps