Our upcoming January 10 Math Project Day and some of our student entries were featured in the Lexington Minuteman.
Since opening in 2010, RSM-Lexington has leveraged the Russian School of Mathematics' award-winning math curriculum and teaching methodology to help K-12 students build excellence in math and develop lifelong critical thinking skills.
RSM-Lexington is a great learning community where students are not only active participants in their own learning but instrumental in helping their fellow students succeed.
Today RSM-Lexington enrolls more than 1000 students from Lexington, Winchester, Belmont, Arlington, Burlington, Bedford, Woburn, Cambridge, Waltham, Medford, Melrose, Lincoln and Somerville.
To better serve Lexington families, our school is conveniently located at 4 Militia Drive, which is now a designated bus stop thanks to the Lexington Public Schools Transportation Department.
About the Principal
Education: M.Ed., Mathematics and Computer Science
M.Ed., Educational Research, Measurement and Evaluation
Sona Antonyan comes from a family of teachers, so it's no surprise that she found her passion in teaching as well. She began teaching while still earning her degree and excelled enough to become a licensed teacher's trainer. She also became involved with experimental methodologies designed to enhance students' engagement with mathematics. After immigrating to the United States, she began to study and work at Boston College, supervising future teachers' practicums in public schools. Soon after discovering RSM through her colleagues, Sona began teaching at the school. When offered the opportunity to lead RSM-Lexington, she accepted without hesitation.