Winter Mathland @RSM MetroWest Feb 28th 5-8 PM!

About RSM-Metrowest:


RSM-MetroWest, the first affiliate of RSM in Massachusetts, opened in 2003 as MetroWest School of Mathematics.

As part of the broader RSM community, we provide a world-class math education with an emphasis on problem solving skills and critical thinking.

For more information about our Framingham events, please check our Events tab. Check regularly, as we often have events that include math games, math puzzles, and general math for kids fun. Family fun is especially encouraged!

Please visit the RSM-MetroWest website for more more detail, latest news and information.

We offer instruction in Mathematics for Grades K-12, as well as SAT-I  math preparation. We also provide training for and access to key national and international math competitions for all ages, and we are very proud of our results!

We strive to nourish an appreciation of the beauty of mathematics in all students. We love and appreciate the appeal and intellectual challenge of recreational mathematics, and try to incorporate elements of recreational mathematics into our classroom and as additional extra-curricular activities.

Today our math school serves more than 1,000 students from over 40 communities in the MetroWest area including Ashland, Framingham, Westborough, Natick, Southborough, Sudbury, Hopkinton, Marlborough, Franklin, and Wayland.

The school is located in the Framingham Historic District off the west-bound side of Worcester Road (Rt.9) and Edgell Rd. (See Map).

About the Director

Dr. Anna Charny, Director

Dr. Anna Charny

Education: M.S. and PhD from MIT

Dr. Charny is RSM-MetroWest's Managing Director and one of its co-founders. Anna has a lifelong interest in teaching advanced mathematics to primary and secondary school children. Her teaching experience ranges from elementary to graduate school. She is a co-founder and the first Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Advanced Math and Science Academy (AMSA) Charter School in Marlborough, MA, where she subsequently served for many years on the Board of Trustees. Dr. Charny also serves on the Advisory Board of Computer Science Unplugged, a non-profit organization developing methods and materials for teaching computer science algorithms to elementary and middle school students.

Dr. Charny's passion for quality math and science education comes on top of her career as a researcher in the area of advanced algorithms and protocols for the Next Generation Internet. She has authored many academic publications, contributed to a number of Internet standards, and authored 36 U.S. patents.

A graduate of one of the top-tier math schools in Moscow, Dr. Charny strongly believes that she owes much of her professional success to her own early math teachers.  She is committed to giving each of her students a strong start in life and the love of a good problem.


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