Newton

We are accepting applications for 2019-2020 School Year.

To learn more about RSM-Newton, please sign up for a  Free Program Introduction/Evaluation Session

 

About RSM-Newton:

Conveniently located at 200 Wells Avenue in Newton, RSM-Newton is the headquarters and the largest branch of the Russian School of Mathematics.

Over 2,600 students come weekly to RSM-Newton from more than 30 greater Boston and MetroWest communities including Newton, Needham, Brookline, Wellesley, Westwood, Sharon, Weston, Boston, Belmont, West Roxbury, Dover, Waltham and Quincy.

With close to 300 classes ranging from beginning to advanced level at every grade, we combine experience and flexibility to meet the needs of any student looking for math enrichment.As a student, your child can experience a rich classroom experience, our alternative to math tutoring in Newton. It allows students to develop critical thinking and the problem-solving skills they need to excel in all areas of school and life.

Our curriculum includes:

• Grades K-12 Mathematics (with several levels of challenge for each grade)

• Pre-Algebra, Algebra I and Algebra II
• Geometry
• Pre-Calculus
• Calculus
• Test Preparation for the ISEE, SAT I, SAT II, ACT and AP Calculus tests

In addition to our regular classes, RSM students can participate in MOEMS (Math Olympiads) preparation teams and several SAT preparation workshops.

 

About the Campus Principal

Angela Eidelman, Campus Principal

Angela Eidelman

Education: M.S., Mathematics & Math Education

Angela Eidelman always knew that she wanted to be a teacher, and never doubted her career choice. After getting her Master degree in Mathematics and Math Education at the University of Zaporozhye Ukraine, she started her dream career. In 2012 Angela came to RSM primarily because she was interested in learning how Russian School of math introduces kids to algebra at their early age. Since that time, she has been enjoying teaching students of all ages, from  elementary to high school students. 
 
Many children think that they don't like math because they don't understand it, or because it doesn't click right away. But, during her lessons and evaluations, Angela proves that with a bit of patience, and the right teaching methodology - math can be fun and enjoyable! 
 
Angela has a passion for teaching and values the lessons and skills that the RSM program offers its students. 


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