San Mateo

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About RSM-San Mateo:

RSM-San Mateo first opened in Foster City in 2011.  The school relocated to San Mateo in 2013.

Today the school's math programs in San Mateo provide after-school math enrichment for K-12 students from San Mateo and the neighboring communities of Foster City, Hillsborough, Burlingame, Millbrae, Redwood City, Redwood Shores, San Carlos, Belmont, Menlo Park, Atherton, South San Francisco, San Francisco, Palo Alto, Pacifica, Half Moon Bay, San Bruno, and Portola Valley.

The Russian School of Mathematics is fully accredited by WASC (Western Association of Schools and Colleges) ensuring that each aspect of our math programs is carefully evaluated against state standards and that local schools accept and acknowledge our course transcripts.

At RSM-San Mateo we believe that a quality mathematics education is one of the most powerful tools you can provide a child. We view the widespread aversion to math in our culture and schools as a major problem. Our mission (especially at the elementary level) is to create a counter culture that embraces math as both exciting and useful. RSM's San Mateo math programs are not only designed for students who intend to study math in college. They are made to help widen opportunities in all fields by enhancing logic and critical thinking skills, developing math-specific abilities, and fostering a deep appreciation for the subject.

At RSM-San Mateo, you’ll learn that “Math is cool!”

About the Principal

Zivile Otero, Principal

Zivile Otero

Education: M.A. in Mathematics from Vilnius University, M.A. in Education from Vytautas Magnum University, Kaunas

Ms Zivile Otero was born and raised in Lithuania, where she started working as a math teacher in 1986. She has worked in private schools, and in one of the best high schools in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. She also has work experience in the Ministry of Education and Science, and the National Examination Centre of Lithuania. In 2013 Ms. Otero moved to the United States and began her teaching career at the Russian School of Mathematics. Her goal is to empower every student to be successful.


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