Skokie

 We are excited to announce the start of our Homework Help Sign Up!

Click here to sign-up for our In House Homework Help on Mondays.

and

Click here to sign-up for Online Homework Help.

Please make sure you read the procedures and policies on the sign-up pages.

 

RSM-SKOKIE has opened its doors after the building remodel and had it's first day of school on September 10th, 2019!! Welcome to the new branch of the Russian School of Mathematics located at 8816 Gross Point Rd. Skokie, IL 60077.

 

THE GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION OF RSM-SKOKIE WILL TAKE PLACE ON OCTOBER 19, 2019 FROM 2 P.M. UNTIL 5 P.M. AT 8816 GROSS POINT RD., SKOKIE, IL 60077! 

About RSM-Skokie:

 

RSM-Skokie is the newest branch of the Russian School of Mathematics. Our after-school math program serves students from Skokie and other northern Chicago communities, including but not limited to Lincolnwood, Morton Grove, Niles, Glencoe, Glenview, Wilmette, and Evanston.

 

 NOW ENROLLING FOR FALL 2019! 

  

  Our mission is to use RSM’s well-structured teaching strategy and award-winning math school curriculum to help students build a solid math foundation. By participating in the program, students develop lifelong critical thinking skills. Schedule a free math evaluation to understand your child's needs and how we can meet them. 

 At RSM-Skokie, we believe that a quality mathematics education is one of the most powerful tools a child can gain. As an alternative to math tutoring in the local community, RSM is not only for students who intend to study math in college or become mathematicians. It’s designed to widen students’ opportunities in all fields by fostering:

 Enhanced logic and critical thinking skills

Math-specific abilities

A deep appreciation for the subject

About the Principal

Boris Kofman, Principal

Boris Kofman

Education: M.S in Civil Engineering, B.S. in Land and Construction Survey, Belarusian Polytechnic Academy, Belarus

Boris graduated with honors in math and physics and earned awards for excellence in academic studies from a prestigious special math and physics high school in Russia. His rigorous math training in school shaped his logical and critical thinking skills which in turn helped him quickly grasp new concepts and essential parts of new technologies throughout his extensive engineering career. He later found himself working in a highly innovative business of designing and building high-tech attractions for kids of all age groups.


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