U.S. Royal Martial Arts teaches Tae Kwon Do and Hap Ki Do to children and adults, and offers a beautiful, cafe-like…More wi-fi hot-spot overlooking the training mats for parents waiting while the children take lessons. (Sixty percent of the martial arts school's students are children, and forty percent are teens and adults.) Children enrolled in martial arts classes can also enroll in "mental math" classes, which teach math concepts using an abacus. Summer camps teach martial arts, mental math and computers.
Kumon Math and Reading Center is an after-school math and reading enrichment program that aims to unlock the…More potential of children. This is done with building self-confidence and empowerment. Junior Kumon is for children aged 3 to 5. Starting with preschool and going though the 12th grade, Kumon designs individual math and reading programs for students to advance at their own pace.
There are three centers in Montgomery County. Nationally, there are 1,500 franchised centers and 250,000 students. Internationally, there is 26,000 centers in 46 countries. The corporate headquarters is in Osaka, Japan.
A Plus Learning provides after-school enrichment program for third- to 12th-grade students. This is achieved with…More certified professional teachers, small classes with an average size of nine students, and an advanced curriculum. The 29 teachers working with A Plus have actual classroom experience and advanced degrees in their subject areas.
Courses offered are math, pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, pre-calculus and calculus. Workshops include math, writing, grammar, critical writing and reading. Preparation courses are for PSAT, SAT and SAT-II. All classes are offered in the spring, fall, and summer semester.
An accent modification program is offered to improve fluency. A good knowledge of vocabulary and English grammar is required.
C2 Education offers individual tutoring, homework help, shadow classes, test preparation, ACT/SAT/SATII/PSAT…More preparation courses and college counseling. The center also offers debate and math club enrichment activities.
The process starts with an assessment test to determine a personalized curriculum. The center, which works with elementary, middle and high school students, is located inside the Rockshire Village Center. There are six C2 centers in Montgomery County.
Kumon of Rockville - Montrose 6284 Montrose Rd, Rockville, MD20852 Kumon Math and Reading Center is part of an international chain that offers after-school enrichment services for…More students in pre-K through high school. Programs are individualized according to the child's skill level. Kumon's signature Academic and Rewards Programs include the Junior Kumon and Kumon Kosmic Club. This Kumon center is located in a condo business park. Please call the local number to schedule an appointment or for additional information.
School Box 5054 Nicholson Ln, Rockville, MD20852 The School Box is where teachers, parents and kids can find fun, learning activities and tools. Among the many items…More sold at the School Box are educational games, books at different levels for subjects from reading to math, teaching place mats with markers, language cds, science kits, phonics, decorative computer paper, stickers, supplies for the classroom, puzzles, art supplies, note pads, posters and more. The School Box is a great place for parents to find supplemental materials to help their kids improve in any subject at school.
Hebrew Day Institute 2200 Baltimore Rd, Rockville, MD20851 The Hebrew Day Institute is an independent Jewish school which provides instruction for students in kindergarten through…More sixth grade. The school offers a Hebrew studies program along with its general educational curriculum consisting of language arts, math, science, social studies, physical education, media technology, music and art. Clubs, sports, dance and other after-school programs are provided.
St. Patrick's Catholic School is a small and nurturing elementary school with grades up to eighth grade. Typical…More class size is 24 students per class.The curriculum is prescribed by the Archdiocese of Washington and the Maryland Department of Education requirements.
Classes focus on religion, reading, science, math, language arts, art, music, physical education, technology, library, handwriting and Spanish.
The school participates in the Catholic Youth Organization. The Parish offers instructional leagues in soccer and basketball for kindergarten through third grade students.
Redwood Montessori 1605 Veirs Mill Rd, Rockville, MD20851 Redwood Montessori tailors its curriculum and lesson plans so each child is treated as an individual and allowed to grow…More at his or her own pace. The lessons are carefully designed for the age, ability and interest of the children at each stage of their development. The curriculum includes practical life lessons (such as potty training), sensorial development, reading and writing, math, science, music, art, physical education and foreign language. There are several categories: Early Primary Class (ages 2-3), Primary Class (ages 3-6), and Elementary Class (ages 6-9). In the upper-level elementary classes, students have weekly lessons in foreign language, chorus and piano.
Washington Youth Foundation offers summer enrichment, leadership training, health education and social-skills…More programs for the Korean community.
The Maryland campus on East Gude Drive offers English and math courses from kindergarten to the 11th grade. Students in kindergarten through fifth grade also take part in hands-on science and arts and craft activities. The classes are taught by qualified public school teachers or teachers with a master's degree.
Nestled in the Aspen Hill neighborhood, Brookhaven Elementary's diverse school community receives extra support for…More its academic programs from the county. The school is focused on continuing to meet benchmarks for math and reading on state assessment tests.
With the participation of families, teachers and school staff, Brookhaven is focused on building a safe, nurturing learning community of socially-responsible students who are on track to attend college.
With nearly two-thirds of its population on Free and Reduced Price Meals, Brookhaven receives federal funds for academic support as a Title I school.
Brookhaven is part of the Wheaton cluster and the Downcounty Consortium, with students attending Argyle, Loiederman or Parkland magnet middle schools.
With 15,000 students, Rockville is home to the largest of Montgomery College's three community college campuses.…More The other campuses are located in Germantown and Takoma Park/Silver Spring.
The diverse student body attends more than 600 courses across more than 40 disciplines.
Part- and full-time students of all ages come by car, bus and Metrorail. The campus hosts cultural and community events, lectures and sports in facilities that include the Robert E. Parilla Performing Arts Center.
A state-of-the-art science center provides classroom and lab space for in-demand programs in math, science and engineering.
Rock Terrace School prepares students with learning disabilities such as autism, emotional impairments, speech and…More language disorders for independent living, employment and community involvement. The school uses the Fundamental Life Skills and Montgomery County Public Schools curriculum for students to get a Maryland Certificate at graduation. Courses range from music and visual arts to workplace education and life skills. There are also mini-courses, cooperative math and reading games, jewelry making and wildlife education. The school is part of the Montgomery County Public School System.
Affiliated with the Archdiocese of Washington, St. Mary's School seeks to foster a learning environment in which…More students build a relationship with Jesus Christ and use their gifts and talents to serve Him.
In addition to math, science, language arts and social studies, students in kindergarten and first grade learn simple prayers and Bible stories that build a foundation for their Catholic faith.
Students in grades 2 to 4 prepare for and receive the sacraments of the Eucharist and Reconciliation and memorize Catholic prayers.
Departmentalization of subject matter begins in the fourth grade. Students compile writing portfolios that allow them to track their progress.
Students in fifth and sixth grade learn about the Old and New Testament and the Mass.
Students spend two years, beginning in seventh grade, in preparation for their confirmation in the Catholic church.