On Average Kids Lose 2.7 Months of Math Knowledge Over Summer”–Harvard Graduate School of Education
The proven Mathnasium Method™ builds foundations for math mastery through deep understanding, with outcomes far superior to other summer math programs which often rely on drilling or rote memorization. CAMP MATHNASIUM adds a new dimension with STEAM activities like Kite Building, Spaghetti Towers, Escape Room, and everybody’s favorite…SLIME! Math comprehension improves. Excitement and confidence grows! Students strengthen their natural love of learning.

Basic Info:

Locations: Avon, Brownsburg, Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville, Zionsville
Phone: Avon: (317) 680-1980; Brownsburg: (317) 754-6284; Carmel: (317) 846-6284; Fishers: (317) 733-5000; Noblesville: (317) 795-1059; Zionsville: (317) 733-9100
Website: www.mathnasium.com/indy
Gender of Campers: All
Dates:  All locations offer programs all summer.
Hours: Vary by location
Ages: Grades 1-12. Ages and program offers vary by location.

Q&A with Mathnasium:

What makes Mathnasium unique?

Summer is a great time to be at Mathnasium! We offer 100% learning, confidence-building, and fun without the distractions and pressure of homework help. Mathnasium’s summer math programs give kids what they need to catch up, keep up, or get a jump on the math they’ll be facing in the fall. Don’t miss out on CAMP MATHNASIUM and all of its exciting STEAM activities. Mathnasium memberships and summer programs offer multiple sessions each week that work around your busy schedule. Mathnasium makes math fun and rewarding. We make math make sense.


What activities are offered at Mathnasium?

The CAMP MATHNASIUM experience includes all of our proprietary and award-winning math instruction plus the most fun and engaging STEAM activities your kids will experience anywhere this summer. After all, we’re the experts! Each student’s camp activity and learning plan experience is completely individualized to their level to ensure we’re building new insights upon solid foundations. Our traditional memberships are also available all summer long to work on individualized learning plans that fill gaps or expose students to advanced skills that prepare for higher learning levels when they return to school in the fall. Students enrolled in summer school courses may also get homework help at Mathnasium over the summer.


What is the camper-to-counselor ratio?

3-4 students per Instructor.


How much time do the campers spend outside?

No outdoor activities or instruction. No rain gear. No sunscreen. Stay cool and dry inside with us!

What is the typical daily schedule for campers?

Students can attend 2-3 sessions per week (10-12 sessions per month on average) for an hour each. During each session, our Instructors will help students progress in their individualized learning plan.


How old are the instructors and how are they trained?

Instructors hard work year-round at Mathnasium. They include students who are math experts as well as teachers and professionals. All Instructors complete the same Mathnasium comprehensive training program.


What accommodations are made for campers with special needs?

Each student creates a learning plan that is tailored to their level. Identifying where that solid, strong foundation lies with each student creates a starting point that can produce results to boost confidence and lift students up to, into, and even beyond grade level.

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