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Enrolling your child in Kumon is the first big step
in supporting both
your child's personal and academic growth

Kumon Instructors determine a starting point at just the right level for your child after discussion with you and reviewing the results of your child's Diagnostic Test.

Finding the nearest Center and attending a Parents Orientation are the first steps to ensuring that your child gets off to a great start studying with Kumon.

Relevant helpful information to assist you in creating an image of the financial requirements when enrolling your child in a Kumon Center.

Here is some important information you will need to know when considering withdrawing from the program or resuming your child's Kumon study.

Changing locations and concerned about your child's Kumon study? You can continue Kumon in your new location.

Student Testimonials

Read the experiences of those students Kumon has helped nurture

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Because of Kumon, I know “I can”

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Vol. 2

“The most important thing from Kumon is self-learning skills that help me search and learn things on my own.”

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Vol. 3

“Kumon Worksheets is well-designed in term of psychological learning so children acquired skills from doing them.”

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Yesterday, today, and tomorrow we at Kumon always have, and always will, place the utmost importance on continuing to learn.

President Kumon Institute of Education Co., Ltd.

Instructors and staff continuously learn from students.

Words of the founder of
Kumon that we value.

Through the Kumon Method we aim to
foster sound, capable individuals
who can succeed in achieving
their goals in life.

Click here for a detailed
explanation of the secret
behind the Kumon Method.

Click here to read about the essential role of the Instructor for the Kumon Method.

One father’s love for his son gave birth to the Kumon Method of learning.

Kumon has a dream, a dream of world peace brought about by education.

Timeless and borderless, Kumon does its all for each and every individual.

It began with children in Japan and now extends to students all around the world.