For more than 50 years, Kumon’s after-school academic enrichment program has helped children achieve success worldwide. We strive to instill in children the desire to achieve and the motivation to learn on their own. Whether your child is seeking enrichment, needs help catching up or is just beginning his or her academic career, Kumon is designed to help him or her develop a love of learning.
Kumon can help your child master math and reading skills, often helping them earn their best grades ever. Build study skills such as confidence, focus and work ethic
Reduce homework stress and test anxiety. As the students advance, their school work will be easier for them to understand since they've already been learning the principles through Kumon. Children continue their learning for math and reading skills during summer break so they are entering the new school year with a leg up on their peers.
The Kumon Center for Math and Reading of Westford is conveniently located at 175 Littleton Rd. Westford, MA 01886 across from Whole Foods. Please call the center at (978) 392-0583 for general inquiries, current promotions, and to schedule a parent orientation at the center.
Our students, ranging from preschool through 12th grade, develop the skills that help them build upon each concept they learn. With individualized learning plans, motivation and practice, our center prepares students to become avid learners, encouraging success throughout their entire academic experience and beyond. You can find more information about the Kumon Math and Reading Center of Westford at www.kumon.com/westford or visit their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/KumonofWestford to see pictures, events, and interesting articles about how Kumon impacts the lives of its students.
Kumon Center for Math and Reading
175 Littleton Road
Westford MA 01886
“Samantha never dreamed she would visit France, let alone be honored for her exemplary math skills, especially when just six years ago, her parents enrolled her in Kumon because she needed a little extra help with reading and math. Now, Samantha is above grade level in both subjects and has even been recognized by the International Mathematical Society. Samantha accidentally received the eighth-grade test at her school for an international math contest. Even though the test was two grades above her level, she received the top score, ranking in the top 4% among 30,000 eighth graders at French schools around the world.”