The Kumon Method of Learning began out of a father’s love for his son. In 1954, Toru Kumon, a high school math teacher in Japan, created handmade worksheets for his son to steadily develop his calculation skills. As a result, his son named Takeshi was able to reach the level of differential and integral calculus when he was just a few months into the sixth grade.
This same method that helped Takeshi advanced beyond his school grade level is now catering to 4 million students across 50 countries and regions around the world. We, in Kumon, believe that each individual can advance irrespective of their age and their school grade level.
In the Philippines, more than 280 Kumon Centers are ready to nurture students in pursuit of their potential.
Contact the nearest Kumon Center in your area, and learn how we can help your child become an independent self-learner and develop life skills that will help them shape their future.