Spirit Of math

Welcome To Forest Hill Campus

Spirit Of math

Strong Education is Important to Us

Students come to us to learn math and stay with us for years. This is because the people who nurture your children and the students who will be learning alongside your child at our campus take education seriously. When you come to our campus, you are joining a powerful community of future leaders.


* NEW STUDENTS: A minimum B+ and a free, no-obligation interview with our campus is required.

Campus Message

Dear Parents and Guardians,

It is my pleasure to welcome you to our Forest Hill Campus. With classes from Monday through Thursday, the Forest Hill campus supports students from a wide variety of public and private schools within the area.

The students attending the Forest Hill campus are highly motivated and eager for a challenge. We meet their needs by helping them work through a series of challenging math problems that promote logical thinking and quick problem solving, while they learn to work in groups to solve complex, multi-step problems.

We work closely with both students and parents/guardians alike, to help children achieve their goals as they continuously improve their mathematical, reasoning and social skills. Our unique curriculum is delivered by professional and highly trained Spirit of Math teachers who are as passionate about teaching, as your children are about learning. With our curriculum, Spirit of Math students achieve exceptional results in their day schools, in math contests, and in competitions and continue to take on new challenges in their life with confidence.

I look forward to teaching, learning and working with our new and returning students and their parents/guardians throughout their Spirit of Math journey. I invite you to arrange a visit to our Forest Hill Campus or you can contact me for more information.

Sincerely,

Chandra Piduri
Principal
Spirit of Math Forest Hill


Forest Hill Campus Address

259 Eglinton Ave W
Toronto ON  M4R 1B1
Canada

647-977-2703
foresthill@spiritofmath.com


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