Willowdale - Incarnation Campus - Spirit of Math Schools

WELCOME TO Willowdale – Incarnation Campus
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Dear Students, Parents and Guardians,

 

Welcome to Incarnation Campus of Spirit of Math Schools! I am excited to announce that our Incarnation location now offers a full range of classes from grade 1 to grade 11.

On behalf of our staff here at Incarnation Campus, we thank all parents and students who have chosen to include Spirit of Math Schools as a part of their lives, especially those who have been with us for years. It is with your support, that we can continuously deliver the education we all are very proud of and to develop the very real gifts and talents of all our students.

We look forward to working with you and your children in the 2019-2020 school year. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions.

Yours sincerely,

 

Kitty Wu

Campus Director-Incarnation

 

 

Learn more about our Classes, Programs or How to Register

CAMPUS UPDATES

Upcoming Open House:

Thursday Sept. 26th  5:00 pm – 7:00 pm. Meet our teachers and see your campus! Free Trial Class tickets available.

Important Announcement

To accommodate most private school schedules, our March Break has been changed to March 8th – 21st.

REGISTRATION 2019/2020:

Existing Students ―Current Spirit of Math students who wish to re-register at the Incarnation or Forest Grove campuses for next year may register at either of one the Willowdale campuses or at the Spirit of Math Global HQ at 1446 Don Mills Rd, Toronto. Please download and complete the registration form and you can also review and download our printable class schedule for 2019-20 school year.

New Students ―If you are interested in learning more about Spirit of Math or registering for the first time, please book an interview with the Campus Director via the button below. Thank you 

 

To visit our other Willowdale Campus location, click below:

What our parents & students say!

  • Naoko:
    "My son, Max, has been enrolled in Sprit of Math at the Incarnation campus for 3 years. You can really see the difference, as the program is quite challenging and fast paced. It's a great program because of the collaborative method and each topic is mastered before moving on to the next. There are lots of drills and mental math questions in class as well as for the homework that is assigned. Learning material is at least one grade above the grade level in the regular school. I would recommend the program if you are looking  for a challenge for your child." - Naoko Ishida., parent of Max, grade 4
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  • Malak: "I like spirit of math because every week, there is always something new to learn and to improve at. At Spirit of Math, I like the homework drills because it helps develop your multiplication skills. Spirit of Math helps you work on more challenging math problems, but the most important thing is that it shows you how to collaborate with others. When I am working with my group, I make sure we are on task because we need to be focused so we could understand it. This is why I like spirit of math." - Malak., grade 4 student
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  • Chris: "Our children have enjoyed the challenge presented by Spirit of Math. They find it very satisfying to push their intellectual boundaries, and to be able to develop their skills that their fellow classmates (at their regular schools) will not learn for years. Our family car rides are now filled with never ending requests for mental math questions. Crazy how things change."  ~ Chris., parent of grade 2 and 5 students
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  • Xiaolin: “In my opinion, math is a skill a person needs to master in his/her life regardless what job that person is doing. Currently day school math courses do not provide enough challenge for students who are good at math. The Spirit of Math program really fills the gaps. The program teaches deep understanding of core math concepts and unique problem solving skills. It helps students excel in math. It is a program parents should consider for their children.” ~ Xiaolin G., parent of Andrew
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