Frequently Asked Questions

Metromath is located at 3195 Sheppard Avenue East, Unit 102, Scarborough, ON M1T 3K1.
Metromath provides a proven Accelerated Learning Program developed in collaboration with educators from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. Students benefit from an individualized, self-guided learning method, which when paired with quality instruction and guidance, promotes independence, comprehension, and an in-depth understanding of mathematical concepts.
Metromath Learning Centres charge a competitive monthly rate consistent with supplemental tutoring companies across Canada. As we offer multiple programs, please contact us for specifics on payment terms.
Children attend Metromath 1-2 x per week based on their schedule and goals. We work with parents to determine an appropriate plan with their child’s best interests in mind.
Every child improves at their own pace. Our program director and teachers work in collaboration to ensure Metromath is providing the best possible learning environment to promote performance enhancement. Typically, children see incremental improvements as they move through our program while the longest tenured students tend to see marked improvements as a product of ongoing instruction.
Yes, our tutors are trained extensively through Metromath and have either obtained their Bachelor’s degree or are currently studying Mathematics at the university level.
Class sizes depend on the program chosen. However, no program exceeds a student-to-teacher ratio of 1:8.
Yes! At Metromath, we find the fun in learning! Our staff is patient, energetic, and always willing to go above and beyond. We understand that math is challenging, and we work tirelessly to ensure children are enjoying themselves while improving their skills.
Metromath Learning Centres are available for children in grade 1-12.
At Metromath we work in close collaboration with parents. From registration onwards, we work with parents to set goals for their children and track their progress. Parents can feel comfortable that their children are improving in a safe and supportive learning environment.
Our curriculum has been developed in collaboration with educators from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education and works to enhance the public school curriculum.