What our customers say...

At the start of the school year, I took my third grader to the school to try robotics and scratch programming one day a week. She was anxious that the environment might be high pressure and competitive, and I was anxious for her. Fast forward 4 months, and she calls the school her home!! She goes 3 days a week, and if she didn't have other commitments, she will want to go every day of the week. It is not just that her stamina and appetite for math and robotics have shot up, it is actually more like Krithika and the wonderful teachers, every single one of them - Poornima, Deepti, and more - have brought out her real self to thrive and enjoy problem solving in a gentle and nurturing environment that she enjoys doing math 7 days a week with no nagging or reminding needed, and loves robotics and programming. It is like being in a gifted program without the stress. Its a joy to see her thrive. The school is a real blessing for us. 

- Mom of 3rd Grader

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Gifted Test Prep

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If your child is academically gifted, curious about things, often challenge themselves, able to work independently with little direction and finding school curriculum very easy, you should consider having your child tested for your school district's gifted programs.  


 We are specialized in making students familiar with the types of questions they will encounter on the entrance exam. Students develop skills to approach these tests strategically and efficiently. 

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Our Gifted Test Prep (CogAT, IOWA/ ITBS, NNAT etc.) is designed to help provide your child with the best possible chance of success. We systematically review the required basic knowledge for gifted programs, familiarize students with testing formats by ample exercises and review test taking strategies. We provide detailed instructions and hands-on guidance aided with topic training and practices on logical and critical thinking skills. We will also provide simulated exam experience by instituting full mock tests. 

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Admissions based on screening test and parent counseling.  

  • Our classes include hands-on, fun learning activities for students. 
  • Our classes are conducted by passionate and knowledgeable teachers.
  • Our curricula are designed and tested over past 6 years.
  • Our class sizes are smaller and teachers provide focused, 1/1 attention.

Math Tutoring 1/1

Math Problem Solving

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Our programs are designed to challenge students by building a strong math foundation through creative problem solving. Our curriculum is developed based on Art of Problem Solving © and Singapore Math © curriculam, and in alignment with Common Core standard. 


We blend challenging word problems from several internationally recognized competitions in our class work as a mechanism to build strong thinking and creative problem solving skills. Our curriculum is consistently above student’s current grade. We strongly believe, with proper foundation, every student has the  potential to do excel in math.



Course Overview

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Advanced problem solving techniques, like Tables, Organized lists, and Mental Math

Arithmetic sequence, Patterns and finding missing patterns using functional machine

Whole and part, Fraction, Addition, and Subtraction, Common fraction, Mixed numbers, Simplification, Decimals, Conversions, Division, Rounding and Estimating

Factors, Factoring Techniques, and applications of factoring in number analysis

Algebra, Rates, Ratios and percent

Perimeter, Area, Angles

Data interpretation – Interpreting Pie Chart, Bar Graph, Stem and Leaf Plot, Statistics – Mean, Median, Mode, Range

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Session Overview

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Our math enrichment classes are private, 1-1, 75 minutes classes and offered on every weekdays and weekends.  You have flexibility to choose preferred day and time. 

 

Our courses focusing on developing skill sets to excel in advanced problem solving techniques. Students will be introduced to several advanced problem-solving tools and practices, and will meticulously practice to become experts in the same. 


Students from Kindergarten to High school can enroll into to their appropriate math level.  

Events Schedule

Robotics Club

Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays

from 4pm

Redmond Downtown

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Robotics Club

Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays


from 4pm

Redmond Downtown

Math Problem Solvers Club

Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays

from 4pm

Redmond Downtown

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Math Problem Solvers Club

Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays


from 4pm

Redmond Downtown

Programmers Club

Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays

from 2:30pm

Redmond Downtown & Redmond Ridge

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Programmers Club

Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays


from 2:30pm

Redmond Downtown & Redmond Ridge

Math Competition Club

Saturdays

from 10am

Redmond Downtown

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Math Competition Club

Saturdays


from 10am

Redmond Downtown

Group Classes / Clubs

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Programming Lab

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Robotic Club - Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays

Robotic Club

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 Kindergartners to Middle School students can participate in this club and attend the club on Weekends or weekdays! 


Students will be introduced to all kind of robotics systems (Dash, Dot, Boost, WeDo, EV3, VEX IQ and so on). Club Students will learn how to design, program robots using fun, kid-friendly, software while developing mechanical, engineering, and problem-solving skills. They will also explore the exciting world of robotics using a powerful microcomputer brick, digital sensors, and intuitive drag-and-drop programming software modules. 


Exploration is an on-going process, and when teamwork is added in the picture, it will help students develop into independent, confident, individuals who believe they have the power to bring concepts and ideas to life. Students will learn how critical thinking and innovation will make them the creators of future. This club will enable them to build structurally, maneuver successfully through challenges, and equip themselves with S.T.E.M. knowledge and skills. 


Competitions

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Junior FLL Club (Grades 2 - 4): It’s never too early to discover STEM. FIRST LEGO League Jr. is designed to introduce STEM concepts to kids ages 6 to 10. Students build models using WeDo 2.0 and create Show Me posters to present what they learned. The program focuses on building interest in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) through a real-world challenge – to be solved by research, critical thinking, and imagination.


Wonder League Robotics Club (Grades K-2): Coding is the new team sport for future tech leaders and innovators! Over the next few months, children in teams of up to five, will design real -world science and technology solutions to collaborative problem -solving challenges for Cue, Dash & Dot robots. All club members will be completing 5 missions and submit the same for evaluation. Selected team will go for invitational events. 


  FLL Club (Grade 4 - 6): Young innovators practice imaginative thinking and teamwork. First Lego League focuses on solving real-world problems such as food safety, recycling, energy, and more using STEM concepts, plus a big dose of fun. With the guidance of two or more coaches, teams  apply science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) concepts to solve a real-world problem. 

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Session Overview

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Teams design, build, and program a LEGO MINDSTORMS  robot, then compete on a themed table-top playing field. Along their journey, students develop critical-thinking and team-building skills, build STEM self-confidence, and gain valuable perspective on the importance of failure in the learning process.


We organize FLL type scrimmage competitions for individual or teams to participate and compete.    


This is a great way to recruit passionate team member for your own team and get ready to form and participate in several local and national level robotics competition


  During each session, students will be given a skill level task. They have about 75 minutes to build and program to accomplish this task. On successful completion they will be progressing to next skill level.  Kit & Laptop will be provided for in-class use.  Students will work as an individual or as a team to complete appropriate level projects and win robotic challenges.   

AMC8 & MathCounts Club FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL

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This club is for students currently in Algebra 1 Level or above . There will be a mandatory qualifying test to participate in this club 


AMC8 / MathCounts Competition Club [Grade 6-8]


Center Location: Redmond Downtown 

[ 16701 NE 80th St #202, Redmond, WA 98052 ]

 

Days:  

Pick a week day from Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday (Test Day) (75 Minutes)

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Saturdays (Review and Analysis) (11 - 1, 120 minutes).

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Math competitions train students to be flexible and creative thinkers.  The best way to prepare for math contests is to do lots of practice problems and learn the material necessary to solve the problems.


AMC8 / MathCounts clubs are designed to challenge students by posing several past year AMC8 / MathCounts test papers and doing detail discussions. We blend challenging word problems from several internationally recognized competitions in our class work as a mechanism to develop strong thinking and problem-solving skills. 

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Students will be introduced to several advanced problem-solving tools and practices, and will meticulously practice becoming experts in the same. 


We firmly believe, with the proper foundation, every student has the potential to excel in math.


Each session we provide past test papers of AMC8 and MathCounts. 


Each session your student will take a timed test and get them reviewed in a personal setup.

Problem Solvers Club - Tuesdays,Thursdays, and Saturdays

Math Problem Solving

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Our programs are designed to challenge students by building a strong math foundation through creative problem solving. Our curriculum is developed based on Art of Problem Solving © and Singapore Math © curriculam, and in alignment with Common Core standard. 


We blend challenging word problems from several internationally recognized competitions in our class work as a mechanism to build strong thinking and creative problem solving skills. Our curriculum is consistently above student’s current grade. We strongly believe, with proper foundation, every student has the  potential to do excel in math.



Course Overview

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Advanced problem solving techniques, like Tables, Organized lists, and Mental Math

Arithmetic sequence, Patterns and finding missing patterns using functional machine

Whole and part, Fraction, Addition, and Subtraction, Common fraction, Mixed numbers, Simplification, Decimals, Conversions, Division, Rounding and Estimating

Factors, Factoring Techniques, and applications of factoring in number analysis

Algebra, Rates, Ratios and percent

Perimeter, Area, Angles

Data interpretation – Interpreting Pie Chart, Bar Graph, Stem and Leaf Plot, Statistics – Mean, Median, Mode, Range

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Session Overview

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Our classes are 75 minutes long and offered on every Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.  Students have flexibility to choose their preferred days. Clubs starts at 4:00 PM. 

Our courses focusing on developing skill sets to excel in advanced problem solving techniques. Students will be introduced to several advanced problem-solving tools and practices, and will meticulously practice to become experts in the same.   Math competitions train students to be flexible and creative thinkers.  The best way to prepare for math contests is to do lots of practice problems and learn the material necessary to solve the problems.  We offer unique tests and analysis / review.   

Programming Lab - Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays

Python Programming

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Learn Python, one of the most widely used languages in the software industry. Python is an excellent starter language because it’s easy to read and work with. 


In Beginners session we will focus on fundamental computer science concepts, controls and data structures. Also we introduce best practices for coding and debugging in Python. Concepts taught include statements and variables, expressions, conditionals, Boolean, while loops, randomness, and libraries. We would like to assume that the children have no previous coding experience in order to make their foundation strong. 


In intermediate session, students will start learning about Data Structures, algorithms, user defined functions, Recursion, File Read/Write Operations and GUI.  Students will complete a variety of fun and engaging coding exercises under the instructor's guidance and then explore and practice the concepts at your own pace. 

The exercises allow for a variety of learning styles and ability levels. This allows students to build skills in writing, debugging, analyzing and comprehending code. 

Java Programming

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 Phase I of this course introduces students to the basic features of the Java programming language: Java primitive and non-primitive data types, control flow constructs, built-in class libraries, object-oriented programming concepts such as classes, objects, method overloading and encapsulation. 


In phase II, we introduce students to intermediate and advanced features of the Java programming language. Students will learn about object-oriented programming concepts such as inheritance, interfaces, abstract classes, abstract methods, and polymorphism; will learn how to write and read Java primitive types to and from files; how to serialize objects, and how to implement graphical user interfaces.


Phase III of this course will prepare students to advance into AP Computer Science. The course emphasis is on procedural abstraction, data abstraction, object-oriented design and programming methodology using the Java programming language, and the use of algorithms and data structures. 

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Course Overview

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Higher elementary and middle school students can participate in this club and attend the club on Weekends or weekdays!


During each session, students will be given a skill level task. They have about 2 hours to program and execute to accomplish this task. On successful completion they will be progressing to next skill level.

   

Laptop will be provided for in-class use.  Students will work as an individual or as a team to complete appropriate level projects and win challenges. 


This is a great way to recruit passionate team member for your own team and get ready to form and participate in several local and national level programming competition. 


Some sample course projects: 

  • Pig Latin
  • Hangman
  • Battle Ship
  • Navigation Game
  • Guess My Number
  • Hangman
  • Amazing Shipping Company
  • And More...

Afterschool STEM Club

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 Robotics Club: 

We will introduce all kind of robotics systems (Dash, Dot, Boost, WeDo, EV3). Club Students will learn how to design, program robots using fun, kid-friendly, software while developing mechanical, engineering, and problem-solving skills. They will also explore the exciting world of robotics using a powerful microcomputer brick, digital sensors, and intuitive drag-and-drop programming software modules. Members will have opportunity to select into FLL Jr and FLL Robotics Invitational Clubs to compete as team.   We will provide Kit & Laptop for in-class use.  

Math Problem Solving Club: 

Our Math programs designed to get student's focused attention and challenge them by building a strong math foundation through creative problem solving. Our curriculum is developed based on Art of Problem Solving and Singapore Math curriculum, and in alignment with Common Core standard.  Math competitions train students to be flexible and creative thinkers.  The best way to prepare for math contests is to do lots of practice problems and learn the material necessary to solve the problems. There are also many books and online handouts/lectures you can use to improve your problem-solving skills.  We offer unique tests and analysis / review


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 Programming Club: 

Grade K - 3 students will learn Scratch Programming Language (Developed by M.I.T). Scratch programming language makes it easy and fun to create interactive stories, games, and animations and share them. We design this class for children of all grade levels with or without any prior programming experience who wish to express their online creations artistically while understanding the basics of creative computing. The classroom projects will help them explore Art, Storytelling, and Games. These activities will comprise of elements of music, design, drawing, dance, characters, scenes, narratives, goals, and rules.


Grade 4 - 6 students will learn Python, one of the most widely used languages in the software industry. Python is an excellent starter language because it’s easy to read and work. In Beginners session we will focus on fundamental computer science concepts, controls, and data structures. Also, we introduce best practices for coding and debugging in Python. Concepts taught include statements and variables, expressions, conditionals, Boolean, while loops, randomness, and libraries. We want to assume that the children have no previous coding experience to make their foundation strong. 

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 Duration: 75-minutes 


Center Location: Redmond  Downtown 


 We are partnering with Young Explorers  in running their ALL-IN-ONE Club to provide opportunities to  learn different STEM topics on ALL weekdays.    Radiance Learning designed this ALL-IN-ONE Club to provide opportunities to our students to learn different STEM topics on ALL weekdays and Saturdays. They can participate in Robotics, Programming, Math Problem Solving, and Competition Prep. We will enroll our STEM Club members in all math competitions that we organize or host.  

Mondays: Robotics Club

Tuesdays: Math Problem Solving Club

Wednesdays: Robotics Club,  Programming Club and Chess Club

Thursdays:  Math Problem Solving Club

Fridays: Chess Club and Programming Club

Saturdays: Math Problem Solving Club

Saturdays:  Robotics Club