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The Rutherford School is offering Math High School Credit Courses approved by the Ministry of Education for Ontario students in grade 9 to grade 12. We are a great, one of a kind solution for you if:
Do you know that you need at least high 80 marks to attend top-ranked universities?
Do you feel you are stressed out during COVID-19 and cannot balance your Math skills?
Are you a C level student and would like to improve your marks to B+ and even more higher?
Are you a 90+ student and ambitious to go to the prestigious universities?
Do you want to be more confident in Math credit courses?
Learn how to increase your chances of admission to top universities by 4X!
Registration Start Dates 2021
First Week of Each Month
What Makes Us unique?
Rutherford is the school for the students who would like to think differently in Math, Programming, Engineering, and Technology. Our dedicated and expert teachers deliver the right mix of challenge and support by getting to know their students and help all students get the most out of their Rutherford Zoom classes experience.
a different way of thinking
Personalized Academic Coaching
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Math Grade 9-10 Problem Solving
Math Grade 11 Problem Solving
Math Grade 12 Problem Solving
Start with us now and accelerate your child’s education in 2021!
Having a strong background in mathematics prepares high school students for success, regardless of what they aspire to do in the future. Success in mathematics opens doors, putting high school graduates in the best position to perform well in university, and college. Math is compulsory for many majors in universities such as Computer Science, Engineering, Management, Health Science and Business.
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Scholarship is Available
discount for second credit
recorded materials are available
Students who begin with Rutherford early in high school increase their chances of admission to top universities by 400%!
Having less students per class helps on become more motivated and driven as they are able to further understand the material being conveyed by the teacher and are able to ask questions more easily. RPS had already successfully helped me in reaching my goal of being accepted to Schulich School of Business where I intend to further my education and use techniques cush as self-learning that I have been able to acquire during my time at this school.
I have chosen to study at RPS because RPS has a small population of students, which means the teacher can focus on every student. The benefits of a smaller class are Each Student Gets Noticed. Classes Become a Community, each student gets to participate, Students and Teachers Can Work One-on-One, and can share ideas to each other. RPS is helping me for my future by providing me a great education, it prepares me for university and adult life.
My parents found private schools to be more academically challenged, exposed to clearer value systems, given greater access to teachers, and may simply feel safer. And after seeing their bright history, we decided to move RPS.In smaller size classes, it’s more difficult for students to hide and get left behind. Having fewer students means that each one can get the attention they need from their teacher.
In today’s highly technological world, having a solid preparation in mathematics is increasingly important. Mathematics is central to many scientific and technical careers and increasingly important in a wide range of areas as diverse as finance, sports journalism, and computer graphics. Moreover, all students need a solid background in mathematics to become effective citizens who can make informed and reasoned decisions about personal finances, public policies that deserve support, and cost-effective insurance or health plans.
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