BY THE NUMBERS
15: Years in Operation, since 2001
Over 27,500: Number of students who have benefited
8: Maximum class size at Enrichment Academies
29: Number of Enrichment Academies nationwide
Grades for programs: pre-K through high school
Courses available for study: Math, English, science, and enrichment camps
Curriculum updates: conducted annually based upon research and best practices
Teacher qualifications: All instructors have minimum of three years of college;
most have at least a Bachelor’s degree; must pass AGA examination
Teacher evaluations: On average, teacher evaluations occur once every 3-6 months
ENRICHMENT ACADEMY LOCATIONS
Florida: Brandon, Carollwood, Lutz, Oldsmar, New Tampa
Georgia: Smyrna, Greyson
Illinois: Aurora, Naperville, Schaumburg
New Jersey: Edison, Hoboken, Parsippany, Plainsboro, Warren
Ohio: Avon, Dublin, Gahanna, Mason, Polaris, Powell
ENRICHMENT AT HOME PROGRAM
Students in 44 states plus Canada
17,000 students and counting
WHAT STUDENTS AND PARENTS SAY
"A Grade Ahead is a parent’s peace of mind."
Kiran M, parent from Florida
"I highly recommend A Grade Ahead to other parents who are seeking a more structured and individualized program for their child."
Susan P, parent from Illinois
"We cannot thank A Grade Ahead enough for the good help it has been offering to our children. Unlike many other programs that only help children memorize things, A Grade Ahead has been helping children to understand math with logic and reason."
Bindu, parent in Enrichment at Home program
"When I sat in my 4th grade class and my teacher proclaimed that I was the only student to earn a perfect 100 on a math test, I had A Grade Ahead to thank. When I sat in the school cafeteria during my 8th grade awards ceremony and received the Top Student in English award, I had A Grade Ahead to thank. When I sat in my room to check my SAT scores and found that I had scored in the 99th percentile, I had A Grade Ahead to thank. In all of these situations, the knowledge I attained from A Grade Ahead had unequivocally transformed my academic career in elementary school, middle school, and even high school for the better."
Aman, student from New Jersey
-Parag and Meenal Singhal first started MathWizard, which started with just a math program.
-MathWizard introduced an English program.
-The first MathWizard learning center opened in Dublin, OH.
-The Powell and Polaris of OH learning centers opened.
-The Gahanna, OH learning center opened.
-The MathWizard headquarters moved from the Singhals’ basement to the Powell center.
-MathWizard began partnerships opening four new centers: Aurora, Schaumburg, Parsippany, and Lawrenceville.
-The Naperville center opened.
-MathWizard began opening franchises with the first being in New Tampa, FL.
-The Louisville and Hoboken centers opened as franchises.
-The Mason, OH center opened as a corporateowned center.
-Franchises in Avon, Carrollwood, and Portland opened. -MathWizard began offering a science program for grades third through fifth.
-MathWizard began rebranding and decided to change the name to A Grade Ahead.
-MathWizard began offering grading services to students.
-Centers in Lutz, Oldsmar, Rocky Hill, Manchester, Franklin, Smyrna, and Brandon opened.
-The English program extended to include High School English.
-MathWizard started to offer enrichment camps taught by its teachers.
-Centers opened in Edison, Bear, Northborough, Warren and Greyson.
-MathWizard changed its name to A Grade Ahead.