JAMS is proud to share the news that one of our students, Achyutan Veeraraghavan, was recently recognized by the Beaverton School District as Talented and Gifted (TAG) in Mathematics. Achyut first enrolled at JAMS back in early 2016, and according to his mother, his skills have increased exponentially since then. In addition, his ability to ... Read More
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Abacus Masters ’17 was a great success, made possible by our great students (83 students participated), families and volunteers. Our gratitude goes out to all who helped with the event and brought their support for the students. Our goal is to deliver an event that will showcase student skills, as well as providing an environment ... Read More
My little one started Abacus when she was in Kindergarten (2015). By mid-1st grade, her enthusiasm began to waver. However, she won a prize at the 2016 JAMS abacus competition, and that made her want to continue for another term. The excitement of winning a prize quickly wore off and she again lost interest, so ... Read More
The annual competition – Abacus Masters – will be held in February 2017. This is a mandatory event for all JAMS students, and students from other states will also be participating. We’ll be at the same venue as last year and more details will be coming to you over weeks leading up to the event. When: ... Read More
We’re very excited to be growing and that our landlord has provided us with the extra space to accommodate additional students. Recently we opened the wall in our classroom to add more than 300 square feet, six tables and an additional 18 seats, as well as 8 new computers. As mentioned, it’s exciting to have ... Read More
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Our daughter's ability to stay focused improved drastically and has helped in school activities and other extracurricular classes like dancing and singing. She was initially not very confident and used to feel bad when she made mistakes in abacus. Sensei helped her understand that mistakes are the stepping stones to understanding the technique better and she needs to persist. -- Divya and Arun
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