FREE Live Webinar For Parents

How To Get Math Head-Start During The Summer

Saturday (June 13th) 12:30 – 1:15pm PST.

During this Zoom Webinar, you will:

  • Learn 3 steps to prevent your child from falling behind in math while staying at home.
  • What to do now, so that your child goes back to school confident, on track.
  • Find out what other parents are asking, and what their children are struggling with in math right now – You are NOT alone!
  • Get YOUR questions answered!


Due to very engaging format of this webinar, only a limited number of people will be allowed to attend.

“It was a great way for us to interact with Amadeus and get all the questions answered. Overall it was engaging, fun & useful time spent.”

– Sudhir Pathak

“Thank You! I thought it was great!”

– Zenaida Martinez
Amadeus Ciok is the founder of Learn Vibrant Math Tutoring. During 12 years of his tutoring experience, he has helped 100s of students (like your child) improve their math grades, ace their classes and prepare for standardized tests, including AP tests and Honors classes, SAT and Calculus.

Learn Vibrant was founded in 2010. We have worked with students from top California schools, including Gunn, Fremont, Homestead, Cupertino and more. We have helped 100s of  students improve their grades, ace their math classes, boost their SAT math scores, increase their confidence and more.

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