Genie Academy brothers get into the exclusive Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth. They are also more than one level ahead in Math and active in sports, music, and literature.
First grader Akshath got into Woodbridge NJ’s Gifted and Talented program after taking the COGAT test. He's also 2 levels advanced in math.
Abacus graduate and 7th grader Hei Lui is doing 9th grade Math! She’s also been in the English honor roll for two straight years.
6th grader Vidhi got accepted into the Accelerated Math Program after shifting to Genie Academy from Kumon.
Kindergartner and Abacus Math student Vir got accepted into the Gifted and Talented program after taking the COGAT test. At age 6, Vir passed it with flying colors even though the test was done online and ran for almost 2 hours.
6th grader Colleen of East Brunswick, NJ recently gave a speech to the members of the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Speaking in front of over a thousand people worldwide, she was praised for her powerful testimony and impeccable diction.
6th grader Shankar has been accepted into Chesterfield NJ’s Gifted and Talented Program and Advanced Math Program. His father, Sathya, shares how the abacus math program nurtured Shankar’s whole brain development.
Luke received an outstanding integrity award, while his brother Robbie got the leadership award in Holland Township, NJ. Their mom, Casey, thanks Genie Academy’s online classes for developing qualities that propelled them to excel in school.
I was admitted to the MIT's Mechanical Engineering program last year. I believe that the Abacus Mental Math program of Genie Academy (formerly Math Genie) gave me the knowledge and skills I needed to enter and excel in MIT.
A 6th grade student from East Brunswick, NJ credits his time at Genie Academy for his improvement in school.
Although having only just started Kindergarten, Kosi is learning second grade math topics with us, which makes him almost two years ahead of his peers.
Aarav has recently been accepted into the Gifted and Talented Program for math at his school. While he is only in the second grade, Aarav has remained at the top of his class, usually earning perfect scores on his exams.
Zoe has become more comfortable in social situations, and is more sure of herself overall. Zoe has improved her long term memory, raised her grades, and even has dreams to be a lawyer.
Chiranshi gets in accelerated Math Program. In 5th grade she was doing 6th Grade Math and in 6th Grade she will be doing Algebra 1.
Michael has just been accepted into the Accelerated Math Program at his school. Starting Genie Academy at just 6 years old, Michael has been able to progress faster in school as a result of his hard work in the program.
Gio has just been accepted into his school’s Gifted and Talented Program. Both Gio and his father are extremely proud of his accomplishments, and they both laud Genie Academy as a source of academic enrichment and guidance.
Ryan went from hating Math to placing 3rd in Math competition. Right now we are seeing that kids are falling 1-2 years behind in school because of the pandemic. What is amazing is that Ryan is doing just the opposite and is learning things months before they are even covered in school!
6th grader gets placed in 9th Grade Algebra 1 while studying in Genie Academy's remote learning during the pandemic.
Mariam Chosen for Gifted and Talented Program. One of only 4 students selected in the entire school
Riaan a kindergartener got selected in Marlboro NJ's Gifted and Talented program. He is also able to do 3 digit Math programs using Abacus & Mental Math
Ananya has been accepted to North Brunswick's Gifted and Talented Program. She is learning Advanced Math, Science, Stem, Entrepreneurship and business.
Jaynaly was nominated to go to the National Youth Leadership Program Pathways to STEM which will be held at Saint John’s University.
6th grader gets placed in 9th grade Algebra 1. While studying in Genie Academy's remote learning during the pandemic.
Robert is at the top of his class for both math and reading. He also recently got into the Honors Program. Genie Academy helped turn Robert into an above-average student. The program also improved his test-taking skills and confidence, and make him more independent and excited about learning new things, especially in math.
2nd Grader gets a surprise Math test and wins in Math competition
Genie Academy online student Aarna reaches the Top 4 in her entire class. Aarna's teacher at school noticed a huge improvement in her writing abilities and was surprised at how much she is able to write in a short period of time.
Genie Academy Online student Sevina gets into Gifted and talented program in Marlboro School District. In 1st grade she is proficient in 3rd grade Math and 2nd grade Reading.
Genie Academy student for 3 years, improved in her schoolwork. She excels at school and is now working 2 grade levels ahead and she is more outspoken.
Genie Academy student succeeds with creative writing and will be featured in a renowned publication called A Wander in The Woods- US Authors. Jaynaly also won Top 5 in the national competition.
Not only did Angela have an increase in her math grades at school. Learning and regularly practicing mental math at the abacus and improving in her core curriculum allowed her the opportunity to easily pick up and memorize music to play on the piano. She compares playing the piano to remembering a series of shapes in a pattern.
After a year of struggles, Matthew gave Genie Academy a try since he saw how much his brother Mark liked it. Within a couple of months, he not only improved but excelled with high honors. He won the award for best male student of his class!
Genie Academy graduate, Mark has been in advanced math since grade 1, was in Gifted and Talented, and will be a 6th grader working on 8th-grade math. He may even skip a grade at this rate!
Fifth grade student, Zunaira, has been accepted into the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth program for her strong math skills. She started a new and more challenging school this year taking advanced mathematics, and has excelled there as well.
Fifth grade student Anagha has recently moved to a new school that assesses its students based on their individual achievements. Since the beginning of the school year, she has consistently earned As on her work and has gotten a lot of positive feedback from her teachers.
Genie Academy student succeeds with creative writing and will be featured in a renowned publication. Jaynaly's written work was selected to be featured in a publication called A Wander in The Woods- US Authors.
Nikhil consistently gets more and more advanced in his math skills, staying one level ahead of his classmates. His advanced skills not only help his math grades, but also his focus and attention.
Anagha M. has been selected for North Brunswick's GATE program thanks to her hard work in school. She is consistently performing at the top of her class having earned 7 different awards in school this past year including one as Student of the Month!
Kirthna will jump a grade in math after passing the Algebra 1 Honors exam in 7th grade! Genie Academy’s extensive help with Algebra 1 allowed her to pass the exam with flying colors.
Fifth Grade Genie Academy Graduate in South Brunswick is already Learning Seventh Grade Math in the Fifth grade.
Rishi was accepted into South Brunswick's accelerated math program for the second year in a row! He will be taking 5th-grade level math as a 4th grader thanks to his level 5 score on the PARCC exam.
Genie Academy Student Sophia scored in the 99th Percentile on the MAP Test. This year Sophia has grown by 16 Rasch units after growing 35 last year!
Meghana I. has skipped two grade levels in our math curriculum. She is working on our Common Core 5C and Senior 6 Math books as an incoming fourth grader! Meghana continues to excel in the Genie Academy program, having also won some of our recent Math and Reading contests.
Jaya uses Genie Academy as her foundational math skills and has greatly increased her confidence, knowledge, and overall strength. Jaya's parents feel that Jaya is more challenged at Genie Academy than in regular school.
Josh qualified for the Talented and Gifted (TAG) program after being recognized for his astonishing academic scores and achievements in Sayreville Schools. Josh was able to qualify for this program because of his hard work and dedication he showed in his Genie Academy classes.
5th Grade Super Star, Grishmaa, scored 843 / 850 on the PARCC Assessments, achieving a Level 5 score for the very first time! Genie Academy’s investment and involvement in every student’s achievement has helped Grishmaa take her academic achievement to the next level
Tyler C., a long-time student at Genie Academy - East Brunswick, was presented with the prestigious President's Award for Educational Excellence. This prestigious award commemorates Tyler's hard work and dedication, both at school and at Genie Academy. Tyler has been coming to Genie Academy since he was just 5 years old.
Dara, a graduate from the Genie Academy program, was presented with the prestigious President's Award for Educational Excellence, thanks to her outstanding academic excellence at Arbor Intermediate School.
When Katherine L joined Genie Academy, she wasn’t doing so well in school. Now, just a year later, little Katherine scored in the 99th percentile of the Iowa Assessments! Mom, Dina, admits “When I got the report, I was surprised. To be honest, I was shocked. She did very well. I loved it.”
Sebastien, a long time Genie Academy student, has been admitted to multiple New York City private schools, despite Ivy-League Level admission rates and an arduous admissions process! Grace Church School, in particular, is well-known for its selectivity, with just 32 seats available per year.
This program has made math much easier for Anish and taught him a different way to do and learn Math that he would never have known… he can easily solve a variety of different computations, and can quickly compute difficult questions mentally
Tyler C. has been selected for the Grade 4 TAG Program at East Brunswick! The TAG program is designed for students who demonstrate outstanding ability in Language Arts & Math. As part of this awesome accelerated program, Tyler will receive differentiated instruction and "participate in independent research on self-selected topics" during the academic year.
Alex, has been placed into Marlboro's Honors (C-level) Math & Language Arts programs. This honor is the highest placement someone of Alex's age can achieve within his school district!
Arnav will be taking accelerated 5th-grade level math as a fourth-grader. Before Genie Academy, it was very difficult for Arnav to understand math concepts. Since enrolling in Genie Academy, he has improved his understanding of math and become more passionate about the subject.
In just a few classes at Genie Academy, Linga had a noticeable boost in confidence and improvement in reading level. Mom says that after a month, “Linga started to read all the boards on the road and loved doing that. He started to love reading picture books and he now started reading chapter books.”
Caleb's different approach to math enabled him to score in the top percentile of the CogAT and STAR Math Exams, and earn a place in Edison's Gifted & Talented program for Math and Engineering.
In 4th Grade itself, Krish P had been accepted to Franklin Township’s Gifted and Talented program. Now, his performance on the ELA New Jersey Student Learning Assessments (NJLSA) was so high that the school had to design a special accelerated program, just for him!
Currently a first grader, Srinika is getting outstanding in all of her subjects, and has been invited to join the highly competitive Gifted and Talented Program for the second time.
7 Year Old Seeyal placed first in Woodbridge's annual math competition for elementary schools, topping not only at his school, but throughout the 17 elementary schools in the district! He also was one of just two kindergarten students chosen for Gifted and Talented.
When she was younger, Viviana struggled with speaking English. Now, she has been accepted to her Blue Ribbon Charter School's G&T Program! Mom gives special credit to Reading Genie's Writing Program, for giving her that extra push.
5 year-old Vanessa is at the top of her private school math class, and she even scored in the top 98th Percentile on the Terra Nova 2 (CAT 6) Exam. Mom credits Vanessa's academic success and social developments to the interactive and supportive Genie Academy environment.
Ella jumped from Bs and Cs to they 99th Percentile on a National Exam In just 11 months, She scored at the 99th percentile on the highly-regarded TerraNova 2 (CAT 6) Aptitude Exam. That means she was in the top 1% of all kids taking the exam this year in the entire United States.
Nikita has been scoring well above 100% on her math assessments for years. Mom says that it is thanks to Genie Academy and the Abacus Math and Mental Math she has learned. When asked if the abacus confuses kids in school, mom says it has never been a problem and she believes the abacus only helps her children.
Angelina has been accepted to her school's gifted and talented program. Not only has Genie Academy made that type of difference for her, academically, but Angelina's mom has noticed the improvements in other areas. With our Mental Math, Angelina has gained more focus and independence. She has even picked up music and language skills.
Zunaira, a 3rd Grade Genie Academy Student, was tested with having 6th Grade math skills. Mom says she learned it all from Genie Academy.
Tanvir, a Genie Academy student from the East Brunswick center has been accepted into the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth. Johns Hopkins is the world leader in Gifted Education. Tanvir has been attending Genie Academy for three years and is our third student to be accepted into the John Hopkins Gifted and Talented Program.
Mia and her sister Ilana from Monmouth Junction, NJ, have been in remedial math for years. Their scores were low 50s and 60s. Now, just a few months at Genie Academy, both girls are scoring in the high 80s and 90s.
Genie Academy student gets selected for accelerated math program at 3rd grade. Even though she will be doing advanced material she needs to make sure she doesn't fall behind in her regular classwork. Yet, thanks to MathGenie, her parents and teachers believe she will do spectacularly!
Most parents think that the abacus is only good for young students and that their child wont use it in school. Well Somer from Franklin Park can tell you how wrong that is. She is crushing her high school precalculus course and she says it's all thanks to the abacus!
MathGenie's mental math program helped Arnav from Piscataway build his problem solving and pattern recognition skills. With these skills Arnav was able to get into Bridgewater's Academically Independent (AI) enrichment program.
Reading Genie students from Marlboro Township give a speech in front of 500 people at a wedding.
Piscataway student, Sohum scored in the top 1% of New Jersey students for his grade in the Math Kangaroo exam. Sohum had already been accepted into the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth. His parents thank Genie Academy for his success.
Pearl gets into Gifted and Talented program in 1st grade in Woodbridge township
This Genie Academy student from Piscataway recently earned a spot in Johns Hopkins University's Center for Talented Youth (CTY).
Justin from South Amboy, New Jersey scored got in the 99 percentile in the National Terra Nova exam. Watch his Mental Math skills at the age of 6!
Fifth Grade Genie Academy graduate in South Brunswick is learning Advanced Seventh Grade Math in School.
Adarsh scored high on the Cognitive Assessment test and gets into the Gifted and Talented (GNT) program at Johns Hopkins University.
Failing student was going to be held back, and thanks to Genie Academy is now ahead of her peers.
Liam is taking the fourth grade by storm! He won first place in the Math Bee for the entire grade and is now competing in the school wide math contest. His dad says it's all because of Genie Academy.
Shrenik scores 100% on NJ Math Target Assessment in Piscataway. His dad gave a big thank you to Genie Academy!
Esther from Plainfield, had Terra Nova scores jump from 39 to 99 percentile nationally after joining Genie Academy.
Genie Academy graduate, Somer, from Franklin Park, recently earned a perfect score (100%) on the the Preliminary SAT (PSAT) & SAT Math non calculator section.
Charlie and Angela from Staten Island secured a spot in the NYC’s gifted and talented program; a program so selective that it only has a 6% percent acceptance rate. Their secret? Five minutes of mental math everyday!
Jaisen went from not being able speak to speaking in complete sentences, remembering and focusing better, and became exceptionaly better at mental math. He got an admission to North Star, Newark’s top charter school. Where he also skipped Kindergarten and went straight to First Grade.
Genie Academy’s abacus program has helped former Genie Academy graduate Vandan’s thinking power by using mental math concepts on the brain. Vandan’s father, believes the program has allowed Vandan to succeed in other subjects and overall due to how the program exercises the brain.
In first grade, Geovanni from North Plainfield was having a hard time with math and reading. His parents received a letter from the school informing them that he was 6 or 7 levels below other kids in his class. After enrolling in Genie Academy, Geovanni was awarded the “Most Improved Student” from his school.
Ghazal’s parents Puneet & Parul were skeptical when they first walked into Genie Academy. After seeing disappointing results at many other programs such as Kumon and Eye Level, they weren’t sure if Genie Academy would be the best match for their daughter. However, after two and a half years, their skepticism was replaced by joy as they watched Ghazal blossom as a brilliant student.
Charan, a Genie Academy graduate got a 100% on the NJ ASK thanks to Genie Academy's Mental Math Program.
Caroline achieved academic excellence in her school, St. Thomas the Apostle School in Old Bridge by maintaining a 97% grade average. This qualified her for high honors! She also was the winner of the Genie Academy writing contest for 4th grade.
Rohan from Piscataway learns more in 3 months at Genie Academy compared to 1.5 years at Kumon
Christy received an award for her creative writing skills in her short story writing. She was able to build her skills in our Reading Genie program. Christy also received high honor roll in all of her subjects.
Aarush got on the honor roll in St. Bartholomew School of East Brunswick. He received high marks in every subject in every quarter of the school year. Aarush was able to get and keep his high scores thanks to his dedication and the teaching he received at Genie Academy.
Ishaan from East Brunswick scored a level 5 on his Grade 3 Math Assessment thanks to his hard work at Genie Academy.
Genie Academy helped improve Anay's self-confidence and interest in math. His parents believe the program gave their son the tools and strengths to succeed in the classroom.
Aaruni from East Brunswick scored a 108% on her end-of-year writing assessment, thanks to Genie Academy.
Adwaith from South River received the Presidential Award of Academic Success. His hard word at Genie Academy put him ahead of his class.
Somer has a high chance of receiving the National Merit Scholarship since earning the perfect mark in the non-calculator math section. She is the only student from her school that got a perfect score.Somer says that Genie Academy has helped her achieve this great accomplishment.
Josh was accepted into the Talented and Gifted (TAG) program for his astonishing academic scores and achievements in Sayreville Schools.
Genie Academy's English language arts students used the creative writing skills to write their own speech. They gave a speech in front of 500 people. Because our English language arts has a strong public speaking component. these students were able to get up in front of such a large with confidence.
Jasmine has been working on her language arts and reading skills at Genie Academy for a few months. After not long, her teachers started to take notice.
With the abacus, Neel is able to do division, multiplication, addition, and subtraction. Neel believes the abacus helped him increase his math skills in school.
Teacher shocked! says, “Oh $@*&!” when 1st grader shows math ability. Before Genie Academy, Daniella lacked motivation and was average, but not outstanding. Daniella quickly loved Genie Academy and already stands apart from her peers.
Piscataway Parent Sees More Growth in 6 Months at Genie Academy than 1 ½ Years at Kumon. Only in kindergarten, Rohan can do complex math computations (adding and subtracting), the kinds of computations that 4th graders are doing in India Milind’s native country.
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