Private lessons available!

(A free trial lesson is available to request.)

Teachers:

Mrs. Michelle Sun

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-Founder and main teacher (Chinese and Math) at Learning Horzion.

-Holds a master degree in Computer Science.

-A certified Chinese teacher in Washington State. A native Mandarin Chinese speaker. A certified Chinese and computer science teacher in Taiwan before immigrating to the US.

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Nelson Sun

-Math and Computer Programming tutor. He tutors pre-algebra to AP Calculus BC, AP Chemistry, AP Physics, and AP Computer Science.

-Current University of Washington student. Majoring in Computer Science.

-Holds several honor roll of distinction pins from AMC-10 & AMC-12 (American Mathematics Competitions).

-Was invited to AIME (American Invitational Mathematics Examination) every year since 8th grade. 

-Qualified for USAMO (The United States of America Mathematical Olympiad ).

-First place team in Math is Cool State Finals in 2019 & 2020. Holds many Math is Cool Championship and Masters individual trophies from 4th grade to 12 grade.

-Won several first place & second team trophies and medals in Programming competitions.

Please feel free to contact us at info@mylearninghorizon.com  or 1-425-591-5139 if you have any questions.

You’re invited to the end of school year piano recital!

You’re invited to the end of school year piano recital.

Time: Monday, June. 15 @5pm

Place: 13935 122nd Ave. NE, Kirkland, WA 98034

What to bring: A joyful heart and fruits or less sugary snacks to share

Refreshment is available after the recital.

Please come and join our end of year fun and celebration!

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Nelson qualified for 2015 AIME (American Invitational Mathematics Examination) as a 7th grader

Congratulations to our student, Nelson Sun!

Nelson qualified for 2015 AIME (American Invitational Mathematics Examination) as a 7th grader.

The American Invitational Mathematics Examination (AIME) is intended to provide further challenge and recognition, beyond that provided by the AMC 10 (American Mathematics Competitions 10th grade) or AMC 12 (American Mathematics Competitions 12th grade) , to the many high school students in North America who have exceptional mathematical ability. All students who took the AMC 12 and achieved a score of 100 or more out of a possible 150 or were in the top 5% are invited to take the AIME. All students who took the AMC 10 and had a score of 120 or more out of a possible 150, or were in the top 2.5% also qualify for the AIME.

The top scoring U. S. citizens and students legally residing in the United States and Canada (with qualifying scores, based on a weighted average) are invited to take the USAMO (United States of America Mathematical Olympiad).