About AME


    Founded in 2012, American Math English endeavours to unleash studentsʼ (From K1 to K9) potential and nurture their passion for Math and STEM in a cheerful and engaging learning environment. Based on “The Next Generation Science Standards” (NGSS) developed in the U.S., our STEM course aims to develop learnersʼ computational thinking through programming games, coding robots, making apps etc., enabling them to “walk with technology towards the light of future”

   For many years, America has been the breeding ground for a handful of best-known schools. Its unique teaching pedagogies have successfully nurtured thousands of talented leaders and professionals.

    AME is designed based on CCSSI, the new American standard, and is adopted by over 600 schools in America. The reason for its popularity is that it adopts American textbooks and interesting teaching materials which can effectively help students develop their mathematical intelligence, as well as their linguistic competence in English. Alongside the American teaching pedagogies, AME also integrated two new calculating approaches, Indian Efficient Artificial Computation and Singaporean Two-Stage Operations into the syllabus, so as to broaden students’ horizons and build up their ability to think independently.

Our Belief

    As the ONLY centre in Hong Kong that offers Olympic Math in English, our Active Math Player program is specially designed for children from three to six, where math concepts and logical thinking are learnt through playing games. Within two years, AME has expanded its line of service into two specialty stores, and five education centres, spreading over Hong Kong and China.

   We believe that the prerequisite for success is the ability to master the knowledge in two or more aspects, as well as the determination to take risk and try. We provided students with American Principled Mathematics, Indian Efficient Artificial Computation courses, Singaporean Two-Stage Operations courses and English courses at the same time, hoping that students can achieve a all-rounded development and be able to face different challenges in the ever-changing world.