Business Spotlight: Yes Class

By Jacob Hyung17 Girl at Yes Class

Yes Class, a global after-school tutoring company, is opening a new innovative learning center in Beaverton.

Illinois-based Yes Class, which has franchises across the country, opened its first math and reading center in Illinois in 2011, offers individualized learning programs for children in preschool to high school. Since then, Yes Class’s popular Math and English enrichment programs grew the company to over 20 locations.

“We are excited to bring the first Yes Class Learning Center to Beaverton,” said Danny Park, vice president of franchise recruitment at Yes Class, in a statement. “Yes Class continues to prove that it’s a new but tested learning method that helps children reach their maximum potential. We are looking forward to helping as many children as possible in the Beaverton community discover a love of learning.”

YES CLASS learning center brings a new paradigm for learning system with its 3 Way online and offline blended learning system: 1. Web-book class 2. Work-book class 3. Homework help class.

Students enrolled in Yes Class attend after-school classes at the center one or two days each week; each session is 60 minutes. They have Web-book class using computer and also receive worksheets for the other five days that are designed to be completed in a half hour. “The good thing is you don’t have to spend so much time,” Danny said. “It’s only about 30 minutes a day. That can easily fit into anybody’s schedule who’s actually willing to learn.”

The new Yes Class center is located at 1815 NW 169th pl(next building of Oregon Food Bank) and The new Center director Jacob Hyung and teaching director J.Kim have a successful career of 30 years in teaching and education. 503.208.0300.