Kontora Pi

Community of the country's most talented mathematicians

Kontora Pi is a community of talented children and teachers devoted to maths who prepare the smart nation for a successful future!

Our members learn maths, master English, create unique business projects and change their way of thinking, shaping the most progressive part of the society.
Kontora Pi is your key to a better future!

What we offer 


Academic maths

We focus on teaching complex maths for academic competitions.


Further opportunities

We provide a wide range of support aimed at the development of talented mathematicians. 


Caring attitude

We create a comfortable environment for learning and grant various opportunities for FREE education. 


Multi-track approach

We develop each program paying close attention to the latest trends and engage the leading specialists in each field. Ми наповнюємо кожну програму з врахуванням сучаних трендів та залучаємо провідних фахівців у кожній галузі.

Who supports us

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Petro Chernyshov

Leader and founder at Public Organization «Kontora Pi»


International company specializing in IT services and IT consulting for large and mid-sized commercial and non-profit international organizations and startups.

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Club for people willing to improve their knowledge in maths.


Dearest friends, we have some great news to share with you!

There's this man called Tyler Cowen: he’s an economist, professor at George Mason University in Washington, D.C., author of dozens of books, columns in the New York Times and Bloomberg, and a podcast about productivity called Conversations with Tyler.
He runs the world's most famous website about economics, marginalrevolution.com – check it out sometime 😏
He is the founder of the Emerging Ventures Fund, which finds projects around the world that Mr. Tyler believes make our planet a better place. So, in a nutshell, Mr. Cowen is quite a decent man. 

As you may guess, something interesting happened 👀
Mr. Tyler Cowen and his foundation have become donors to the Kontora Pi project – we received a grant for $50,000! And this means that very soon you will see...
Yes, there are cool new courses ahead!
Some of those we have been planning for a long time, and some had to be postponed, but, thanks to our new donor, nothing will stop us now – and we will show you a lot of new things this year! 
We are very grateful to you for your trust and support – who else can boast of a sold-out in just one day for the Basic Marathon (which was the fourth one for us)? So let's pull back the curtain on our plans a little bit and briefly tell you what you can expect this year 😌 
Get ready for the following premieres:
Probability Theory – which will be the first course that we will encourage both pupils and students to join;
Conflictology – where we will learn to work with conflicts;
Financial literacy – as it's never too late to learn how to handle money properly;
Tutoring – where we’ll learn to make individualized learning better, not just verbally. 
And, of course, in addition to this, please welcome the return of our classics: from the PRO Geometry course to the PRO Motivation course 😌
Of course, we are not Marvel to produce content every three months, but we will try our best to continue to make math education high-quality, interesting, and accessible, thanks to your interest and the help of our donors. Things will get interesting really soon – and our victory will come even closer 🔥


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Andrii Matviienko

2018 Сamp Counselor 

These 2 weeks were fascinating. The Camp has the best approach to children I've ever seen: a lot of various classes and constant learning that break common camp stereotypes. Everything is serious here, and more importantly, kids are really into it. Their leisure is well-scheduled and the children are glad to follow the timetable. Apart from science, sport is a vital part of the camp. Every morning, before the physical exercises, there was a group of children waiting for me to run 10 km with them. I was also happy that the kids supported one another, so in two weeks we got really close, just like a small Pi family:)

What Kontora Pi camp was like


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