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Privacy Policy

We respect your privacy:

  • My Genius Kid does not track individual users unless they register at our website.
  • We require registration for all members. All the activities at MyGeniusKid.com web site is available only to students who are enrolled and in good standing with a Genius Kids Center.
  • For these activities available to members, we request the e-mail address given when you joined (which must be the e-mail address of a person 18 years of age or older) or other verification of your membership. We require complete information of the parent and child and the Genius Kid Center enrolled in so that we can verify your information. The student's picture must be posted for tracking purposes to confirm the student and associate the student to any comments, blogs or online competitions they participate in.
  • Access to MyGeniusKid.com is available only to current students of Genius Kids. Entering your username and password is required to verify that access to the members' site is authorized. There is no payment required to be a member. We will not release any such personal information to a third party.
  • If you send us a question for which you would like a reply by e-mail, we will use your e-mail address only to respond to your question. We will not use your e-mail address for any other purpose, and we will not release it to any third party.
  • We will offer a newsletter and updates via email to various competitions and events.
  • If you are under 13 and you would like to subscribe to our newsletter which was intended primarily for parents and teachers), the request must be e-mailed to us by a parent, or we must be able to notify a parent by e-mail. At any time, a parent may write us to unsubscribe, of course, in which case the child's e-mail address is deleted. Your account will be deleted when tuition at the Genius Kid Center is not made or you are disenrolled.
  • Some of our web pages may have advertisements on them. No personally identifiable information (name, address, e-mail address, telephone number, etc.) is collected on our web site by or for an advertiser or any other third party. Neither we nor our advertisers serve behavioral or interest-based ads on our website.
  • We use Google as a vendor to serve ads on our website. Google generally uses its own cookies and a DoubleClick DART cookie to enable it to serve ads to users based on their prior visits to sites on the Internet, and Google generally uses information about your visits to websites in order to provide advertisements about goods and services that may be of interest to you. For more information, or to opt out of the use of the DoubleClick DART cookie, please click here to visit the Google ad and content network privacy policy page.
  • Parents have the right to review and delete any personal information collected from their child. (Our contact information appears below.)
E-mail info@geniuskidsonline.com with any questions, comments, or requests. Or you can telephone us at (510)896-8764 or contact us by U.S. mail at: Genius Kids, 3645 Mowry Avenue, Fremont CA 94538

 

 

 
 

Parent’s Testimonials

"RENNU IS OUTSTANDING, MY SON WAS READING AT 2 YEARS 3 MONTHS OLD - "Rennu is excellent. Her Genius kids program is top notch! One of the best things I did for my son is putting him in her program. My son started reading at the age of 2yrs and 3 months. All the credit goes to Rennu and her staff but especially Rennu. She is very conscientious and result oriented. She gave my son the gift of reading. To this date he loves to read and reads well. This has helped him a lot in school. Her program works and is an excellent program. Rennu is outstanding." "
Jaya Maharaj, Saratoga, CA
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