Online Tutors

Hello, my name is Adele! I am a first-year student attending Queens University for a bachelors of arts and science. I have a deep knowledge, interest and skill in STEM with an emphasis on Math, Computer Science, Physics and Chemistry (all of which I have taken through high school and plan on continuing next year). My goal is to provide aid and support for students in a fun and friendly manner in order to help them achieve their goals. Outside of school my interests include video games, playing guitar and being active. I look forward to working with you in the future!

Hi! My name is Adriana and I’m currently a grade 11 honour roll student in the french immersion program at Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute. I am very active around my school, participating in music council, playing in my school orchestra, volunteering at my school library, and occasionally tutoring my classmates. In my free time, I enjoy baking, walking my dog, and playing instruments such as violin and piano. I have also been horseback riding for many years, and am a blackbelt at Northern Karate Schools. I love discovering and sharing new ways to understand concepts, and I try to accommodate all learning styles.

Hi! My name is Alex, and I am a grade 11 French Immersion honour roll student at Malvern Collegiate Institute. I am particularly fond of languages, and am currently working on mastering my fourth language. I also excel in math and sciences, as well as the dramatic arts. I am a former member of the Glen Ames robotics team, where I gained proficiency in several coding languages, as well as teamwork and innovation skills. I have a love of reading and am currently in the process of writing several original novels. As the proud and oldest of three girls, I have lots of experience working with younger audiences, and love helping them achieve their highest learning potential!

Hi, my name is Amina, I am a Grade 12 student at the Lloydminster Comprehensive High School.  My best subjects are Math and English but I also love Science and Art.  I value hard work and dedication and believe in putting 100% of my effort into everything I do. I am the vice chair of the Lloydminster Youth Council and love to get involved in the community through volunteering and organizing community events.  My hobbies include reading, watching movies, biking and learning new skills such as knitting, painting and sculpting.  I believe that everyone has a unique way of learning and with the right guidance, anyone can reach their full potential.

Hello! My name is Amolika and I am a grade 12 student at Western Canada High School in Calgary, Alberta.  I have always had a strong passion for math and science, and I hope to be in the medical field in the future; hopefully a family physician.  I received an award for getting in the top 25% in the Gauss Mathematics Contest in grade 7, and I was given honour certificates in grades 10 and 11.  I like to swim and spend time with my loved ones during my free time.  I volunteer at Foothills Medical Centre in Calgary, as well as the Central Library.  Drawing and applying henna to my hands are two of my hobbies that showcase my artistic side.  I want to ease the stress of students’ scholastic lives by assisting them in overcoming their challenges.  I look forward to working with you!

Andrew is a Grade 12 student at The York School pursuing an IB diploma.  Andrew has several years of experience tutoring his siblings and peers in Math, English, and Sciences. He has helped those he tutors achieve remarkable improvements in their grades and understanding of the subjects. Andrew also has experience teaching students with different learning styles and abilities, adapting his teaching techniques to meet the individual needs of each student.  Andrew is an active participant in various clubs, including DECA where he has successfully competed in competitions. He is also an excellent student with consistently honour roll grades in Math, English, and the Sciences. Apart from that, Andrew is an avid sports enthusiast who enjoys playing badminton and going to the gym regularly and is a part of various teams at his school. Andrew is flexible with his schedule and available to tutor both weekdays and weekends. Whether you need help with homework, exam preparation, or general subject matter comprehension, Andrew has the expertise and knowledge to help you achieve your goals.

Hi! My name is Angel and I am a grade 11 student at Coronation School, Alberta. I hope one day that I will be able to get into Law School.  I am a very hardworking and organized person who consistently strives to be better and reach my true potential!  At the moment, I play six sports throughout the school year.  Last softball season, I received the Heart and Hussle award during the C-league Provincials in Leduc, Alberta.  I enjoy public speaking and I recite poetry at the local music festival every year!  I also enjoy playing the guitar and have played since I was seven years old.  I look forward to assisting students strengthen their understanding of Math and Science!

Hi! My name is Angelo and I am a grade 12 IB honour roll student enrolled at Michael Power St. Joseph. My favourite subjects in school are math and science, and for extracurriculars, I do robotics and play chess. In my free time, I enjoy reading, playing piano, soccer, badminton, and biking. I tutor math and English up to a grade 11 level, all sciences up to a grade 10 level, French up to a grade 8 level, and coding up to an intermediate level.

Hi! My name is Angie and I am a grade 11 honours student enrolled in the International Baccalaureate program at Monarch Park C.I. Math is my favourite subject, followed by French.  I have competed in many math contests throughout the years and have completed some years of French immersion.  I was a finalist in the Concours D’art Oratoire, a French public speaking competition.   I practice boxing and badminton, and I have earned over 400 hours of volunteering. I hope to positively impact your child’s learning experience!

Hi! My name is Bennett.  I’m a grade 11 honour roll student and drama student at Etobicoke School of the Arts. I have lots of experience working with children. I volunteer twice a week to coach children in Jiu Jitsu at my dojo. The subjects I can tutor are math, science, English and French at a grade 1-6 level. I was in French Immersion from grade 1-8, although I sadly could not continue because my high school does not have a French Immersion program. During elementary school I struggled with grammar and math in particular and having somebody to explain and go over the parts I didn’t understand helped me tremendously!  I believe that with my help your child can greatly improve their grades and understanding of what they’re learning. I am excited to help your child with their academic success and find the fun in learning!

Hey! My name is Blanca and I am a grade 12 honours student at De La Salle College Oaklands. I have previous experience working with children through babysitting and peer tutoring grades 5-10 at my High School. I am interested in a variety of sciences such as Biology, Chemistry and lower grade Physics. As well, I excel in Functions and junior level Mathematics.  Outside of academics, I am bilingual in Spanish and English. In my spare time I enjoy reading, biking, skiing and spending time with family and friends.  I look forward to contributing to the success of students!

Hello! My name is Cam and I am going into my first year as a student at Manhattanville College in New York with a double major in Finance and Math.  I graduated from Collingwood Collegiate Institute with a 92% average, earning me a spot on the honour roll every year.  I excel in Math and English and scored in the 97th percentile on the SAT.  I have extensive experience coaching hockey to a wide variety of children and building their confidence as well as leading study groups with my peers.  Outside of school I love spending time with my three German Shepards, exercising and playing hockey.  I look forward to helping your child achieve their goals and build their confidence!

Cameron is a third-year student at York University pursuing a bachelor’s degree in contemporary music, with a concurrent education degree. A seasoned tutor, Cameron has multiple years of tutoring experience in a variety of subjects. Cameron was a high achieving secondary student at Rosedale Heights School of the Arts, where he took a wide range of academic courses and honed his music skills. Cameron also received his French certificate and took immersion French for 9 years in elementary and middle school. He is most confident teaching math, French, English, and music, but is well-versed in a variety of other subjects. As a tutor, Cameron aims to teach students how to succeed in school in addition to preparing them for evaluations and assignments. Outside of tutoring, Cameron performs regularly around Toronto as a guitarist and bassist.

Hi, I’m Claire (she/her). I am a third-year student at the University of British Columbia majoring in Microbiology and Immunology.  I went to Riverdale Collegiate Institute, and was an honour roll student all four years of high school. I received the Carswell Science & Math Award in grade 12 for the highest combined grades across the math and science courses. I have experience working with children as a camp counsellor, swim instructor and ski coach. In my free time I enjoy baking, reading, skiing, and spending time with friends and family. I am excited to help students improve their confidence in learning and reach their academic goals. I tutor all grades in Mathematics, and Science, as well as elementary French.

Hello! My name is Cynthia and I am a second-year student attending McGill University in the Food Science program.  I am a very hardworking, organized, and responsible individual that enjoys helping others and would love to see your child succeed! I perform very well in all my courses and excel in areas such as Math, English, and Science. I have volunteer experience working for the English Summer Camp program at Fu Hui Education Foundation, supporting and encouraging their students and helping them get comfortable with learning and conversing in English. In my spare time, I enjoy baking, watching movies and tv shows, as well as drawing and dancing. I have experience in a wide variety of different art mediums but I especially love sketching and have received the Arts Honour Award at my school. I am very patient and motivated to help others develop and improve their academic skills. I ensure that I will do my very best to help your child succeed and would be very grateful for the opportunity!

My name is Daniel. I am a first-year Engineering Science student at The University of Toronto. I am well-versed in various topics and capable of tutoring English, Mathematics up to AP Calculus AB, AP Physics B, and lower grade sciences. Outside of academics, you can find me training for Track and Field, playing basketball, or learning a new instrument. I am always trying to learn new things, as I wish to explore the world through knowledge and experience as thoroughly as I am capable.

Hi! My name is Daria and I am a first-year student at Wilfrid Laurier University in the Bachelor of Arts program. I graduated from Malvern Collegiate Institute with an Honours Certificate of Bilingual Studies (Extended French).  I was also a member of the honour roll for all 4 years of high school and received several achievement awards, including the highest mark in multiple grade 12 courses.  In my spare time I love to read, bake and crochet. I am dedicated to helping students up to and including grade 10 in science, math, English and French.  I look forward to helping your child achieve academic success and find joy in learning!

Hi, my name is Dharmik! I am a grade 11 honour roll student at Orangeville District Secondary School. I went to an elementary French Immersion school and I continue studying french at high school as I plan on getting my DELF certificate.  I play competitive archery and am a three-time Far Shot 60” champion.  I also participate in my school’s soccer, badminton, cross country, ultimate frisbee, track and field and E-sports team. I attended provincial championships for four of the sports teams.  I do not let my athletics or extracurricular activities interfere with my academics.  In my spare time I enjoy reading, playing the piano and guitar, drawing, playing sports and spending time with my friends. I am involved in my community; volunteering at school events  and around my town.  I have close to 200 volunteer hours. I also have experience working with children at camps. I have excellent problem-solving, organizational and time-management skills and am very patient. I excel in all subjects but my best are science, maths and french.  I am committed to connect with your child and help them overcome challenges they may face with their schoolwork.

Edward is a first-year student at Wilfrid Laurier University.  Outside of school, some activities he does are playing guitar, learning languages, reading manga, playing sports, and studying finance.  He has won the high school market simulation challenge from the University of Toronto and passed the Canadian Securities Course. In addition, he has achieved 100% in data & business management.  Edward is easy-going, kind, and likes to help others achieve their academic goals.

Hello! My name is Ellie and I am a third-year university student studying Concurrent Education at Queen’s University with a double major in French and Music. I was an honour roll student at Malvern CI where I received multiple academic achievement awards, many of which were French courses. I graduated with the Governor General’s Academic Medal for the highest average among the graduating class. I have been on the Dean’s List every year and was placed on the Dean’s Honour List with Distinction in first year for achieving a GPA in the top 3% of all students. In addition to academics, I am a passionate dancer, flute player, and baker! I have many years of experience working with diverse children; above all, I love seeing students of all ages and abilities learn. I hope to not only assist your child with their homework but instill and build confidence in them, all while having fun!

Hi! My name is Elora and I am a grade 11 honour student at East York Collegiate Institute. I have been enrolled in the French Immersion program since I was 4 years old and I am currently working towards an OSSD honours certificate of bilingual studies.  Some of my favourite subjects in school are music and creative writing.  I have been awarded for my language and literacy skills, recognizing my ability to apply concepts in a creative way.  I play piano, clarinet and my main instrument is voice.  Outside of school I study with The Royal Conservatory of Music.  In addition to music, I enjoy painting and learning martial arts. I believe in setting personal goals for each student. Understanding that success looks different for everyone is important.

Hey! My name is Emilea. I am a grade 11 student at Father Henry Carr Catholic Secondary School. I am an academic achiever in all my courses but especially in Math!  I received honour roll in both grades 9 and 10; with experience tutoring students of all ages, even as old as me! My hobbies are shopping, exploring new places with my friends, watching tv, volunteering and making queue cards to study. By the end of this year, I hope to gain a variety of volunteer experience and help students of all ages excel and understand math.

My name is Emma and I am a graduate of Loretto College School.  In my high school years I always maintained an average of 85%+ in my classes.  I have been tutoring for a year and my skills are language (English/French) and organizational strategies. I went to an elementary French immersion school – but I continued French courses throughout the entirety of high school. I will be attending TMU for image arts/film studies in September.  I love writing, music, and spending time with my friends :)

Hi! My name is Emma and I am a recent graduate from the University of Ottawa, where I completed an Honours Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Science specializing in Neuroscience, and graduated summa cum laude. Throughout university, I have conducted research in neuron physiology and mental health, winning a research scholarship for my work. Before university, I graduated with French Immersion Honours from Malvern Collegiate Institute where I won the Daryl Sorbie Award for creative writing. I have worked with children and young adults for 10+ years in various roles such as tutoring, being a camp counsellor, and working in medical settings. I adore teaching (and learning) about science as I see it as a handbook to understand your own body and the world around you. I can’t wait to get to know your child and cater to their learning style!

Hi! My name is Eshal and I am a grade 10 student at Riverdale Collegiate Institute. My favourite classes have always been math and science and I can’t wait to help others with the knowledge I have gained in these subjects!  I have also been learning French for the past 6 years, and I love to play the double bass! I always strive to do my best which has landed me with grades above 90% in all of my courses.  I would describe myself as a very adventurous person who isn’t afraid of a challenge.  In my free time, you can either find me curled up with a book or hiking through the trails around Toronto.  I am the oldest cousin in my family, so you can trust that I have a lot of experience with children!

Hi, my name is Ethan! I am a grade 10 student at Leaside High School. I enjoy helping other students and strive to enhance my own learning. This summer I had the opportunity to practice my French when I travelled to Quebec City and Belgium. I am active in LanceBotics, my school’s robotics club and I love teaching others about the skills I have learned there. I am very proud to have won the Northlea EMS Grade 8 Academic Award and Arts Award. Outside of school, I play the piano, I draw, and I have just completed my Swim Instructor course. I look forward to working with you and helping you with your learning.

Hello! My name is Evan and I am a third-year honours, mechanical engineering student studying at Queens University.  I graduated from Riverdale C.I. in Toronto in 2021 with honours.  I have strong functions, calculus and physics skills and am very comfortable teaching these subjects through all high school grade levels.  In my free time I enjoy playing video games, socializing with friends, mountain biking and going to the gym.  I am excited to start helping students achieve their academic goals!

Hi! My name is Eve and I am a grade 11 honour roll student at Riverdale Collegiate Institute. I enjoy academics, especially math, core French, English and science. I love being involved in my school!  I am on the yearbook committee and in my school choir. I enjoy singing, playing the piano and dancing. Since 5 years I have been involved in Acro-dance and gymnastics.  I have a lot of experience helping children; volunteering at a day camp, babysitting for children in my neighbourhood and I was a mother’s helper for a family on holiday.  I have my Red Cross babysitting certificate. I would love to help your child excel in school through positivity, patience and determination.

Hi! My name is Ewan and I am a second-year student at Queen’s University for Computer Science. I graduated grade 12 with honours from the MaST program at Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute. My strongest subjects are math and computer science, with Java and Python being the languages I am familiar with. I can also tutor French, having been in the French board (Conseil Scolaire Viamonde) from grade 4 to grade 8, and having taken French throughout all of high school. I participated in the University of Waterloo Gauss and Euclid contests, and I achieved the best score in the grade 8 Gauss contest at my school. My brother, who I have helped with math, has said that the qualities he appreciates most about me as a tutor are my patience and creativity when explaining math concepts. I am looking forward to working with your child to improve their academic skills!

Hi! My name is Faijul and I am a grade 12 honour roll student enrolled in the MaST program at Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute. My favourite subjects in school are Math, Physics and Chemistry, while I also really enjoy programming.  I am a very hard-working, responsible and academically inclined student who achieved a 98% average in grade 11.  Outside of school, I like to play soccer, frisbee, and practice new tunes on my guitar.  I have tutoring expertise in topics such as Math and Science where I am comfortable in tutoring up to a grade 11 level.  I am looking forward to supporting your child with any difficulties and building their academic confidence!

I am a first-year student attending Queen’s University.  I speak four languages (English, French, Italian, Spanish) and I’m currently learning a fifth (Mandarin).  I am able to provide support in most sciences and any language course. In my free time I like to travel and read.

Hi! I’m Finlay. I m a grade 11 honour roll student in the MaST (Math, art, Science, Technology) program at Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute. While I excel at all my courses my strongest and favourite subjects are the Maths and Sciences.  I was in French Immersion from K-8 and continued taking French through grade 10.  I am very responsible and comfortable working with children of all ages as an experienced babysitter.  I would love to help students K-8 with their general homework and students from k-10 in maths/sciences.  My goal is to help students build confidence in their academic abilities.  Outside of school I play hockey along with other sports and games.

Hi, I’m Finley! I’m a student at Rosedale Heights School of the Arts and I’m on the 2022-2023 honour roll! I’m most passionate about math, science, and english. My other interests are fashion, art and literature history, reading, film and tv, specifically the scream franchise, and music. I help many of my friends and peers with their work at school, and I’m very excited to help other young people with their work now too! This is my first year working with Teenage Tutors but I have worked with many children before in teaching/ learning environments. I have worked with children from the ages of  5-14, and some children who are neurodivergent and have special needs.  I am so excited to help you reach your academic goals and enjoy learning in ways that work for you!

Hello! My name is Fisher, and I am a Grade 12 honour roll student at De La Salle College “Oaklands”.   I have a strong interest in Biology, Chemistry and Physics; I am also proficient in Java.  Throughout my high school career, I have consistently maintained a high academic average and have participated in a variety of clubs.  I am an active member of the DECA business club and the HOSA Canada Club.  I also take part in the Peer Tutoring club and enjoy helping, educating and preparing my classmates for upcoming tests.  My goal as a tutor is to support and guide students in their academic journey by helping them understand challenging concepts, creating a positive and engaging learning environment as well as to provide constructive feedback and guidance to help them achieve their scholarly goals.

Hi! I’m Frances and I’m a grade 12 honour roll student at Notre Dame High School. I have maintained a 96% average with my favourite subjects being the maths and sciences, especially chemistry and physics.  I have won awards in math, english, visual art and communications technology. I also have a strong interest in English and history. My hobbies are playing guitar, piano, badminton, and reading, especially for my book club. I have a passion for being involved with my school community and different fundraising events. I’m friendly and approach things with a calm demeanour.  As a current student, I understand what it feels like to want to be successful and how support and positive encouragement helps to achieve goals. I also understand that achieving these goals builds confidence and leads to continued success. I will make learning an enjoyable experience for everyone, and I can’t wait to help your child learn and grow!

Hello! My name is Grace. I am a third-year student at the University of Ottawa.  I am currently pursuing an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in hopes of eventually becoming a therapist for children and teenagers. In high school my strongest subjects were languages; both English and French, as well as various social science courses such as Intro to Anthropology, Psychology and Sociology which I have evidently carried throughout my university experience thus far. When I am not studying, I spend my time engaging in artistic hobbies. I have danced for 17 years and I enjoy painting and sketching. I have an extensive amount of experience working with children, as I have been a camp counsellor and a leader at a few summer camps over the past five years. I hope to help students approach subjects in a new light and have them strive to reach their academic goals!

Hello! My name is Hannah and I am a first year student at the University of Toronto, St. George Campus. I am in the Mathematical and Physical Sciences category and particularly like math and chemistry. Previously, I attended Riverdale Collegiate Institute and took part in the math club and the field hockey team. I completed French immersion up until grade 6 and continued with core french in high school. Outside of school, I enjoy playing games such as gin rummy, cribbage, and chess. I also enjoy playing the guitar, sewing, knitting, and riding my bike. I am thoughtful and organized, and I hope to help your child succeed.

Hi! My name is Holly (she/her) and I am a first-year student at McGill University.  I have worked with children in a variety of settings for over five years, and I am passionate about athletics, music and social justice.  I was the Vice-President of the Humberside Athletic Council (HAC) and the Co-President of the Young Feminist Forum (YFF) at my school.  I was also the provincial champion of the 2021 Junior Ontario Ethic’s Bowl and the runners-up of the 2022 Ontario Ethics Bowl. I love languages, the humanities and social sciences and I look forward to tutoring students in these areas!  I am dedicated to guiding students towards academic success and am excited to help them reach their goals.

Hello! I’m Iliana and I am a third-year student at Guelph University studying molecular biology and genetics. I graduated high school as an honours student throughout my high school career with a strong focus on math and science. I love tutoring all subjects, but am most passionate about teaching math, science and English. I have great experience teaching and tutoring children of all ages from when I volunteered as a leading to reading volunteer with the Toronto public library and from when I worked in an after school program at an elementary school. I am dedicated to supporting and teaching my students to ensure their academic success and boost their confidence. My hobbies include cooking, pottering, reading and watching movies.

Hi! My name is Isabel, I’m a grade 11 honour roll student attending Etobicoke School of the Arts as a dance major. I love dancing as it has filled a huge part of my life, I am currently at Swansea school of dance and used to be on the part-time competitive team at Sean Boutilier. At school, I’ve joined the Dance Council where we plan events and fundraisers school-wide and for our dance department. In the past, my middle school had a book buddies period during which we would assist students with their reading skills, (not to brag or anything but I was one of their favourites). I have completed the Red Cross babysitting course, and have helped take care of and entertain children at family reunions. Science is my favourite subject, and academics is where I thrive and enjoy myself the most. I’m eager to support your child in excelling in math and the sciences!

Hello my name is Ivan and I am a grade 12 honour roll student at Michael Power St. Joseph, currently enrolled in the International Baccalaureate program. I have a passion for all subjects, especially math, science and French. In school I am a part of the DECA club, but I hope to join the Robotics club this upcoming school year. I play soccer and hockey and work part-time at a restaurant. I would be happy to tutor math up to a grade 11 level, chemistry and physics up to a grade 9 level, and French up to a grade 8 level.

Hey! My name is Jack and I am a third-year chemical engineering student at the University of Ottawa. I graduated with French Immersion honours from Malvern Collegiate Institute with a focus on maths and sciences. I won the award for highest overall mark in grade 11 chemistry, grade 10 immersion math, grade 9 and 10 Phys. Ed., and the Harry McArthur Proficiency Award for highest overall average in grade 8. I’ve always loved working with kids as I’ve volunteered at a day camp as a leader in training for several summers. I’ve played soccer and ultimate frisbee for many years, and I’m a huge fan of the Toronto Raptors. I’m looking forward to helping your child boost their proficiency and confidence in their academics!

Hi! My name is John and I graduated high school with honours at Bear Creek SS. I’m currently attending university for Computer Science. My strongest subjects are math and computer science. I have used Java, Python, and a bit of C++, HTML. I participated in the University of Waterloo Gauss and Euclid contests, and I achieved the best score in most of the contests at my school. My friend, who I have helped with math, has said that the qualities she appreciates most about me as a tutor are my patience, reliability and ability to simplify complex topics. I am looking forward to working with your child to assist them in their academic journey!

Karleigh is a third-year student at Queen’s University in the Life Sciences program and she previously attended Malvern Collegiate Institute in the French Immersion program. Karleigh excels in English and French with a specialty in science and math. Karleigh was awarded the Chemistry Scholar’s award from the University of Toronto, Course excellence awards in a variety of subjects, and honour rolls. Karleigh has experience working with children at a youth mental health agency, being a camp leader, and a ballet teacher. Through her extracurricular endeavours she has gained valuable experience in leadership roles. She continued to seek leadership opportunities by co-founding the Malvern Medicine Club in her final two years of high school. Outside of school, Karleigh was a competitive dancer and is now a part of her school’s Cancer Research Club. In her free time, she enjoys travelling, reading, and playing with her dog. Karleigh is committed to helping your child develop and achieve their academic goals.

Hi, my name is Keira!  I am a grade 10 honour roll student at Orangeville District Secondary School.  I am very adventurous, studious and responsible.  I hope to be involved in the medical field someday; possibly an Anesthesiologist.  I enjoy exploring and learning new things everyday!  I have participated in 5 different sports teams in grade 9 and attended provincial championships for 3 of them.  I was on the cross country, skiing, badminton and track teams.  I attended OFSAA for cross country, cross country skiing and track.  However, my athletics do not interfere with my academics.  I received the Writing award in grade 7, the Academic Excellence award in grade 8 and graduated with honours.  I excel in all subjects but my strengths are math, science and french.  I am always ready to take on a new challenge and am determined to overcome obstacles.  I also have an artistic side and love drawing and sketching.  I have experience working with children at day camps and volunteering for school and town events.  I hope to help and connect with students to overcome challenges they may be having with their homework.  I have strong time-management, organization and patience.

Hello! My name is Kevin and I am a grade 12 student who is entering university in September. Not only in class but also in my spare time, I always enjoy solving math problems!  In the summer, I always relax in the shade and read Chinese history books. I am always happy to be tutoring Mandarin and math to young students!

Hi there! My name is Layla. I am a grade 12 student in Edmonton, Alberta.  I am currently attending the Centre for Learning @ Home!  I’m an honour roll student who is incredibly passionate about learning.  My favourite subjects are biology, math and creative writing!  I think problem solving can vary from a creative to an analytical approach and finding a harmony between the two helps an individual develop their abilities and perspectives. Outside of school, I enjoy focusing on other skills like crochet, baking and cooking!  I also enjoy watching television as a ‘brain break’ and playing with my cat, Oreo. Struggling in school can stem from multiple factors but asking for help and receiving it is the first step to achieving success!  I believe there is something for everyone to enjoy academically and homework doesn’t have to be scary!

Hi! My name’s Leo, and I’m a second-year student in Honours Mathematics at the University of Waterloo. I graduated from Michael Power St. Joseph high school in 2022 with the international baccalaureate program, as a 4 years honour roll student. I have experience tutoring high school and middle school students in math, the sciences, and french, and love seeing the progress and enthusiasm that comes from this job. I also enjoy programming and computer science and have competed and won awards in many coding competitions. In my free time, I enjoy reading and playing badminton and soccer. I look forward to helping many students find academic success in the future!

Hello, my name is Leon and I am a grade 11 student from Selwyn House School in Montreal, Quebec.  Ever since day one, I have been very passionate towards math and sciences and have participated in numerous math contests.  And with more than a decade of piano experience and numerous performances, I am also confident in my music ability.  To work for Teenage Tutors is a great opportunity for me to share my knowledge with other students about my passion.  I have had previous tutor experience in my school’s tutoring program.  I look forward to helping students to reach their academic goals and find success in my tutoring!

Hi! My name is Lily and I am a grade 12 honour roll student currently attending Monarch Park Collegiate. I consistently maintain a 97+ average in all my subjects but I particularly enjoy math and science. I have received awards in many internationally recognized math competitions over the years. I was also enrolled in an intensive extended French program for all of middle school and was able to further practice the language in Quebec. Outside of school, I enjoy participating in computer science competitions, playing the violin, and oil painting. I believe that learning is a lifelong journey and can be enjoyable for everybody.

Hi, I’m Lisa, a Grade 12 student in the TOPS program at Bloor Collegiate Institute. Throughout high school I excelled in mathematics, sciences, English and humanities courses, maintaining an average of 98 to 99% each year.  Whether through clubs such as Model UN or volunteering as a peer tutor, I love being involved with the wonderful community at my school.  I believe that it is important to always find challenges and room for self-improvement, so I compete in Waterloo and U of T math contests, write AP exams (Calculus, Physics, Macroeconomics, etc), participate in academic and creative essay contests and engage in as many stimulating pursuits as I can.  Beyond academics, you might find me coaching gymnastics, playing volleyball, solving Rubik’s Cubes, practicing chess or learning some cool card games.  As a tutor, I hope to help and support students, connect them with potential interests and get them excited to learn a subject!

Hi, my name is Madeleine and I am a grade 11 honour roll student at Malvern Collegiate Institute in the French immersion program.  I love all subjects but my favourite subjects are French, math, and science.  I play piano and have Level 5 certification. I also love to read and play soccer!  I have experience tutoring many subjects including piano, and I love helping people to excel in school!

Hi, my name is Marc and I am a grade 12 student at St Robert Catholic High School in Thornhill, Ontario.  I am an honour roll student and finished grade 10 with a 92 average. I am an athlete and some of my favourite sports are basketball and football.  I am also enrolled in the school newspaper as I enjoy writing and some of my other hobbies include working out and cooking.  If you pick me as your tutor, I assure you that I will share my abilities to look at problems from different perspectives and think outside the box to assist you (my clients) and help you excel and reach your full potential.

Hi my name is Mathew and I’m currently a grade 12 student attending Dante Alighieri Academy. I excel in english and french and have been taking french in school for the past 12 years. I’m a competitive soccer player and also love playing volleyball. I like to spend my free time going out with friends, going to the gym or going on bike rides. My goal is to make school easier for children who find it so difficult when it doesn’t have to be like that at all. I’ve always been great with children, volunteering at summer camps and now becoming a camp counsellor for the city!

Hi there! My name is Max. I am a grade 11 honours student enrolled in the International Baccalaureate program at Monarch Park C.I. My favourite subject is math and I also enjoy science and psychology. I take part in many sports but my favourite ones are hockey, baseball and badminton. I have been playing hockey and baseball for about 6 years. As hobbies of mine I enjoy going to the gym, playing the piano and biking. I am easy going and love to help others. I hope to be a part of your child’s learning success!

Miles is a second-year biochemistry student at UBC and graduate of the TOPS program at Bloor Collegiate Institute. At UBC his GPA is 4.10/4.33 and in high school he consistently maintained an average above 95%, earning him the Principal’s List Award for high-achieving students in Grades 11 and 12. He has been awarded with the AP Scholar Award for Calculus, Chemistry and Physics. Through his 4 years of tutoring experience and his over 100 combined hours of volunteering, he is capable of identifying and explaining a student’s weaknesses and improving them most effectively. He has ambitions in medicine and in helping students achieve their academic goals. Miles is very excited to give students the opportunity to improve their understanding and appreciation of their chosen subjects!

Hi! My name is Misha and I’m a grade 12 student at École Secondaire Toronto Ouest.  I am fluently trilingual in French, English and Russian, and strive for academic excellence in all of my classes.  My strongest subjects are math and French but I’m very comfortable tutoring most other subjects, including but not limited to English, Science, History, Geography and programming.  I’m very passionate about working with students of any level to aid them in understanding challenging concepts and improving their academics in a way that is straightforward and accessible. Outside of school you’ll find me drawing, painting, lifting weights or playing board games with my friends.  I’d be thrilled to get to know your child better and help them achieve their goals, whatever they may be.

Hello! My name is Molly and I’m a grade twelve student at Rosedale Heights School of the Arts.  I had the highest GPA of anyone in grade ten (96%) and I continue to excel in and enjoy all of my arts and academic courses. I major in vocal music at Rosedale and some of my favourite subjects are Chemistry, Math and English.  At school I’m involved in Chamber Choir, Senior Vocal Choir and Musical Theatre, and in my free time I love to read, write, embroider, and spend time with my friends and family.  I have lots of experience babysitting and working with children of all ages and I’m eager to get started tutoring. I am comfortable tutoring in Math and English and am strongly committed to helping your child succeed!

Hi! I’m a first year student at the University of Waterloo who is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in System Design Engineering. I was a recent high school graduate from Humberside CI, finishing with an honour bilingual degree in French and several honours such as the Governor’s General. Furthermore, as one of the Toronto District School Board Top Scholar (a student who graduated with the highest mark in the school district of Toronto), I am confident to say that my forte lies in Math, all Science subjects, French, and Music Theory. However as a tutor, I aspire to help students realize their full potential, teach them how to prepare for evaluations and make sure that they have a full understanding of the subject’s fundamentals. Outside of my academic life, I enjoy to play the violin, cook and read.

Hi! My name is Olivia, and I am a St.Joseph College School Grade 11 honour roll student. Math, Drama, and English are my favourite subjects. In my spare time, I participate in the junior sea cadets, play house league hockey, enjoy gaming, and make pottery. This summer, I finished my grade 11 English in Ireland and travelled to Dublin, Cork, and Galway. I am fascinated by Maritime history. I would be delighted to assist you with your grade 9 and 10 math homework, test preparation, and practice math problems.

Owen is a very experienced tutor, spending the last 4 years teaching students from grades 1-12. He consistently improves students’ grades by 10-20% and most importantly makes them feel more confident in their academic abilities by teaching for mastery, not just to get by. Owen is a recent high school graduate from Malvern C.I., finishing with a bilingual degree in French and several honours and scholarships. Currently, Owen is studying at the University of Waterloo in the mechatronics engineering program. This summer Owen completed a research internship at the University of McGill. He is very confident in his abilities to tutor in French, English, science, math and technology. He has a passion for teaching and education, having worked as a soccer instructor during the summer, also volunteering to teach tennis at a summer camp and tutoring other students at his high school. In his spare time Owen enjoys cooking, reading, coding and snowboarding. He is a renowned teacher, a hard worker, and will help your child improve and realize their potential.

Hey! My name is Prasun and I am currently attending Queen’s University for a Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours).  Throughout my high school career, I have excelled in a variety of disciplines, notably Math & Science and French & English.  As much as I strive to do my best in academics, I also focus on myself and my hobbies, such as instruments and coding.  I have several years of one-on-one tutoring with children and find this environment crucial for developing young minds and piquing their interests.   I am committed to ensuring your child’s success as they progress as learners and curious thinkers.

Hi! My name is Puneet.  I am a Grade 11 honour roll student in Brampton, Ontario.  My favourite and strongest subjects are science, math and English.   I have many years of tutoring experience from Kumon to school tutoring to even my own sibling at home!  I enjoy playing soccer, doing photography and watching movies in my free time.  In the future, I aim to pursue a career in cardiac surgery.  Recently, I received an award for the highest course average in science and math; (97% and 100%).  I am also interested and experienced with computers and technological science as well as business and accounting.   I volunteer at a tutoring centre, a photography club as well as an elderly care home facility.  I am fluent in English, Punjabi and Hindi. Overall, as an individual I have great work ethic which includes, time management, being able to set priorities, productivity, passion, and much more!  I ensure that I will help you gain the most knowledge out of your education, ease your burdens of academic stress and learn many new strategies to contribute to your success as a student in science, math and English!

Hi! My name is Raphaëlle and I am a first-year, biochemistry student at McGill University.  I have completed the International Baccalaureate as well as the Ontario Secondary School Diploma in French (DESO).  I am fully bilingual in English and French and maintain an intermediate/advanced level of Spanish (B2 level fluency).  I have several years of tutoring experience through volunteering as well as private tutoring and enjoy working closely with students to help them achieve their goals as well as cultivate an interest in learning as early on as possible.  In school I achieved a top-6 average of 98% and won the Governor General’s medal for maintaining the highest overall average in my graduating class.  In my free time I enjoy photography, baking and I used to practice Taekwondo for 6 years before moving to Toronto from England.

Hi my name is Remi!  I am a grade 10 student at Neil McNeil High School in Toronto. I like all of my classes but my favourite subject is math. I have completed nine years of French immersion.  I participate in many sports but my favourites are hockey and tennis and have been playing hockey for 10 years and tennis for three. I am very patient with children and I like helping people whenever I can!

Hi! My name is Ryan and I am a first-year, computer science student at Waterloo University.  My strongest subjects are math and the sciences (including computer science).  I am proficient in both Python and Java.  I am comfortable tutoring any high school course.  Outside of school I love playing sports and music.  I have played competitive volleyball for 6 years, and I have achieved level 9 RCM certifications in piano. I look forward to working with you!

Hello, my name is Shayna!  I am a first-year Health Sciences student at Queen’s University.  I previously attended The Woodlands Secondary School as a student in the Enhanced Learning (Gifted) Program.  I am passionate about instilling my love for learning in others and have experience tutoring English, French, Math and Science. As the Co-President of the Peer Tutoring Center at my high school last year, I worked with students from various academic backgrounds, including ESL students and those with learning difficulties. I also have experience teaching at science-based summer camps and recreation programs. Outside of school, my extracurriculars have included clinical research, academic competitions, and sports such as competitive ringette. I aim to provide friendly, nonjudgmental support for your child as they navigate their coursework.  My hope is to equip students with the confidence and learning strategies they need to be successful both in and out of the classroom.  I look forward to helping your child achieve their goals!

Hello! My name is Sophie and I am a grade 12 honour roll student at Father Leo J Austin CSS. I am very passionate about helping others and I like to use real-world connections when helping others learn. I am able to teach a variety of different subject such as Math, English,  French and Science. Throughout my entire high school career, I have maintained a 90% average and was given a student of the month award for the services I gave to my school community. While in elementary school, I had the opportunity to do peer-tutoring for my fellow classmates.  I have experience in public speaking and am able to increase the confidence of a speaker and help them make passionate and persuasive speeches. I was also awarded as the runner up in a speech competition for my town. Currently, I am the Student Trustee for my school board and I am able to give students advice on student leadership opportunities as well as how to give articulate and well-performed presentations. On the side of my extracurriculars, I am pursuing a career in acting. This helps give me further insight on how to speak well in front of people. I love learning and teaching and hope to make learning fun for people of every age! I am very excited to work with your child and help them accomplish their goals!

Hello, I’m a second-year student at the University of Waterloo studying towards a Bachelors in Accounting & Finance. I graduated from SATEC @ W.A Porter High school with a 95+ Grade 12 average and was the recipient of awards such as the TDSB Liban Arale Work Ethic Memorial Award. I have had years of tutoring and work experience working with children of all different ages and enjoy it very much. I am comfortable teaching all math courses from grades 7 – 12. I am adaptable and flexible, so I can teach in a style that works best for your child to ensure they excel in school.

Stephanie is a third-year student studying at Queens University in the Mechanical Engineering program. She graduated with honours and a bilingual degree in French immersion at her former high school, Malvern Collegiate Institute. Stephanie received the Chemistry Scholar’s award from the University of Toronto. She is very hardworking and wants to see her students succeed. Volunteering at various summer camps gave Stephanie the opportunity to work with children. She loves piano and hockey, especially watching the Toronto Maple Leafs.  Stephanie will help her students reach their academic goals.

Hello! My name is Tia. I am a grade 11 student at the Bishop Strachan School. I excel in all the courses I take, however my primary strengths are in Math and French. I would like to study Business in my post-secondary education. I received honour roll in 2020 and heads list in 2021 & 2022. I’ve won two awards for Mathematica competitions and taken the Alliance de Francaise French DELF exam. Other hobbies of mine are volunteering and playing basketball. I also plan to be a basketball camp counsellor this summer. In my leisure time, I enjoy spending time with friends and family, going out, travelling, and playing sports.

Hi! My name is Xian and I graduated with honours from the IB Diploma Programme. I am attending university for a dual honours program for Economics and Politics. In high school, my strongest subjects were Biology, French and English. In my spare time I read mystery novels and have a passion for literature.  My brother, who I have helped with all of these subjects, has said that the qualities he appreciates most about me as a tutor are my patience and creativity in explaining various topics. With over 5 years of tutoring experience, I am looking forward to working with your child to improve their academic skills.

Hi! My name is Zoey and I am currently a grade 11 honour roll student at Birchmount Park Collegiate Institute. I greatly enjoy all of my classes, especially English, Math and Science. I have been playing rep level soccer for nine years and I have been the captain for seven of those years. I love children and have been babysitting for four years. I was a camp counsellor during the summer of 2022. At school I help to set up, organize, and supervise sport tournaments and games. I love to read and spend time with my family and friends in my free time. My tutoring goals are to create a positive, judgement-free space for children to learn!

What kind of student becomes a Teenage Tutor?

The simple answer is: grade 10, 11 and 12 boys and girls who maintain an Honours Level of scholastic achievement at their respective high schools.

But if I could generalize they’re smart, ambitious young people who are looking for a flexible part-time job that pays well, and we do, well above the typical wage paid to people their age. Almost as importantly, in this age of highly competitive admissions criteria for university applicants, they’re looking for opportunities to build their personal skills and CV’s. Here’s what one of our tutors wrote as part of a submission to admissions at the Ivey Business School at the University of Western Ontario:

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“This is one of the most rewarding experiences I could ask for and has benefitted me in many ways. Seeing the children push through their problems first hand, inspires me to excel in my own schooling.  To be a successful tutor,  you must commit to the children 100%, and when you’re with them, they must have your undivided attention. Another way I have benefited is the fact that I have become a more well-rounded person.  Before starting this job in grade 11, most of my time was spent focusing on sports. Once I started, I changed as a person.  As soon as I started mentoring the children, I discovered my passion for helping people.  This job allows me to help out and make money at the same time. It is a dream job!  The honour roll requirement pushes me to stay on the honour roll in order to keep the job and I went from a 75 average student to the 90 average student I am now.  I stayed with sports and am still athletic to this day but by applying myself to this job, I became much more versatile and accomplished.”

Are you an Honour Roll grade 10, 11 or 12 student looking for a flexible part-time opportunity? Click here to apply!

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