Marie-Danielle has a Bachelor’s degree in Education and French Language Arts from the University of Calgary. She has been teaching Social Studies, Art, French as a Second Language and French Language Arts to junior high students for over 10 years. She is a passionate teacher who enjoys exploring and guiding students into discovering their full potential and capabilities. Marie-Danielle was born in Québec and moved to Calgary at a young age. Every summer she makes the time to go back to Québec and visit her family and friends. In previous years, Marie-Danielle has also partaken in summer camps, teaching French to international students. She always enjoys working with students and being a part of their learning success.


Selma recently graduated from McGill University’s Bachelor of Education program where she specialized in high school English Language Arts and History. During her time living in Quebec, she taught and tutored in both English and French. She also made it onto the Dean’s List and earned several scholarships throughout her university years for maintaining a high cumulative GPA.

Growing up with an Egyptian father and a German mother, she developed a passion for languages and learned to speak English, French, German, Arabic, and Spanish. Her interest in Spanish led her to teaching English as a Second language in Spain. Later, she traveled to Costa Rica as a Program Leader for groups of American teenagers on community service trips. These international experiences fuelled her interest in working with youth.

Teaching has been a lifelong dream for Selma, and she believes that there is nothing more rewarding than being able to help a student gain confidence or understand a concept. For her, tutoring is all about listening and responding to her students’ unique needs. Selma recently moved to Ontario, and she is looking forward to her next adventure in a new province! You’ll often catch her planning her next hiking trip, dancing, singing, or going on long runs.


Hello family! My name is Arielle, and I am a passionate teacher/tutor, I am fluent in French. I am deeply devoted to education and motivated to work closely alongside students and dedicated to see them succeed!

On a side note, I enjoy music, using it as a learning tool to spark my student’s ability to remember material in a fun and engaging way. I also enjoy nature, traveling on adventures, and teaching skills for students to become organized, valuable, and good citizens on earth.

I look forward to meeting you!


Magda has 11 years of teaching experience as an elementary French Immersion teacher. She completed her undergraduate degree, which includes a specialization in French, and her Bachelor of Education degree here in Ontario. Over the course of her career, she has worked with a variety of students, differentiating her instruction based on level, needs and goals.


Brendan is an OCT certified teacher that has been teaching for 3 years and has teachables in French, health & kinesiology, and all elementary subjects k-8. Brendan is fluent in French and English, and is also well-educated on environmental design and behaviour change, which is well applied to developing study habits or organizational skills. He enjoys many sports and playing music, and understands that incorporating material that is relevant and related to students’ interests can have a big impact on their ability and willingness to learn. Above all, Brendan enjoys helping other people and enjoys working with students and families to help them find success based on their needs and interests.


Hello! Bonjour! Ciao!
My name is Meghan Anderson and I have been a teacher for 22 years. I originally started my career teaching with the Greater Essex County District School Board in Windsor Ontario but moved to the Peel District School Board 18 years ago. I have been a teacher with Peel teaching all subjects, mainly in French immersion from grades 1-5. I am currently the physical education teacher for grades 2-5 in French. I have also taught for a year in Kuwait and have done summer camps in Korea and China.
In my personal life, I spend my weekends walking my dog Bella, reading and love cooking great food.
I am really looking forward to meeting all families and I thank Prep Academy Tutors for this wonderful opportunity.

Jessica D.

Jessica has a Master’s degree in French and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She has been teaching for the last 10 years and she has recently moved to Canada after many years of teaching in Dubai. Her expertise lies in languages.

Oriana J.

Oriana is an Ontario certified teacher with a bachelor’s degree in English, French and Spanish translation from the University of Ottawa. She began her passion for languages in both Halton and Peel regions studying French immersion and later Spanish. Oriana has studied abroad in Spain, and taught in Costa Rica where she gained experience with an international private school system. She has taught the Ontario curriculum in a variety of capacities for the last eight years. Ranging from grade 2 to grade 12, her in classroom experience speaks to her passion for language acquisition and her familiarity with a variety of subjects.  Oriana is a traveler at heart and a school community advocate for equity and inclusion. She strives to create equitable learning experiences for all and to create the positive conditions for learning to take place.



Melanie’s passion for education stemmed from a very young age. Over the years, she has deepened her skill set as a camp counsellor, a daycare volunteer and a director at Peace by PEACE; a non profit organization that delivers an eleven week conflict resolution curriculum to students across Toronto. A recent graduate, Melanie was hired by the Toronto Catholic District School Board as a French Immersion teacher. Her focus as a teacher has been the primary and junior grades, with most of her teaching experience at the third grade level. These experiences have informed and shaped Melanie’s pedagogical practice and mission to see each of her students reach their utmost potential. When she’s not in the classroom you can find Melanie playing with her bunny, getting active or hanging out with friends.

Ashleigh C.

Hello! My name is Ashleigh and I am an Ontario Certified teacher with the York Region District School Board. I have been teaching permanently for 4 years now in a multitude of grades and subject areas, including: grade 1 and 3 French Immersion, the Core French program for grades 4-6, and, currently, grade 5 homeroom. I am a graduate of Queen’s University in the Concurrent Education program with a major in French Studies and Literacy.

Through my studies, I have gained the qualifications to teach all subjects in the primary/junior divisions, French Immersion, Core French, as well as English, French and Indigenous Studies in intermediate and senior divisions. For the last 8 years, I have worked as tutor to help students improve their confidence, gain a better understanding of material and achieve their goals. As a teacher, I believe it is important to get to know my students strengths, needs and interests to provide personalized lesson plans that are well suited to individual students. I enjoy making learning fun and exciting for students by providing engaging and meaningful work!

My passions include cooking, spending time outside, traveling and walking my dog, Summer!