Pierre holds his Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering from Concordia University, and his DEC in Pure and Applied Science from Vanier College. He holds his High School degree from Ecole Secondaire Emile Legault.
Pierre was a peer tutor at Vanier, and a private tutor for many years. His specialties include: math (grades 1-CEGEP), physics & chemistry, and French. He has worked as a Summer Camp Coordinator for Enfants et Compagnie. He also worked as an Elementary Science Lecturer at the Organisation Montreal Science and holds his Laureate in Robotics.
His infectious personality and supportive attitude create the perfect learning environment.
George graduated from Bassel High School for Outstanding Students in Aleppo. He studied Health Sciences at Dawson College, where he was on the Honour List for three consecutive semesters. He also tutored in the peer program.
Currently, George tutors Calculus 1, Calculus 2, General Chemistry, Biology 1, Biology 2, Mechanics, and Waves, SATs and ACTs, and the Grade 10 math and science ministry exams.
George also embarked on a fulfilling trip to Nicaragua where he diligently worked alongside doctors in numerous fields to take care of local children and adults. He returned rich with compassion and an appetite for challenge.
George loves to share his passion for math and sciences with his students and believes that the key to being successful is self-confidence.
George is an avid reader, loves to watch soccer, and plays music. His students love him for his sense of humour combined with his deep understanding of the material.
He Currently studies Cell Anatomy and Biology at McGill University
Fares graduated from Bassel High School for Outstanding Students in Aleppo. He currently studies Dentistry at McGill University. He finished his DEC at Dawson during which time he’s been on the honors list for every semester.
He tutors Calculus 1, Calculus 2, General Chemistry, Biology 1, Biology 2, Mechanics, and Waves as a peer tutor at Dawson. He is also a part of the SHS “Students Help Students” team.
Fares also works as a volunteer in at both Saint-Mary’s and Mount Sinai, where he takes care of elderly people and supports the staff.
He loves to share his passion for the sciences with his students: he believes that the most important thing to teach is confidence so that the student will be able to navigate the difficult concepts on his/her own. He is personable, patient and funny.