Lee Hyatt has a Bachelor’s degree in Physics from Furman University and is currently working on a Master’s degree in Engineering Education from Purdue University. Lee has 7 years of teaching experience teaching in both boarding school and day school environments. He has taught AP Physics 1, AP Physics 2, College Preparatory Physics, Honors Physics, and College Preparatory Chemistry plus other project based engineering courses. Lee has been tutoring in Physics since his Sophomore year in college and loves to work with students one-on-one. He tries to use as many simulations and metaphors as possible to simplify the conceptual understanding to assist with the understanding of equations. Lee lives in Danbury, CT enjoys Formula 1, running, cycling, and hiking.



Paul has a Masters degree in Engineering and a Teaching diploma. He has taught mathematics, physics and computer programming/robotics from the grade 10 to the third year university levels in both Alberta and British Columbia. His many years of teaching experience combined with his one on one tutoring experience will benefit each of the students he works with as Paul loves to demonstrate the relevance in all he teaches.


 Kevin Wawrzyn believes that knowledge is the greatest gift you can give others. He started tutoring in 2018 and through years of experience, he developed various methods helping students understand even the most complex concepts. Kevin uses technology and graphical methods to explain the laws of Math and Science in the most effective way. To reach an even broader audience, Kevin has recently opened a youtube channel, where he proves that science surrounds us every day and it can be both useful and fun. His academic background in Biomedical Sciences (Ryerson University) makes him specialized in natural sciences as well as math and statistics. In his free time, Kevin plays piano and enjoys biking.

Nisha C.

Nisha has a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Applied Mathematics. She has over 10 yrs experience tutoring and 3 years experience as a Teaching Assistant at the University of Ryerson. Nisha currently works in Finance at TD Bank and gives back to her community regularly by volunteering at non profit organizations such as, Big Brother’s Big Sister’s, Jump Math and Habitat for Humanity.


Paige is a 2nd-year University of Waterloo student studying mathematics. She completed her primary and secondary schooling in French immersion and has a DELF B1 certification.
Paige has significant tutoring experience both in person and online and enjoys seeing the learning progression that her students experience. Paige has always enjoyed teaching others and looks forward to a long career in teaching.

Sadiya R.

Sadiya is an OCT with over 10 years of experience in teaching Mathematics and Science. She has taught internationally as well and in Canada – from grades 7 to grade 12. She completed her Majors in Math and Physics and also holds a Masters degree in Psychology.


Wendy graduated from the University of Calgary with a Bachelors of Education and Natural Sciences. Wendy has had several years of work experience during and after her undergraduate degree with students in all age groups, mainly in the senior level. Wendy currently works with the Calgary Board of Education teaching higher levels of science.
Wendy can provide academic coaching to all students to discover their method of learning as this contributes to Wendy’s teaching philosophy, student centered learning. This is where the students’ learning differences are accounted for while support is provided.

As much as Wendy is passionate of providing support to students, the teacher must also be willing to learn as learning is a dynamic process for both teacher and student.

Outside of academics, Wendy is an avid hiker and enjoys the outdoors whenever possible. If she is not outside, she brings the outside inside by providing a home to many varieties of plants. Wendy describes plants and students in a very similar way where “plants and students will only thrive when provided the best environment and necessary accommodations”.

Josh M.

Josh has been a Math and Science teacher and tutor for nearly a decade in the GTA. He graduated with a BFA from Pennsylvania State University before studying Biophysics at York University. He graduated with a Bachelor of Education from the University of Western Ontario and is currently teaching math, science, and arts production with the TCDSB.

Josh has spent the last several years teaching courses such as MDM4U, MCR3U, MHF4U, MPM2D, SPH3U/4U, and even the new streamlined math curriculum, MTH1W. Josh has extensive experience working with and differentiating instruction for students with exceptionalities, as well as for gifted students. He is a strong believer that any student can achieve their fullest potential with the right guidance.


Hi! My name is Sarah, and I am an educator who specializes in science and math. I completed degrees in Secondary Education (grades 7-12) and Science with a specialization in Science Education from the University of Alberta in 2020. Throughout my schooling, I also gained extensive experience working with children and youth through both volunteer and work positions, and thoroughly enjoy engaging with them! I love supporting students by getting to know them and working with them to learn what tools and strategies are going to best empower them to improve and grow in their studies. I am an avid believer in life-long learning, and am dedicated to learning alongside students to be able to facilitate quality educational experiences that meets their needs and goals.


My name is Thompson Okolu, I am a seasoned teacher with major experience in math and physics. I have over 3 years of teaching experience. I have a degree in education. and engineering. As a technical skill, I have experience with AutoCAD, MicroStation, and PDMS.