Tricia R.

Tricia R. has worked with various community organizations designing and incorporating workshops geared toward music/rhythm, conflict resolution skills, creative expression, and language arts. She was a middle school substitute teacher in Elgin School District U-46. She draws upon 20+ years of experience in classroom teaching, as well as facilitating instructional presentations and educational programming with an emphasis on Experiential Education. Tricia holds a degree in Education, and certifications in Library Science, Team-building, Youth Management Techniques, and Music Education. In addition to teaching and stockpiling curriculum, she enjoys photography, painting barn quilts and playing the fiddle.




Anna graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Education, Secondary. While studying she was also a member of the Varsity Pandas Rugby Team. Balancing both playing competitive sport and being in post-secondary taught her many strategies on how to study properly and efficiently. She taught High School Sciences in Edmonton before moving to Calgary and entering into the field of Human Resources which also taps into her love for educating others in a different capacity. In addition to working, Anna enjoys coaching youth rugby.


Isabel C.

EN: Isabel is a literary translator and graduate student in Littérature comparée (Comparative Literature) at l’Université de Montréal. She has an undergraduate degree in Contemporary Philosophy and German Studies, with a minor in French Literature from the University of King’s College and Dalhousie University.

She has worked as a teacher in both high school and elementary schools in English and French classes. As a tutor, Isabel prioritizes helping her students to nurture their creativity, curiosity, sense of determination and organizational skills.

Isabel is passionate about literature, film, history and art. In her spare time, she is learning metal-working.


FR: Isabel est traductrice littéraire et étudiante diplômée en Littérature comparée à l’Université de Montréal. Elle est titulaire d’un diplôme de premier cycle en philosophie contemporaine et en études allemandes, avec une mineure en littérature française de l’Université de King’s College et de l’Université Dalhousie.

Elle a travaillé comme enseignante dans des écoles secondaires et élémentaires, dans des classes d’anglais et de français. En tant que tutrice, Isabel a pour priorité d’aider ses élèves à développer leur créativité, leur curiosité, leur détermination et leur sens de l’organisation.

Isabel est passionnée par la littérature, le cinéma, l’histoire et l’art. Pendant son temps libre, elle apprend à travailler le métal.


Brittany is working towards her Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education, while double minoring in History and Social Studies. She has her Early Childhood Education Level One Certificate and was elected to be the Professional Development Chair of her program’s Student Board for 2023/24. She has experience with ages 4-12 and with teaching styles such as Montessori and Reggio. Brittany also has experience teaching in assorted environments including Preschools, the Calgary Zoo, Hospitals, various Classrooms, and Before/After School Programs. She is especially interested in education that incorporates diversity, accessibility, and equity.

Brittany’s love of learning is deepened through reading, especially books about the history of the Canadian Fur Trade and Arctic Exploration, focusing on Indigenous perspective. She also enjoys outdoor activities or handwork crafts that remind her of her hometown in Northern B.C. As a tutor, she hopes to help students believe in their ability to achieve their goals.


Salvador is an experienced and passionate educator with 9 years of teaching experience. Creating an inclusive and positive learning environment is a key factor in his teaching philosophy. He believes in not only empowering student ability but also nurturing critical thinking, creativity, and empathy in students.
Salvador holds a Master’s in Education from Long Island University and consistently pursues professional development opportunities to stay updated with cutting-edge teaching techniques and technology integration.
Beyond the classroom, Salvador is an avid community service volunteer, which enables him to connect with students and communities on a personal level. With every  academic year that comes, Salvador is always eager to inspire young minds and support them in becoming confident, lifelong learners.


Erin graduated from a thesis-based Masters program in Physical Activity Sciences at Université de Montréal, with a specialization in Sport Psychology. She is bilingual and completed the majority of this degree in French. Previously, Erin attended StFX University, where she completed a Bachelor of Arts in Human Kinetics in the Pre-education stream, with a minor in French and a pair in Fine Arts. She is highly knowledgeable in the French language and in the areas of academic and scientific writing. Her primary teachables include French, English, Health, Science, and Art. Outside of school, Erin is a competitive track and field pentathlete and heptathlete, with a diverse athletic background in soccer and hockey which she competed in for over 15 years.
Erin has experience working with children of all ages as a track and field coach, gymnastics coach, lifeguard and swim instructor, and Fit 4 Life Student Leader.


David has been teaching for the past eight years and has privately tutored in the past. He currently teaches Social Studies courses at Westhill High School in Stamford. Prior to working at Westhill High School, David also worked in the Westport school district at Staples High School in an Academic Support position, and at Bedford Middle School teaching 8th grade U.S. History. He is certified in Social Studies grades 7-12. David received his Undergraduate degree from the University of Rhode Island and is in the process of completing his Master’s degree from Fairfield University in American Studies.
He teaches students in Advanced Placement courses, and students in honors and college prep levels. David also has experience working with students with 504’s and IEP’s. With his prior experience as an Academic Support Teacher, David has worked with students in smaller settings focusing on writing workshops and executive functioning skills. Using these past experiences, he caters his everyday teaching helping students become better writers and overall better students.
David is able to assist Middle and High school students with their history, English, and executive functioning needs, along with college admission essays and overall writing strategies.
David was born just outside of Philadelphia and raised in West Chester, Pennsylvania. He currently resides in Milford, Connecticut with his wife and son.


Colin has his elementary education degree from St. Mary’s university in Calgary. Colin has experience in a variety of settings and with a variety of ages including coaching junior high badminton at the City Champ level. Additionally, Colin has spent two years working as an education assistant for children with ASD. Colin has years of experience in the classroom and has a passion for strong teacher student relationships



Frohar is a certified teacher in Alberta and in British Columbia. She has obtained her bachelors in English from the University of Calgary, her bachelor’s in education from the University of British Columbia, and her Master’s in Education from the University of Ottawa.

Frohar has over 5 years of experience in tutoring. She enjoys tutoring because she loves to see the improvement and growth in her students. Frohar believes in catering her lesson plans to the different needs of different students for optimal results. This includes keeping in consideration different learning styles as well as teaching in multimodal methods so that the lessons are not monotonous.

When she is not teaching or tutoring, Frohar enjoys her time with her friends and family going on hikes or playing other sports.


Luke is a certified teacher who has over 10 years of teaching and tutoring experience. He specializes in both elementary and secondary English and through his years of teaching is able to support students in a variety of subjects. Luke has taught Business, Civics, History, Geography, and General Social Studies. He is also proficient in supporting English language learners and students with special education needs. Luke is a patient and encouraging educator with superb curriculum knowledge.