Joseph-mina L.

Joseph graduated with honours achieving a double major in the department Languages and Literature & Religion and Culture. Joseph has also completed additional qualification courses in mathematics, SSAT prep, and special education. Joseph has dedicated himself to the world of education and recognizes that education should be authentic, contemporary and student centred.


Micah has a combined Bachelor’s in Education and Spanish/French. She teaches in the Spanish Bilingual Program for the Calgary Board of Education. She currently teaches in an Elementary School but has experience in Junior High as well. Micah was a tutor for Spanish University courses and enjoys helping everyone reach their full academic potential.



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!


Joe Schneider is an enthusiastic Ontario Certified Teacher currently working for the York Region District School Board. He grew up in a Spanish and English speaking household in Richmond Hill where he attended French immersion elementary and high school. Joe discovered his love for teaching and working with children while working as a counselor at an overnight summer camp. He spent many summers supporting his campers’ development and encouraging them to fully embrace their youth. Confident in his chosen career path, Joe then moved to Kingston, Ontario to attend Queen’s University for the Concurrent Education program. Through this degree program he gained invaluable experience teaching elementary and highschool aged students. Motivated by his love for reading, Joe focused his studies on teaching History and English at the high school level. Joe’s passion for stories led him to obtain a degree in Film in addition to his bachelor of education. Upon graduation, he was hired to teach Elementary School French for grades 4-8. It was through this experience that Joe rediscovered his love for languages. In his spare time, Joe has traveled through Asia, South America, and Europe. His ability to communicate abroad in English, French and Spanish gave him a deeper appreciation for the rich culture of each place he visited. Joe has continued to teach French for the past 5 years and has loved every moment. His teaching experiences have helped him develop unique teaching strategies to support each of his learners. Joe has experience tutoring French, History, Reading, and Writing for students ranging from grade 4 to University. Joe firmly believes in the importance of building relationships with his students. His love of books, movies, comics, and video games have helped him develop deeper connections to his students and establish a positive learning environment that adds to their overall learning experience. Most importantly, Joe has found all of his teaching experiences to be extremely fulfilling.


Thalice is a passionate and loving individual who has wanted to be a teacher since the age of five. She moved to Canada at the age of eight and learned the English language within six months, It was her experiences that guided her career choices and goals to make learning a fun and inclusive environment. As a tutor, Thalice strives to make every child feel accepted and equal. She is the kind of teacher who has a positive impact on a student’s life and sets them up for great academic success. Thalice is currently attending Mount Royal University in hopes of becoming an outstanding teacher focusing on an elementary level with multiple minors which include, Humanities and Spanish Language and Cultures. Thalice has also taken a number of workshops including, the “Working with parents to promote student success” workshop and “ADHD: What Educators Need to Know.”. Thalice is also fluent in both Spanish and English, with Spanish being her first Language. She believes that teaching plays an important role in society and with the right education children can truly excel and become academically driven students and lifelong learners. Thalice believes that students learn best when they work at their own pace and receive the right amount of guidance, which makes her a great asset when it comes to a child’s academic needs.

Isabella R.

Isabella graduated from York University with a Bachelor of Arts Honours in Political Science in 2020. She currently works part-time at the Toronto International Christian church as a Bible teacher to women of all ages and backgrounds.
Isabella has gained experience teaching under the Honduran Ministry of Education in 2016 where she taught basic subjects matters to grades 1-6 in English, and reading and writing in Spanish at a second grade level to adults ages 18-60 years old. Her motto for teaching: always make it fun! Isabella aims for an interactive and supportive teaching style where she encourages students to set goals for themselves and actively work towards those goals.

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Jorge is a student, tutor, and published author. He is studying Computational Applied Mathematics and Philosophy at the University of Calgary and has extensive experience tutoring, particularly in the maths and sciences.

Jorge strives to understand where each student is at and their unique learning curve. He works with his students to formulate a plan for their studies to help them reach their academic goals.

Courtney N.

Courtney Neufeld has an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in Languages and Literatures from Wilfrid Laurier University and a Bachelor’s degree in Education from Western University. She is qualified to teach Intermediate/Senior French, History, Spanish and Italian, and is very passionate about these subject areas. Courtney has experience with teaching in elementary schools, high schools (both online and in-person) and first-year university tutorials. She is especially passionate about languages, and has experience working with students in Core French and French Immersion programs, and has helped with the creation of a course textbook on introductory French vocab and grammar for a university course. Courtney is an enthusiastic and caring teacher who would do anything for her students. She also loves books and music, and tries to incorporate these interestes wherever possible into her teaching, to enrich her teaching practices to the fullest extent.

Yolanda K.

Yolanda is an energetic Mexican with a lot of experience teaching Spanish, Math and English. Her extraordinary passion for teaching makes her students learn in the best way possible.


Monse Saborio graduated from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto with a Master of Teaching. She also completed a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Cincinnati, a Master of Music from Shenandoah University, and a Bachelor of Music and a Bachelor of English from the University of Costa Rica. With more than 10 years working in the educational field, Monse believes in creating a caring, inspiring, and engaging environment for students to thrive in their academic learning in all subjects. As an Ontario Certified Teacher, Monse is able to connect the Ontario curriculum to tailored lessons that respond to each student’s individual needs. Each session is focused on supporting the student’s individualized needs along with a plan to motivate and engage students. Furthermore, Monse is also a trained musician and she plays and teaches percussion and piano. She also teaches Spanish. In her spare time, Monse enjoys playing music, baking and travelling. Monse is enthusiastic about tutoring and is looking forward to providing support, encouragement, and instilling confidence in all her students.