Adil has a bachelor’s degree in Financial Economics from McGill University. Since completing his degree, he has gone on to manage marketing and financial planning divisions at a number of well known institutions in the US and Canada.


Anna has been passionate about the French language since she first started her studies as a French Immersion student. Over the course of her career, she has taught FSL to Primary and Junior levels, and has been a valuable faculty member at the Bishop Strachan School since 2000, where she currently teaches JK – Grade 4 Core French. Anna also enjoys connecting with her students by coaching Athletics, such as Cross Country, and is an Advisory lead as well to support the social emotional well-being of her students.


Aishwarya is a Master’s in Education holder with a passion for teaching and a drive to make a positive impact on her students. She received her Bachelor of Education from Osmania University, India and completed her teaching internship in Mathematics and Physical Sciences. She was the college topper during Graduation. After graduation, Aishwarya was offered a teaching position for Grade-6 to Grade-10, and eagerly accepted. Later, she pursued Master’s in education from the very same University and scored first class distinction.

Aishwarya has extensive tutoring experience and prides herself on creating personalized and engaging one-on-one lessons that cater to each student’s individual needs and interests. She strongly believes in fostering a curious and confident mindset in her students. She indulges in her artistic side through painting, writing poetry, and exploring and keeping up with the latest fashion trends. She loves to travel and immerse herself in new cultures and finds great joy in guiding her students to reach their full potential.

She strongly believes that learning should be a fun and interactive experience and goes the extra mile to make her students feel comfortable and engaged. With her expertise and personable approach, Aishwarya inspires students to reach their full potential and develop a love for learning.


Elise Desbordes is a Master’s student in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Toronto, who has traveled far and wide to pursue her passion for sciences. Growing up in a quaint French village and surviving the demanding engineering studies in Paris, she brings a unique perspective to her tutoring efforts. With three years of experience helping high school and undergraduate students in sciences, she is driven by her love for teaching and the art of turning confusion into clarity and stress into success. Elise’s infectious enthusiasm and caring personality create a positive learning environment and inspire her students to build confidence in their unique abilities. She is committed to making learning fun and fulfilling to help her students achieve their full potential and succeed both academically and personally. In her spare time, Elise likes to engage with new people and enjoys playing rugby or any other outdoor sports with her friends.


Augustus is a first year Master of Teaching student at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. Augustus’ teachables as a Master of Teaching student are Mathematics and Geography. Augustus has a Honours Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Toronto, where he has a double major in Astronomy and Geography, he also has a minor in Mathematics. Augustus has an international background growing up in Hong Kong and graduated the international baccalaureate program with higher level Physics, Chemistry, Geography and Chinese B. As a Master of Teaching student, Augustus has experience being a classroom teacher, where he taught grade 11 college math. He has also tutored in both Canada and Hong Kong, his most recent experience being a volunteer instructor at Study Circle for Grade 1 to 6 students. He has also worked as a private tutor for students ranging from Grade 1 to 13.


Stephanie graduated from the University of Toronto with a Master of Arts in Child Study & Education in the primary/junior grade levels. During her time at OISE, she completed three practicum placements, which were in SK at the Dr. Eric Jackman Institute Child Study, grade 3/4 in the TDSB, and her teaching internship / extended practicum was grade 1 in the TDSB. Prior to entering her master’s at University of Toronto, Stephanie was an educational assistant that supported students in KG- grade 8 with academics, social skills, vocational skills, and social emotional learning. Through the combination of her employment opportunities and the unique position of the master’s degree, Stephanie has developed an in-depth understanding on teaching children Ontario curriculum using a child-centred approach that is best suited to each child’s needs. Stephanie truly believes that all children learn best when they feel safe, welcome, and secure, and it is her teaching mission to ensure all students she interacts with feel welcomed and include by developing strong relationships and creating a fun environment. In her spare time, Stephanie enjoys camping, kayaking, yoga, and other exercise activities that promote a healthy lifestyle for her well-being.


Rana graduated with a Bachelor of Science (honors), majoring in theoretical physics and with minors in mathematics and statistics. In addition, Rana holds a Bachelor in applied Biotechnology with distinction with concentration in biochemistry, cell biology, molecular biology, microbiology, genetic engineering, biophysics, organic and inorganic chemistry, bioinformatics and biostatistics among others.

Rana has tutored for many years across science subjects at school and university level, including teaching English as a second language. His teaching approach focuses on an intuition-based foundation building suited to the individual learning style and level of the student. With this approach, students come on board as teammates in a supportive and stress-free learning environment.

Apart from speaking fluently and tutoring students in both English and French, he has fluency in Bengali, Hindi and Urdu as well as reading comprehension in Spanish, Arabic, Persian and Italian. He also has an excellent mastery of history in general and the history of science in particular. Rana resides in Ottawa where he has lived for over 20 years, enjoying biking in the summer and skating in the winter.


Kameisha Edwards is an Ontario certified teacher with three years of experience working with the Toronto District School Board. She has previously worked as a Behaviour Therapist with 5 years of hands on experience in Intensive Behavioural Intervention (IBI). Kameisha is proficient in working with children diagnosed with developmental and intellectual disabilities. She possesses additional qualifications in teaching English language learners and special education. She have effectively been implementing culturally responsive pedagogy, inquiry based learning and individualized learning plans to meet children’s needs throughout the years. Kameisha is compassionate, well organized and patient with excellent communication, interpersonal and social skills along with strong determination of providing the highest quality of services to all students in order for them to discover their unique potential. Kameisha has completed her studies in Primary/Junior Education at Cardiff Metropolitan University and looking forward to becoming your child’s tutor.


Vanessa graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Science studying Cell Biology and Immunology. She is currently a Master of Science student at the University of Toronto as a developmental biology researcher studying cancer. She is a Teacher’s Assistant and runs labs of undergraduate-level courses. Vanessa grew up between Kuwait and Lebanon, and moved to Toronto to pursue her science career at UofT. During this time, as well as fostering a keen interest in research, she was also began to be interested in teaching science. Vanessa started by informally tutoring high school students as well. She also has formal one-on-one tutoring experience, teaching high school and university-level biology and chemistry, including IB biology and chemistry programs. Vanessa believes that each student learns differently, and understanding how they learn is vital, She emphasizes implementing accountability and self-discipline through a mentor-mentee relationship rather than the traditional teacher-student relationship. In her spare time, Vanessa enjoys reading science fiction and physical activity, particularly training in self-defense and MMA.


Jackson is an Ontario Certified Teacher who currently teaches within the TDSB. Jackson recently obtained his Master of Teaching Degree from OISE, University of Toronto, with Straight A’s! Before this, he obtained a combined honors Bachelor’s Degree from Dalhousie University in Theatre (Acting) & Environment, Sustainability & Society, with a minor in Chinese Studies. Why Chinese? Because he was born and raised until age 15 in Hong Kong, and it’s a beautiful language! Why Nova Scotia for undergrad? Because he attended High School in his family’s native Newfoundland, it was the perfect distance away, and it had this cool brand-new Sustainability Program. Why choose him as your tutor? Because he is very personable, fun, and loves to help you learn, grow, and find new ways to achieve success. You can learn more about his professional, outdoor and theatrical pursuits here: