Seyed is an experienced and certified chemistry and mathematics/calculus teacher with over 15 years of teaching experience. With a PhD in chemistry, he has a deep understanding of the subject matter and is able to effectively communicate complex concepts to students of all levels.


Mariah graduated in April of 2021 from York University with a Bachelor of Health Studies. She is currently a teacher candidate at York University and graduates June 2023. Mariah has worked with students of all ages in academic and extracurricular environments. She is very experienced working with students who have exceptionalities and loves the one/one experience with them. She adapts her teaching style and methodology for each of her students so they can learn in a supportive environment. Mariah can tutor all subjects for Grades 1-8 and English, Science, Grades 9 & 10. Mariah’s goal is to ensure each student feels valued and supported throughout their educational journey.


Selina is a Teacher candidate working towards her Ontario teaching certificate. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Honours Psychology with a specialization in research at Sir Wilfrid Laurier University and is currently completing her Bachelor of Education with a focus on the primary and junior divisions at Lakehead University.

In addition to her passion for education, Selina is an active individual who prioritizes fitness in her daily routine She enjoys sports, weightlifting, running, yoga, and hiking. She believes that keeping active is essential for maintaining a positive mindset and energized. She’s also a strong advocate of creativity and the arts, finding balance and grounding in her life through artistic pursuits such as painting, drawing, and writing. She practices meditation and yoga to support her mental and emotional well-being, helping her stay calm, focused, and present in all aspects of her life.

As an educator, Selina is passionate about creating a positive learning environment that fosters open communication and meaningful connections with her students, their families, and the community. She understands that every child has unique learning styles and abilities and, therefore, adopts a range of instructional strategies to meet each student where they are and support their individual needs. Selina is attentive to her students’ progress and provides constructive feedback to encourage a growth mindset. As a lifelong learner, she’s committed to keeping herself informed of new research in education, teaching methods and strategies, and other areas of interest. She believes that staying curious keeps the mind active and engaged and is constantly searching for new challenges and opportunities to grow. Selina hopes to inspire her students to become lifelong learners themselves encouraging them to take ownership of their learning journey.

Overall, Selina takes a student-centered approach focusing the development of strong relationships and creating a positive and inclusive learning environment. She is excited to share her knowledge and passion for teaching with her students and their families and looks forward to helping each child reach their full potential.


In 2019, Olivia graduated from Dalhousie University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and History. In 2021, she completed her Bachelor of Education degree from Queen’s University with Intermediate/Senior qualifications, as well as a concentration in Exceptional Learners. She is looking forward to be working as an Occasional Teacher for the Toronto Catholic District School Board, come September.

She has considerable experience working with ELL students, and intends on taking Additional Qualification courses in Teaching English Language Learners, as well as Special Education and Primary/Junior courses in the near future. She has taught for both the Catholic and Public School Boards across the GTA, as well as virtual school settings. Her goal as an educator is to lead with compassion, tailoring instructional strategies to suit the individual needs and learning styles of her students. Olivia genuinely loves to learn, and hopes her enthusiasm will inspire her students to succeed. She values the unique perspective that every student brings to the lesson, and strives to create a positive rapport with every session. When Olivia is not teaching, you can find her playing the piano, finding her zen doing yoga, or spending quality time with family & friends!


Cody Tupper is a certified teacher from British Columbia. He obtained a degree in Biology and a degree in Education from Vancouver Island University. In his younger years, he spent his summers participating in camps for children in remote communities on the BC coast, where he developed a passion for working with children. Since then, has studied tropical ecology in Belize, and worked as a science and math teacher in China. For the past five years he has taught physics, biology, environmental science, as well as general math and science at a small private boarding school near Shanghai China. He specializes in intermediate and senior science and math. He enjoys nurturing a sense of curiosity in the students he works with to help them reach their full potential.


Cristina is an Ontario Certified Teacher. She grew up in Aurora, Ontario, and moved to Waterloo to complete an Undergraduate Degree from Wilfrid Laurier University majoring in Psychology and minoring in History. Cristina discovered a passion for teaching and working with children through volunteering with different organizations so went on to complete a Bachelor of Education from Nipissing University. Through teaching, she has been able to foster her love of Math and Literacy. Cristina creates engaging lesson plans that strengthen existing skills and cater specifically to the individual needs of her students. She believes that by building a strong connection with her students it will assist her to better meet their needs and learning goals. She finds these mentoring and learning experiences enjoyable and extremely rewarding. Cristina grew up with a deep love of travelling and mountaineering and has completed a 180 kilometres trek across the Dolomites mountains in Italy.


Amanda is currently doing her Masters in Environmental Studies at York University. Her research looks at integrating more environmental education into mainstream schooling. She believes that this will allow students to learn nature-based coping strategies and for students to be able to practice mindfulness in the classroom.

She has a passion for teaching math and understands that it can be a struggle for some students. She tries to make the lessons as engaging and relatable as possible so students are able to make personal connections with the material. Amanda’s passion for teaching grew as she became more familiar with environmental education and the importance of building a positive relationship with nature. Her ultimate goal is to create a learning environment where her students feel like it’s okay to make mistakes and ask questions.


In 2014, Johnathan completed his Bachelors of Science (Honours) Kinesiology degree from McMaster University. Johnathan then went on to York University to earn his Bachelor of Education specializing in Intermediate/Senior Health and Physical Education and Geography. Since graduating he has completed additional qualifications in Intermediate Mathematics.

Johnathan’s view on education stems from the belief that every student can and will be successful. Along with his qualifications in math, geography, and physical education Johnathan also has a rich Science background focusing in Biology, Physiology and Human Kinetics.

Outside of teaching, Johnathan is a huge fan of athletics. He is still currently active in recreational soccer and basketball leagues and loves watching many sports ranging anywhere from the NFL to the English Premier League.


Connor Gonsalves is an Ontario certified teacher. He grew up in Aurora, Ontario, before completing his undergraduate degree in Biomedical Mechanical Engineering at the University of Ottawa. In Ottawa, Connor discovered a passion for education while teaching friends concepts from engineering courses. He made the switch to education and has not regretted it once. Through teaching, he has had the exciting experience of sharing a love of math and science with his students. Connor is active in the hockey community by reffing in Aurora and convening a men’s hockey league in Newmarket during the summer. He is finishing his Bachelor of Education at Ontario Tech University and will graduate in December. Post-graduating, he plans to supply in YRDSB or DDSB and then teach abroad for September. Connor believes that the most effective way to teach math and science is by connecting information to what students already know to help them understand the content. Connor is very passionate about his plants, anime, Star Wars, and going to the gym. He will definitely try and connect lessons to one of those topics at least once, be prepared!


Alex has a Bachelors degree in Mechatronics Engineering from Ontario Tech University. He has tutored extensively for the past few years and his tutoring experience is in Mathematics, Physics & STEM – at secondary & post secondary level. Alex encourages his students to achieve their full potential and reach their academic goals – he is passionate about math & science and an engaging tutor.
He is currently working as an engineer in the space industry where he has hands on experience with computer, electrical & mechanical engineering research, design & development and test engineering. Alex is proficient in computer programming and STEM subjects. He also loves coding and teaching beginner coding. In his free time, Alex likes to hike and relaxes by solving complex jigsaw puzzles.