Teachers on Call has over 35 years experience tutoring students at many of the top independent / private schools in Toronto. Our tutors are capable of supporting students several grade levels above the Ontario school curriculum including with AP and IB courses.
Here are several of the private schools where our tutors support students in Toronto:
Bishop Strachan School: Bishop Strachan School (BSS) is Canada’s oldest continuously operating independent day and boarding school for girls. It was originally founded in 1867 and is known for its commitment to preparing young women to be leaders. The school blends the contemporary and traditional; you’ll find history in the iconic 100-year-old building, and modernity in the brand new multi-million dollar STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) complex.
Branksome Hall: Branksome offers an International Baccalaureate (IB) Program and the best of Toronto learning. At this independent girls school, over 900 students have access to STEM-related fields and stimulating arts courses, instruction tailored to girls, and an award-winning athletics and wellness centre.
Crescent School: Offers an independent all-boys program in North Toronto. This internationally recognized school offers boys the chance to receive a unique education with a focus on character development. At Crescent, your son will connect with prominent leaders and change-makers and become a part of a lifelong alumni brotherhood.
Greenwood College School: Greenwood is an independent co-ed school for Grades 7-12 in Toronto, Canada. They challenge and inspire students to venture further every day.
Havergal College: Havergal College is an independent boarding and day school for girls from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The school was established in 1894 and named for Frances Ridley Havergal, a composer, author, and humanitarian.
Royal St. George's College: Royal St. George's College is Toronto's leading boys' private day school for grades 3-12, located in the Annex Neighborhood of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
St. Clement's School: St. Clement’s School is an independent day school for girls. They are recognized for our long-standing commitment to academic rigour and excellence within a close-knit, nurturing community. At SCS, you will find our unique small-school advantage: with 460 girls in Grades 1 through 12 learning together under one roof, every girl is known and valued.
The York School: The York School offers a challenging and progressive independent school experience. Located on Yonge Street in the heart of midtown Toronto, our two campuses feature inspiring, flexible learning spaces and close proximity to the landmarks and institutions within Toronto.
University of Toronto Schools: Founded in 1910, University of Toronto Schools is proudly affiliated with U of T and offers a transformative education to high-achieving students in Grades 7 to 12. UTS graduates take initiative and innovate as socially-responsible global citizens. Through a financially-accessible merit-based admissions process, UTS proactively identifies and works with underrepresented schools and neighbourhoods. It continues to be a destination school, drawing students from different socio-economic backgrounds and cultures.
Upper Canada College: One of North America’s foremost boys’ schools—and an International Baccalaureate World School. Although students are based at an urban centre, they will have the opportunity to engage in wilderness learning at the 430-acre Norval Outdoor Education Centre, part of the school’s core offerings since 1939.
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