We pivoted our business earlier this year in order to continue serving parents and students during the pandemic. A lot of our success in this is thanks to our team of tutors who rallied and embraced online learning! We also owe a huge thank you to our clients who supported our transition to an online model. We are proud to be able to continue serving our community.
Recently our story about transitioning to online tutoring was featured in the National Post. Read on here
Online tutoring is something we are still proud to provide through the 2020/2021 school year. Our tutors can help provide a little extra help to students from Kindergarten to Grade 12, making this year a smoother one for children who may be struggling with the changes to the classroom or online learning.
If you are interested in online tutoring for your family, contact us today and we’ll be happy to see how we can assist you!
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