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Toronto Tutoring Services
Teachers on Call provides in-person and online private tutoring in Toronto, Ontario for elementary and high school students in all subjects and grades from kindergarten to grade 12.
Teachers on Call Tutoring in Toronto
Teachers on Call services have been highly recommended by teachers and other educational professionals since our beginnings over 35 years ago. If you live in Toronto and need a tutor, we are happy to help!
Our dedicated tutor team is qualified and knowledgeable in subject specific support, including English, Math, Science, and French. They can also help students learn academic strategies, improve organization and time management skills, and increase their self confidence.
Find out why we're a cut above the rest. Our tutors are current with the Ontario curriculum and Ministry guidelines, and have supported hard-working students and families for decades.
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Get in touch with us today to learn more about how our tutors in Toronto can help support your student's academic journey.
Consider our online tutoring service for your family's unique needs. Our online tutoring is of the same high quality as we offer face to face, and it adheres to the same approaches as those we provide to students in-person.
With the convenient meeting software available these days, you'll find online tutoring a great option. It allows students to access educational support and resources from their computer or electronic device, meaning tutors and students across the province can meet and collaborate virtually from almost anywhere.
Special Education Tutoring
Our tutoring benefits students with special needs. Teachers on Call tutors can help them become independent learners, and increasing their organization and time management skills.
Has your student has been identified with learning disabilities? They may benefit by working with competent, caring and patient tutors who understand the concept of unique learning styles. Meet the tutors who serve in the Toronto area, and find out how they can help!
Our tutors will help students master the foundational skills required for homework, teaching the critical thinking, problem solving and analytical skills students need to excel. But in addition to subject support, Teachers on Call can assist your child with learning skills like effective note-taking, study habits and test-taking strategies.
English & Language Arts
Even native speakers often struggle with this subject. English tutors can help your student with reading, writing, spelling, punctuation, and grammar skills. Reading comprehension, effective study skills and note-taking techniques are other areas our tutors can assist with.
Science often involves a lot of math as well as other concepts. Our science tutors are able to help with general science, biology, chemistry and physics. Teachers on Call offers a customized approach to science education, informed by the student's unique learning needs.
Supporting Toronto Schools
Our tutors are proud to work with students from all schools and school boards across the Toronto area.
Toronto District School Board
- Annette Street Junior and Senior Public School - 265 Annette St, Toronto, ON M6P 1R3
- Brock Public School - 93 Margueretta St, Toronto, ON M6H 3S4
- City School - 635 Queens Quay W, Toronto, ON M5V 3G3
- Jarvis Collegiate Institute - 495 Jarvis St, Toronto, ON M4Y 2G8
- Inglenook Community School - 19 Sackville St, Toronto, ON M5A 3E1
- Northern Secondary School - 851 Mt Pleasant Rd, Toronto, ON M4P 2L5
Toronto Catholic District School Board
- St. Margaret Catholic School - 85 Carmichael Avenue Toronto, ON M5M 2X1
- St. Luigi Catholic School - 2 Ruskin Ave, Toronto, ON M6P 3P8
- St. Anthony Catholic School - 130 Shanly St, Toronto, ON M6H 1L9
- St. Brigid Catholic School - 50 Woodmount Ave, Toronto, ON M4C 3X9
- St. Benedict Catholic School - 2202 Kipling Ave, Toronto, ON M9W 4K9
Tutoring Resources For Toronto Students
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