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What schools do your students attend?

We welcome students from all schools! Students come to us from Toronto, Scarborough, North York, Etobicoke, Pickering, Whitby, Richmond Hill, and Thornhill. Here's a list of schools we're already familiar with:

(IB) represents schools that offer the IB Diploma.
(AP) represents schools that offer AP courses.


Our tutors have worked with students of various grades and levels at . . .

Public Schools
Alexander MacKenzi High School (AP)
A.Y. Jackson Secondary School (AP)
Bayview Secondary School (IB) (AP)
Don Mills Collegiate
Dunbarton High School
Earl Haig Secondary School
Etienne Brulé Junior School
Etobicoke School of the Arts
Georges Vanier Secondary School
Independent Learning Centre
Loretto Abbey Catholic Secondary School
Michael Power St. Josepjh (IB)
Monarch Park Collegiate (IB)
North Toronto Collegiate Institute
Northern Secondary School
Sir John A. Macdonald Collegiate Institute
Sir Oliver Mowat Collegiate Institute
Sir Robert Catholic School (IB)
Sir Wilfrid Laurier Collegiate Institute (IB)
St. Andrew's Junior High School
Victoria Park Secondary School (IB)
Windfields Junior High School
York Mills Collegiate Institute

Private Schools
Bayview Glen (AP)
The Bishop Strachan School (AP)
Branksome Hall (IB)(AP)
Blyth Academy (AP)
City Academy
Crescent School
Crestwood Preparatory School
La Citadelle International Academy of Arts and Science
The Community Hebrew Academy of Toronto
The Giles School
Greenwood College School
Havergal College (AP)
Junior Academy
MPA (Metro Prep) - Metropolitan Preparatory Academy
St. Michael's College School
National Ballet School of Canada
PACE - Academy for Gifted Children
SOLA - School of Liberal Arts
Toronto French School (IB)
University of Toronto Schools
Upper Canada College (IB)
The York School (IB)

Universities and Colleges
University of Guelph
McGill University
McMaster University
University of Toronto
University of Waterloo
University of Western Ontario
University of Windsor
York University including Glendon College
Seneca College