Private In-home English and Math Tutors in Toronto and the G.T.A.
Our tutors Also service North York | Scarborough | Etobicoke | Thornhill | Richmond Hill | Markham | Mississauga | Brampton | Maple | Woodbridge | East York | Beaches | Rosedale | Cabbagetown
1 on 1 Home Tutoring!
Tutors Toronto is established by school principals and managed by caring and experienced certified teachers who are ready to listen to you. Tutors Toronto provides individualized 1 on 1 tutoring sessions in the convenience of your own home. This means your child receives the full attention from their tutor. This is very different from your nearby tutoring centres whereby the students are tutored with 3 or more other students. This focused attention in a one-on-one environment empowers and motivates both the student and tutor in a way that is not possible in a tutoring center or classroom.
Since 2004, Tutors Toronto has assisted thousands of students from public and private schools as well as private bodies such as sporting organisations, insurance companies, hospitals, children’s aid societies, and parents who have home-schooled their children.
Tutors Toronto provides tutors for
- English Grades K-12, University and College courses, I.B. A.P.
- Science Grades 1-12, University and College courses, Chemistry, Physics, Biology. I.B., A.P.
- Math Grades 1-12, University and College levels, Calculus, Data Management, Statistics, Functions, I.B. A.P.
- E.S.L. T.E.S.L
- Writing | remedial and enrichment programs
- Reading | remedial and enrichment programs
- Reading comprehension
- Essay Editing for grades 7-12, University and college courses
- transcribing services
- Essay writing and Editing support
We provide tutoring services in the following areas
Toronto | North York | East York | City of York | Scarborough | Etobicoke |
G.T.A | Mississauga | Brampton |Thornhill |Richmond hill |Woodbridge | Markham | Maple |
Out tutors also service the following communities in Toronto | Leaside | Mirvish Village | Greek Town | China Town | Danforth Village | The Beaches | Swansea | High Park | Bloor West Village | Lambton Mills | Caledonia | Cabbagetown | Riverdale | Pape | Old Toronto | Downtown Toronto|
Please note we are a private 1 on 1 tutoring agency.
If you prefer a tutoring centre with group learning please visit Kumon | Sylvan | Oxford | Academy | Math | Reading | English | Science | learning centres.
Did you know?
n 1813, as part of the War of 1812, the Battle of York ended in the town’s capture and plunder by American forces.The surrender of the town was negotiated by John Strachan. American soldiers destroyed much of Fort York and set fire to the parliament buildings during their five-day occupation. The sacking of York was a primary motivation for the Burning of Washington by British troops later in the war. York was incorporated as the City of Toronto on March 6, 1834, reverting to its original native name. The population of only 9,000 included escaped African American slaves.Slavery was banned outright in Upper Canada in 1834. Reformist politician William Lyon Mackenzie became the first Mayor of Toronto and led the unsuccessful Upper Canada Rebellion of 1837 against the British colonial government. The city grew rapidly through the remainder of the 19th century, as a major destination for immigrants to Canada. The first significant population influx occurred when the Great Irish Famine brought a large number of Irish to the city, some of them transient and most of them Catholic. By 1851, the Irish-born population had become the largest single ethnic group in the city. Smaller numbers of Protestant Irish immigrants were welcomed by the existing Scottish and English population, giving the Orange Order significant and long lasting influence over Toronto society.