Jason F, Head Tutor
Math, Chemistry, Physics
Jason went to Sir Winston Churchill Secondary where he excelled in mathematics, physics, and chemistry. It was there that Jason developed his passion for tutoring by helping his fellow classmates in their studies.
He continued his education at the University of British Columbia, graduating with a Bachelor of Commerce in Finance.
Jason has over ten years teaching experience and is dedicated to helping his students achieve their academic goals.
In his free time Jason enjoys practicing Brazilian jiu jitsu and playing golf.
James holds a Bachelor of Science with a major in materials chemistry and minor in commerce from UBC. He recently completed his Masters of Science in Surface Chemistry from SFU and is now teaching at Douglas College, SFU and Fraser international College.
In his spare time James runs outreach workshops at SFU to engage K-12 students in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics).
As an avid reader and writer since an early age, Celina’s passion for the English language led her to pursue teaching as a means of helping others reach their full potential. She has spent 5 years tutoring and teaching English to youth of all ages, and looks to encourage all students to embrace reading and writing as tools for effective expression and communication.
Celina is a graduate from Simon Fraser University, with a Bachelor of Arts in English and World Literature, as well as a Certificate in Creative Writing. She is currently attending the Teacher Education Program at UBC.
Toby has taught English to hundreds of students in three different continents. He worked as a private tutor in Ecuador, ran English summer camps in Beijing, and helped students with SAT preparation in Shanghai. Having returned to his hometown of Vancouver, he now helps high school students with homework and test preparation.
Toby has a degree in creative writing and published a book in 2018. In his free time he enjoys acting, debating, rock climbing, and Jiu Jitsu. He is currently attending Simon Fraser University for psychology.