Looking At Post-Secondary Options: Part 2 – The Traditional Path

When I first sat down to write a blog about post-secondary options, the blog I had in mind was this very one I’m writing now—the traditional path of going to university or college following high school. My daughter and I attended a Preview Day at a college she was interested in and we have lots to share with you! However, …

Looking At Post-Secondary Options: Part 1 – The Non-Traditional Path

As a Mom of four, it’s been interesting to see where all of the children’s interests and passions lay and how that translates into what they want to be “when they grow up”! My eldest, River, has always been interested in technology, movies and superheroes. He is very personable, and adults have always gravitated towards him. He’s 18 now but, …

Grade 11 & 12 Math Tutors – Why High School Math Tutoring Matters

Math tutoring is a relatively simple concept—a tutor helps your student overcome challenging subject materials, improve self-confidence, and become more resilient learners. It’s a highly beneficial process that builds important soft skills. But do students really need math tutors in grade 11 or 12? At the grade 11 and 12 levels, math becomes optional. Students get a more control over …

5 Great Reasons to Begin Tutoring at The Start of a New Semester

The start of a new semester is exciting! New classes begin, new teachers enter the scene, and students get to take on a brand-new set of subjects. For many kids, it’s a thrilling time of the year, buzzing with anticipation and excitement. But other kids take on a new semester with more caution, anxious and wary of the changes occurring …