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Queen Elizabeth Academy is a premier education facility providing high-quality academics for our students. We focus on building a sound foundation for our students preparing for successful entry to top universities.

Over the past 9 years, we worked with thousands of students, many of whom were admitted to top universities: Waterloo, Queen’s, Western, Laurier, and McGill, with scholarships from $2,000 to $23,000.

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Teaches:  English grade 5 to 12

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Teaches:  Calculus, Advanced Functions, Physics

PhD Candidate, University of Toronto

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Teaches:  Advanced Functions

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1. Small Class Sizes

To maintain the quality of our lessons, class size is limited to a max of 9 students, giving students the opportunity to ask questions throughout an on-going lecture.

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Our focus is to build step by step on the students’ understanding of the materials. We turn complex concepts into simpler steps for our students to absorb and understand.

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We structure a work period in each of our lessons that our teachers walk around and help each student one by one. In our online live class, each student will get a ‘slice’ of time, where our teacher will enter their virtual room, to work with them one by one. This will help clarify any misunderstanding immediately.

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Senior credit courses:
Calculus, advanced functions, chemistry 11 and 12, physics 11 and 12, biology 11 and 12
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Math 9 and 10. English 9 and 10. Science 9 and 10. French 9 and 10.
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Stay on top

Since Summer credit course runs rather quickly, it is important to organize your time well, so that you don't fall behind In Summer credit course, you will expect to have a test every 3 days. There is no gap between the last day of class and the exam. Therefore, it is imperative for you to stay on top daily.

Organize your time

Dedicate 1 to 1.5 hour each day after class, to review your notes. This will help you to stay on top. In addition, practice as if you will get a test tomorrow on the new materials. Do your reading (if you are taking English) ahead of time, such as Shakespeare or the novel.

Maximize your learning during class

It is important to listen attentively, take notes, so that you will learn most of the materials in class. Since Summer credit course runs quickly and your duration of the day is 5 hours. It is important to utilize that time effectively. Try to understand the concepts in class, do practice and ask questions.

Preparing for tests

Keeping on top is important, so that you are always ready for tests. Practice daily. On the day before the test, you need to review your own study notes / notes taken in class, and practice a variety of questions Label questions under type1 type 2, type 3 etc., and this will help you organize your knowledge and avoid getting confused. On concepts, try write out the oncepts in your own words, and this will facilitate your undrstanding of the materials.

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Summer credit course FAQ

What course should I take in Summer credit course?

English 11 and 12 are the most popular summer school credits. These two courses are heavily loaded. By completing these courses in Summer credit course, you can lighten your workload significantly in the school year, allowing you to focus on the math, science and other critical courses for university application

Advanced Functions, Physics and Chemistry are also viable choice. if you want to focus on one single subject and optimize the performance, these important credits are good options.

Do universities discount students taking summer credits?

Not from our experience or any QE students. We have been running summer credits for 9 years and our students have successfully entered Waterloo engineering, Queen's Commerce, McMaster life science, Western Ivey AEO, Wilfrid Laurier BBA and other top schools.

Will I do better in Summer credit course?

To achieve good grades, hard work pays off. You need to work hard regardless of when you are taking the course, summer or regular school year. The key benefit of taking courses in the summer, is that you can focus on one subject only. From our experience, our students achieve higher in the summer. The other reason is that you are not under as much stress, and in a more peaceful mindset, students can perform better.

Why should I take Summer credit course?

The most popular reason is to fast track. A lot of our students fast track and get the credit done ahead of time. The other reason is to catch up. Students who did not perform well during the school year may consider taking a Summer credit course / retake the course to strengthen the foundation and offer them a fresh start in the fall. You may also consider taking academic math (11) or advanced functions in the summer, if you have completed the mixed math program during the school year. In this year, you are caught up and can have a great fresh start in the fall.

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ENG4U English 12
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Overview

ENG4U / English 12 is one of the most important courses in grade 12 for university admission

ENG4U English 12 - Course Description

This course emphasizes the consolidation of the literacy, communication, and critical and creative thinking skills necessary for success in academic and daily life. Students will analyse a range of challenging literary texts from various periods, countries, and cultures; interpret and evaluate informational and graphic texts; and create oral, written, and media texts in a variety of forms. An important focus will be on using academic language coherently and confidently, selecting the reading strategies best suited to particular texts and particular purposes for reading, and developing greater control in writing. The course is intended to prepare students for university, college, or the workplace.

What is taking ENG4U English 12 like?

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This grade 12 English course is intended to prepare students for university level English, and is intended to foster critical thinking, and higher-level literacy, especially upon the coherent and confident use of formal academic language, and the development of reading strategies for a broad array of texts. The course is broken into four skill segments.

Oral Communication: This strand of the curriculum focuses on the student’s ability to communicate through spoken language, for example in a presentation to the class, or more generally in the way they answer questions asked of them in spoken English. It also includes the comprehension component of oral communication, that is to say the ability of students to understand and comprehend spoken English. These are extremely important and valuable skills that come in handy in day-to-day life.

Reading and Literature Studies: This segment of the curriculum evaluates a student’s ability to read English literature and to comprehend and analyze it. Shakespeare will be taught in this segment, as well as poetry and short stories. The goal is to leave with a capacity to read independently, critically, and with keen understanding of the text, as well as to be in contact with works of genuine cultural and literary importance.

Writing: the goal of this segment is to produce confident and effective writers who can organize their thoughts clearly, while producing strong and grammatically correct sentences. Beyond that the course will also focus on various forms of writing including the essay, which is central to higher level coursework in English and other disciplines. Students will be exposed to a variety of forms of writing, and given the opportunity to develop strong writing skills.

Media Studies: This segment focuses on analyzing and interpreting media texts, including graphics, sounds, and images. The influence of mass media and popular culture is explored and discussed critically. Students are given the tools to make sure they can be aware of the messages floating around mass media and online culture in an academic and critical capacity, as well as the capability to create their own contributions to that culture.

Tips to succeed in ENG4U English 12

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Oral communication is often a strong point for students compared to reading, however some students may have difficulty with it. There is nothing to be worried about, the key to success here is just to be familiar with the English language in general, to avoid slang usage, to speak in complete and grammatically correct sentences, and to demonstrate a wide vocabulary. For more formal assignments, if you are a stronger writer than speaker, try to write out your work before practicing your presentation out loud. Be aware also of how you pronounce words, and the tone of your voice. Avoid mumbling and speak clearly and comfortably. Many students feel embarrassed to speak in front of the class, but remember that everyone is in the same boat and has the same assignment.

Reading and literature studies often presents the greatest challenge as it is less familiar and more advanced by the twelfth grade than in previous years. High level texts like Hamlet can present unique challenges to students based on the older style of writing and syntax, and it can be difficult to move from simply understanding the plot to understanding analysis and critical study of the text. Break it down into parts and be aware of the components of literature. Write down what the themes are, or the themes that you notice in the text. Keep track of the characters and how they behave in the text. What is significant about what is happening? If you struggle with the text itself, try reading it out loud, Shakespeare was performed live after all, and still is. Try finding a version of a Shakespeare performance to see how all the stage directions are incorporated. Also, try to find something you like about each text you read. While it can be a chore to read these books, they are also classics for a reason. Always ask questions about what you are reading, and always keep notes so you are not scrambling to redo everything at the last minute.

Writing is a chance to embrace your creativity, so take the chance and do your best. For creative writing, choose topics that you care about or that interest you. For more formal, academic writing, choose topics that you both know about or can research, and which interest you. One key skill here is the organization of your thoughts. That means making sure that you express yourself in writing in a logical and methodical way, not just what comes to mind when you think about it, but structured and intentional writing. Take the time to map out what you will write. For your stories or creative writing, make sure you know how the story will end before you write it, try to develop the characters beforehand, take the time to think. For formal academic writing, make sure to do the requisite research beforehand. Find relevant quotations in the text, and make sure you have relevant facts that you present in a manner that you have thought out. Make use of the time you are given. If you are stuck you can make use of a writing prompt, but always make sure to ask why you are writing what you are writing.

Media studies is generally the least problematic section for students, especially considering the amount of exposure to popular culture and mass media that most students have already experienced. The important thing to remember here is that just knowing about popular culture is not enough. Students are called to analyze what they are experiencing and to critically examine it. That means perhaps investigating more deeply what they take for granted on their devices, and how they receive information online. These segments are also more dependent upon the discretion of the teacher than most, so material may vary from class to class.

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MHF4U Advanced Functions
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Overview

MHF4U / Advanced Functions is one of the most important Math courses in grade 12 for university admission

MHF4U Advanced Functions - Course Description

MHF4U / Advanced Functions extends students’ experience with functions. Students will investigate the properties of polynomial, rational, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions; develop techniques for combining functions; broaden their understanding of rates of change; and develop facility in applying these concepts and skills. Students will also refine their use of the mathematical processes necessary for success in senior mathematics.

MHF4U is intended both for students taking the Calculus and Vectors course as a prerequisite for a university program and for those wishing to consolidate their understanding of mathematics before proceeding to any one of a variety of university programs.

What is taking MHF4U Advanced Functions like?

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MHF4U is a very important course for many students because most university programs require this course as a pre-requisite. The skills learned in the Grade 11 course are built upon in this course, including factoring, graphing, trigonometry and exponents.

Students will likely have varying levels of proficiency when taking this course, as some units, such as polynomial functions, are quite simple, while others, such as trigonometry and proofs. Some students have thus described it as a roller coaster ride of a course, with all the thrills (and challenges) that that entails.

Tips to succeed in MHF4U Advanced Functions

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It would be a good idea, before the beginning of this course, to brush up on the foundations of mathematics, such as factoring (especially trinomial factoring), domain and range, graphing, adding rational expression, and trigonometry ratios. If you wait until the course beings, it may be difficult to keep pace with the new material which is being taught. Foundations are always important, and as with all mathematics courses, this one builds upon your past knowledge, so be sure to review.

Also, make sure to keep good, organized notes to stay on top of the course units. Do not be afraid to practice problems beyond those assigned in the homework, as MHF4U Advanced Functions is known for containing a very wide variety of questions and problems, and therefore the more you expose yourself to such problems, the better prepared you will be. Because of this, the Queen Elizabeth Academy provides all of our students with extra worksheets and practice tests to hone their skills and succeed.

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MCR3U Functions
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MCR3U / Functions is one of the most important Math courses in grade 11 for university admission

MCR3U Functions - Course Description

This course introduces the mathematical concept of the function by extending students’ experiences with linear and quadratic relations. Students will investigate properties of discrete and continuous functions, including trigonometric and exponential functions; represent functions numerically, algebraically, and graphically; solve problems involving applications of functions; investigate inverse functions; and develop facility in determining equivalent algebraic expressions. Students will reason mathematically and communicate their thinking as they solve multi-step problems.

What is taking MCR3U Functions like?

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In preparing for Grade 12 Mathematics, students must have a solid grasp of Grade 11 Mathematics. Although, what we see is that students at this stage are often faced with the difficult choice of choosing between the Mixed level course and the Academic level course. From experience, we advise students to stick with the Grade 11 Academic Math, as it is a more flexible option. However, the challenge with most students is that the course requires a bit more work. But it also creates multiple opportunities for university programs to pick from, typically ranging from engineering to business courses. So, unless a student is absolutely sure of the path he/she wishes to take after high-school, they should stick with a flexible option.

Grade 11 Math has several difficult units, including exponents, transformation, trigonometry graphing, and trigonometry identities. This is also the first time they'll encounter proofs. The simpler units include Quadratics, series, and sequences, which are mostly a review of grade 10 topics.

Tips to succeed in MCR3U Functions

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It's advisable to build strong foundational skills in grade 10 before taking this course. Factoring (especially trinomials), fractions (grade 8-9 level), Linear systems, and quadratics are the critical skills at this stage. Additionally, students will need a good understanding of domain and range, x and y intercepts, and asymptotes to excel in this course. It is always easier to keep pace with all lessons and course work in this course once the student has mastered the foundational skills.

The thing about grade 11 questions is that they involve multiple steps. To ensure an easy flow, you must understand the logic and concept behind each step you take, and then pinpoint why you`re taking those steps. In other words, “what am I trying to solve?” Work through the steps again after you have done this. This is essentially how you demystify mathematical problems.

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SCH3U Chemistry 11
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Overview

SCH3U / Chemistry 11 is one of the most important Science courses in grade 11 for university admission

SCH3U Chemistry 11 - Course Description

This course enables students to deepen their understanding of chemistry through the study of the properties of chemicals and chemical bonds; chemical reactions and quantitative relationships in those reactions; solutions and solubility; and a atmospheric chemistry and the behaviour of gases. Students will further develop their analytical skills and investigate the qualitative and quantitative properties of matter, as well as the impact of some common chemical reactions on society and the environment.

What is taking SCH3U Chemistry 11 like?

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In Grade 11, chemistry, students will be acquainted with both theoretical and technical knowledge. And they must be grounded in both areas to do well in the course. You`ll find that there are more calculations and equations in grade 11 chemistry. This means that you need a solid background in math to do well. However, chemistry in grade 11 chemistry isn`t so challenging. Besides, it's a good way to see if chemistry or sciences will be a great choice for you in the university.

Tips to succeed in SCH3U Chemistry 11

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In Grade 11 Chemistry, you will be presented with both theoretical and technical knowledge. And to do well in the course, you must be very good at both. There are lots of calculations to be done, but that doesn`t mean the course is particularly difficult. Perhaps, the biggest benefit here is that and the course allows you to weigh the possibility of pursuing chemistry, or science more generally, in the future.

Here`s a piece of good advice: make sure you have an understanding of Nomenclature as well as how to balance equations in grade 10 science before starting grade 11 chemistry. You really don't want to miss those two courses!

When you get to the calculations in the course, make sure to lay out all the steps one after the other. You may use a flow chart, with each box indicating your result for each step. Examples, in this case, include the values for mass of a chemical, volume of a gas, or the number of particles in a substance. This is a good way to make problem-solving much easier.

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SPH4U Physics 12
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Overview

Physics 12 is one of the most challenging courses in Grade 12, and it is necessary for students going into engineering and other key science programs for university.

SPH4U Physics 12 - Course Description

This course enables students to deepen their understanding of physics concepts and theories. Students will continue their exploration of energy transformations and the forces that affect motion, and will investigate electrical, gravitational, and magnetic fields and electromagnetic radiation. Students will also explore the wave nature of light, quantum mechanics, and special relativity. They will further develop their scientific investigation skills, learning, for example, how to analyse, qualitatively and quantitatively, data related to a variety of physics concepts and principles. Students will also consider the impact of technological applications of physics on society and the environment.

What is taking SPH4U Physics 12 like?

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This SPH4U Grade 12 physics course is designed for students going into engineering or other science course. The focus is on problem solving. This means that the student need to translate a situation based question, figuring out what equations to use, then derive a solution. This part by far poses most challenge for students. This course covers 5 units, ranging from mechanics to electromagnetism.

SPH4U Dynamics:
  • Forces affect motion in predictable and quantifiable ways.
  • Forces acting on an object will determine the motion of that object.
  • Many technologies that utilize the principles of dynamics have societal and environmental implications.
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SPH4U Energy and Momentum:
  • Energy and momentum are conserved in all interactions.
  • Interactions involving the laws of conservation of energy and conservation of momentum can be analysed mathematically.
  • Technological applications that involve energy and momentum can affect society and the environment in positive and negative ways
SPH4U Gravitational, Electric and Magnetic Fields:
  • Gravitational, electric, and magnetic forces act on matter from a distance.
  • Gravitational, electric, and magnetic fields share many similar properties.
  • The behaviour of matter in gravitational, electric, and magnetic fields can be described mathematically.
  • Technological systems that involve gravitational, electric, and magnetic fields can have an effect on society and the environment.
SPH4U The Wave Nature of Light:
  • Light has properties that are similar to the properties of mechanical waves.
  • The behaviour of light as a wave can be described mathematically.
  • Technologies that use the principles of the wave nature of light can have societal and environmental implications.
SPH4U Revolution in Modern Physics: Quantum Mechanics
  • Light can show particle-like and wave-like behaviour, and particles can show wavelike behaviour.
  • The behaviour of light as a particle and the behaviour of particles as waves can be described mathematically.

Tips to succeed in SPH4U Physics 12

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The key factor for student to succeed in SPH4U Physics 12, is to master problem solving techniques. Questions in physics are situation based, so it is not straight forward as in plugging in numbers to an equation to solve a problem, which a lot of students mistakenly expect. The student must learn how to derive and modify equations in SPH4U Physics problems, to isolate the unknown variables and list out all the givens, and start from there. One key tip is to draw diagrams so one can visualize the problems, then identify the variables and parameters in that question. We teach these important problem solving techniques in our SPH4U Physics 12 course.

The second factor is to understand the concept. Many students rely on memorizing definition without have a good understand of the concept. For example, what is voltage? Students will memorize a textbook definition without knowing what voltage really is. To master SPH4U Physics 12 course, the student must be able to explain the concept (such as voltage) in their own words. Once the student understand the concept, the next step is to relate that concept to the equation. This means that the student must understand what each parameter mean in the equation, and how they would change when the situation changes. Why is it happening like that? Going deeper into this will take effort and time, but the student will gain the understand and being able to apply them in problem solving situations. Our course in SPH4U Physics 12 provide in depth lesson, including step by step explanation of the key concepts and their application. In this way, it is easier for students to digest the materials.

The third factor is practice. In SPH4U Physics 12, it is critical to practice a variety of questions and get familiarize with them. This will ensure the student to perform well on tests and maximize the test results. In our SPH4U Physics 12 course, we provide a variety of worksheets for our students to practice.

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I credit QEA for my entry into Western Engineering! Tutors/Teachers actually teach and care about ensuring students fully grasp the learning, their on-line group learning format far exceeds that in the public school system, numerous additional resources were available to set me up for success, and the school is very well run and organized. Thank you QEA!read more
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It was a pleasure and a turning points for my children education when they joined Queen Elizabeth's Academy. What really make this Academy different is the great attention given to students, they analyse carefully the strength and weakness of their student, they work on clear strategy to improve students performance and are very flexible to change strategy when needed. they worked patiently with my son and improved his performance to excellency. It is great how management and especially Mr. Victor follow up with us on my son progress , I received many phone calls and emails with updates, this tight follow up and advices we received resulted in huge difference in my son performance and his awareness to his education. I highly recommend QEA.read more
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My daughter decided to get a jump start to her last year in high school and decided to take the Gr 12 English summer course at Queen Elizabeth Academy. She had a great experience with Victor and her teacher Justin. Based on current circumstances classes were held virtually. Content was delivered in a professional manner, with group discussions and constant support throughout the course. I would highly recommend Queen Elizabeth Academy.read more
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At a time when school had to be done differently, Queen Elizabeth Academy stepped up to the plate. During the initial change of school due to Covid my son was going to a public ally funded school and the most contact he had with his teachers was to read or watch something on-line and then do an assignment which he got a grade back but no feedback on what he did right or wrong. At Queensway academy my son has to sign on daily with his teacher and classmates ( small class size only 8 students) and she actually teaches a class. There is plenty of time for questions and my son gets feedback on his tests. Being at work I can’t monitor if my son actually signs on but there is great communication from the school. One day my son slept in and I got text and emails asking where my son was. They follow up quickly if you have any questions or concerns. I highly recommend attending here. Great learning happens here.read more
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My daughter Megan has had the opportunity to take grade 11 math and grade 12 advanced functions at queen Elizabeth Academy. She is registered for physics 12 in the fall. Due to the pandemic situation we have been very worried that our child is not going to get the foundations in math and science that she needs. Thanks to Victor and his team of highly qualified teachers our concerns have been alleviated. Megan has had the traditional in class model with QEA and has just finished up with an online platform. Both have been great and I am confident that Megan is now prepared for university. I truly believe that the public school system of distance learning cannot do what Victor and his team have done for my daughter. She has been prepared for success as a direct result of professional teaching methods that work.read more
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Have had nothing but positive experience with QEA for my 2 kids. We have taken both credit courses and some tutoring as necessary. Private credit courses were mainly grade 12 English over the summer and grade 12 math courses throughout the fall semester in the evening. I have heard quite a bit about private credit courses offered by other schools that are not as through and almost too easy for students to get high average. Courses at QEA are well laid out and very extensive to make sure they provide good foundations for post secondary education.
Victor is excellent at communicating with parents and students and he is also very good at listening and acting on everyones feedback. Highly recommend QEA!!
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My son took a summer class from Queens Elizabeth Academy to improve his ability to do math. During this month, I can see a huge improvement because his mindset of learning and practicing his math skills are incredible. Huge thank you to Queens Elizabeth Academy for helping my son and helping his learning abilities.
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My brother has enjoyed his tutoring immensely, and the tutors were kind and attentive throughout the quick paced overall tutoring period. Would definitely recommend QEA to anyone looking for summer tutoring.
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With the Peel school board in a bit of a mess this year, we were looking for a credited summer program for my son to fast track his Grade 11 math. We'd heard great things about Victor and the Queen Elizabeth Academy from friends who had kids take fast track classes. The low student to teacher ratio and the extra 1:1 care they provide really helps bring out the engagement compared to a 33 student class. My son has greatly enjoyed the course--though summer classes are intense and fast paced. All the more reason for extra attention during instruction. We would recommend Victor and his team of instructors for any of the accredited high school programs they are offering.read more
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a month ago
Five Stars
Our daughter has taken math since Gr 9 with QE. This year she took Gr 12 functions at school and she found it was difficult and confusing, as well, the teacher did not teach ALL the material. We found the teacher in her high school did not care, nor take time to ensure they understood. Tests covered content that was not taught in class. Her experience was a disaster! Given this we put put her back to QE to upgrade her mark too prepareand ensure she had background for university. Not only have we seen a 15-20% bump in mark but we have seen her confidence soar because the teacher teaches the content, ensures they understand and truly cares during covid- yes online has been fantastic! Money well spent and calc.will be with QE since public education in math is failing miserably. Big shout to QE and their fantastic teachers!read more
Marija Dokic
Marija Dokic
a month ago
Five Stars
My both kids are taking classes here. Very knowledgeable teachers extremely helpful and we can not express how happy we are. Our both kids love it. They (Victor and staff) work really hard to make sure that all kids are successful. Thank you all

Marija

Update on July 25.

This summer we were very hesitant about online lessons since we had bad experience with our regular high school distance learning. Victor reassured us that this won’t be the case with his school. I have to admit quality of learning is outstanding teachers are very passionate and caring. They make sure that each kid in the class understand the unit. The classes are so well organized online and they flow smoothly. We are very glad we signed up for the summer school wit QEA. Most likely we will pursue some other classes in the fall due to uncertainty of regular classes.

Marija
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Deborah Scott
Deborah Scott
a month ago
Five Stars
My son had a wonderful experience for grade 11 functions. It's remarkable that the lessons were so well organized during Covid-19, with all of the lessons being virtual. The kids were engaged and Victor's teaching staff is top notch. I highly recommend QEA to anyone seeking a quality education experience for their child.
Anum Malik
Anum Malik
7 month ago
Five Stars
Quality service.
Irina Arkhipova
Irina Arkhipova
7 month ago
Five Stars
Great place to tune up marks and get ready for university.
It worked well for both my children to boost their confidence in English, math and science. Furthermore, we got lots of info on major universities’ requirements so it was easier to decide where to go and what to expect.
Victor is very knowledgeable in his area of expertise and his instructors are amazing!
Renata K
Renata K
a year ago
Five Stars
If you are looking for a place that will get your child's grades up to get into top universities and programs - look no further. The tutors are outstanding - not only do they know their subjects, they also know how to teach it and how to explain the material to their student. They go out of their way to make sure your child understands even the most complex concepts and succeeds.
H Q
H Q
a year ago
Five Stars
My child was discouraged with school and felt that he wasn’t capable of excelling in math. Then I was introduced to Victor. My son felt very comfortable with him and he matched tutors that worked well with his personality to help him feel confident. We have only been tutoring for a few months but I can see a huge difference in my sons attitude towards math and his confidence has improved. He looks forward to tutoring now. My experience has been phenomenal with Queen Elizabeth Academy. I expect that my sons confidence will be reflected in his marks this coming year and I look forward to continuing with QEA!read more
Rose Caliendo
Rose Caliendo
a year ago
Five Stars
Quality of tutors were optimal. My daughter found that the tutoring helped her math curriculum to be more clear and easy to understand. I feel it made a positive difference in both her confidence and with her final mark. One of the things that I lalso like about QE is that Victor provides articles and a seminar from past students which gives insight to a variety of topics relevant to academics and universities.read more
Ayesha Syed
Ayesha Syed
2 years ago
Five Stars
Besides excellent education, Victor gives life changing inspiration to students that need it most when they are graduating from high school and looking forward to their future. Victor and his staff have inspired my son to think out of the box with so much confidence and has made a huge difference in how things will unfold for him. I can't wait till he starts his Calculus class next week.read more
Diana Leaman
Diana Leaman
2 years ago
Five Stars
We have attended this school for tutoring services for a few years and they have been excellent. The tutors are extremely knowledgeable, organized and truly helpful. They help the students to be more successful in their studies which is reflective in their overall marks. We are very happy with Queen Elizabeth Academy.read more
Jerry Tang
Jerry Tang
2 years ago
Five Stars
I've tried other tutors before, but few have actually helped improve my grades like Queen Elizabeth has. They were focused on actually helping me improve my grades (from 80s up to 90s), which was how I managed to get accepted into all my uni choices! :) Thank you victor!read more
Heidi Morley
Heidi Morley
2 years ago
Five Stars
QEA was recommended to us by a friend & we have been extremely happy. One on one math tutoring has built up our daughters confidence & this has ultimately helped increase her marks substantially. Having a tutor who can teach to a students way of learning is invaluable & we feel we have experienced that with both of the tutors that our daughter has worked with.
Above & beyond the tutoring, we have also appreciated Victor's e-mails providing information about timely topics.
Our daughter has enjoyed her tutoring & we would highly recommend QEA.
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Rosanna Marangoni
Rosanna Marangoni
2 years ago
Five Stars
My son has been with Queen Elizabeth Academy for 4 years. Victor and his highly skilled and specialized tutors help and motivate him to achieve his academic goals. Thank you all for your dedication. I would highly recommend Queen Elizabeth Academy!read more
barb underhill
barb underhill
2 years ago
Four Stars
Very small class sizes, and additional one on one support when needed has really helped my son achieve his best possible results. Excellent teachers-they have really helped him develop solid foundations in both math and englishread more
Kathleen Chan
Kathleen Chan
2 years ago
Five Stars
My daughter has had very positive experience with QEA. Her English tutor is especially knowledgeable and skilled in teaching. Highly recommend QEA!
Shaher Kattaf
Shaher Kattaf
2 years ago
Five Stars