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The Queen Elizabeth Standard on Academic Excellence

Queen Elizabeth Academy is known for providing top-quality education to students in Saskatoon. We aim to help our students build strong foundations instead of using quick fixes, thereby nurturing them for long-term success. For more than 9 years, we worked with thousands of students in Saskatoon and other cities, helping many of them gain admission into top universities: Waterloo, Queen’s, Western, Laurier, and McGill, with scholarships from $2,000 to $23,000.

Lots of graduates from our academy have entered medical schools, started their MSc and Ph.D., or gained employment with global firms such as KPMG and Fidelity Investments.

Queen Elizabeth Academy is also an inspected private school by the Ministry of Education to offer high school credits

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Private Tutoring @ Saskatoon

Experience the interaction of our online live physics lesson. Students are focused and not being distracted or sitting passively We provide both private 1 on 1 tutoring and private credit courses (group classes)

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Private Credit Course @ Saskatoon

QEA offers high school credits that are taught live over Zoom, in a small class settings. With high quality lessons and one on one attention, we aim to build a strong foundation for our students to achieve long term success.

Success Stories

Congratulations to Stephanie L., who ranked Top 15 in Canada selected by University Hub.

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Congratulations to our students who were admitted to their top choice university (Queens, Wilfred Laurier, McGill etc.).  Our students obtained scholarships from $2,000 to $23,000
Jeff R. Queen’s Commerce
Paul M. Queen’s Engineering
Melissa W. Western Ivey
Taylor W. Western Medical Science
Josh M. OCAD
Miranda D. Wilfred Laurier BBA (Co-op)
Colin H. Queen’s Commerce
Stephanie L. Queen’s Commerce
Jeremy R. Western Ivey
Robbie M. Wilfrid Laurier BBA (Co-op)
Eric M. Wilfrid Laurier BBA (Co-op)
Jiv S. Wilfrid Laurier BBA (Coop)
Vivian T. U of T Rotman
Stacy L. Western Engineering
Laura P. Western Medical Science
David P. U of T Rotman
Britney R. Wilfred Laurier BBA (Co-op)
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Jerry T.
Admitted to Queen’s Commerce
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Sebastian G., a grade 12 student admitted to McGill University
Matt B., a grade 12 student admitted to Laurier Business
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Meet our Tutors - Math, Physics and Chemistry tutors in Saskatoon

Nikki V.
QEA Math Teacher
Nikki is a certified teacher with Master degree in Education from University of Toronto. She has been working with QEA for over 6 years, and many of QEA top students came out of her class
Chris L.
QEA Physics Tutor
Chris is our physics tutor, explaining his approach in teaching physics. Chris is going to John Hopkins University this fall studying PhD in Physics
Dev D.
QEA Biology and Chemistry Tutor
Dev is graduated with a science degree at York University, currently enrolled in dental school. Dev has been working with QEA for 4 years.
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Ben T.
English Teacher
Teaches:  English grade 5 to 12

PhD Candidate, English literature

Writing Course Director, Guelph-Humber University 

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Laura C.
MD Candidate
Harvard University

Queen Elizabeth Advisor

Designed Learning Strategies for our courses. 

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John C.
Math Tutor and Science Tutor
Teaches:  Calculus, Advanced Functions, Physics

PhD Candidate, University of Toronto

Taught university math tutoring classes for 2+ years

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The QEA Approach
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QEA's private tutoring programs offer one-on-one, custom-fitted tutoring to each student so that we cover essential concepts using a step-by-step explanation on homework problems.

1. Building Foundations

Math and science are cumulative. This means that foundational building is a must if students are to excel long-term. In our math and science tutoring, we teach foundational concepts. We help our students to understand rather than memorize the course materials. This is basically how we build our students’ foundation.

2. Step by step explanations

During our science and math tutoring programs, we provide students with easy-to-understand, step-by-step explanations. Tutors pay specific attention to students' foundational gaps and re-explain unclear steps to clarify any misunderstanding.

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Matt B.
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Sebastian G.
a grade 12 student admitted to McGill University
Andrew G.
admitted to Western University

Paige M.
Admitted to Queen’s University student alumni of QEA enrolled in QEA Englsih 12 private credit course

Kristen C.
Admitted to University of Waterloo student alumni of QEA enrolled in QEA Englsih 12 private credit course
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Math Tutoring in Saskatoon

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Build your Math foundations and confidence with QEA #1 rated math tutoring program

Since math is cumulative, it goes without saying that each grade level will be built upon in the next one. Thus, students will need to understand underlying concepts and be able to apply them. But the issue is that most students are lazy in maths; they prefer to memorize math rather than understand it. Unfortunately, they ignore the foundational concepts, which often return to hurt their grades in the future.

At QEA, we have an outstanding portfolio because; we are accredited by the Ministry of Education; we have an in-depth understanding of the curriculum; and we have rich experience in teaching maths. We can help your child learn maths with ease while paying particular attention to foundational gaps.

Common challenges that most students encounter in math:

1. Weak foundational skills in math

To become really grounded in maths, students ought to start at Grade 7 or 8, where they'll be taught critical skills, including fractions, integers. This is followed by graphing, solving equations, and quadratics in high school. Without strong skills in these areas, students will likely struggle with math unit by unit. With this in mind, we aim to address all foundational gaps with proper lessons accompanied by sufficient practice.

2. Memorize instead of understand

Students often memorize math instead of understanding it. This approach causes them to get stuck when the teacher changes the questions, inevitably leading to losing a large portion of their marks. Basically, understanding math means to understand the “why” behind every concept and step, and then know when to apply what. Our lessons at QEA focus on building students' understanding of essential concepts with step-by-step explanations on their applications.

The QEA math tutoring program is one on one, private.

We build foundational skills, re-address students' learning gaps, and help them understand instead of memorizing; and with extra practice, we equally help them strengthen their understanding and skills.

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English Tutoring in Saskatoon

Meet Diana J.
from the QEA English team
Diana is a PhD candidate, major in English literature, York University. She has 6 years of teaching experience.
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Build your English foundational skills - writing, reading comprehension, and critical analysis

English is a critical high school subject because all university programs require good English grades. Students need to develop good English skills in high school. The critical skill areas include essay writing, reading comprehension, grammar, and critical analysis.

The QEA English tutoring program strives hard to build these 3 skills in every student: reading comprehension, essay writing, and of course, critical analysis. We aim to support our students through their school curriculum and also use it to teach them these critical English skills. In our lessons on essay writing, we teach students how to; write a comprehensive and concise thesis; write an attention-grabbing introduction; and build arguments with quotes from Shakespeare's works and other recommended novels.


Common challenges that most students encounter in English:

1. Students lack proper sentence structures

High school students often communicate using short messages on their phones. The challenge with this is that it becomes a habit that's translated to their school writing, leading to a lack of proper grammar and sentence structure. The good thing is that our lessons at QEA are designed to discipline the students into using formal sentence structure and grammar during writing; hence they develop their writing skills in a step-by-step manner.

2. Students’ essays lack critical analysis and are penalized for marks.

Critical thinking accounts for a significant portion of students' English grades in high school. Many students have the poor habit of stating the plot summary in their essays instead of writing comprehensive critical analysis. Unfortunately, their grades suffer from this. We teach students to go deeper into the story, creatively connecting the plot to the themes.

The QEA English tutoring program is one on one, private.

We build our students’ skills in reading, writing, and critical analysis, as we support them through their standard school curriculum.

The Queen Elizabeth Standard on Academic Excellence

Queen Elizabeth Academy has a strong culture of providing the best education there is to our students; this obviously explains why our students are high-flyers. Many of them have been admitted to top universities with scholarships ranging from $2,000 to $23,000. Past students of QEA have built strong foundations, which has helped them to pursue their path in universities. Our alumni have been to top medical schools, excelled in Masters and Ph.D. studies, and some were employed by top Bay St. companies and global firms.

FAQ for Tutoring in Saskatoon

How can tutoring help my child?

QE has a strong track record on supporting our students to academic excellence and long term success. Our tutoring program is private one on one, tailored towards the strengths and weaknesses of your child. Our tutoring program is lesson based, which means we don't sit back and wait for questions, because often times they don't know what to ask. We actively teach lessons and provide weekly homework for practice.

How is QE tutoring different from others?

QE provides quality education. What does this mean? To achieve high grade, it is important to have a systematic approach to build your child's foundation: Lessons, Homework Practice and coaching. For lessons, we actively teach the materials, organizing knowledge in step by step manner. This way, we facilitate understanding, not memorizing equations or steps. We provide package of homework practice, so that our students can learn a variety of problems and prepare well for tests. We also provide past tests and mock exams, such that we teach test writing techniques to optimize their performance.

How can my child achieve higher grade?

Academic excellence comes with understanding and hardwork. We take care of the understanding part in our lessons, where we teach the concepts in a easy-to-understand manner. to acheive high grade, the students need to practice and establish a good routine for working through homework. Making their own study notes will be preferred. We also teach test writing strategies, such as tackling multiple choice and complex application questions.

What are QE's credentials?

QE is Ministry accredited, which means we offer high school courses. We know the curriculum of each subject inside-out. We know what foundation building block is important leading to the next grade. As we have worked with 5,000+ students over the past 9 years, we are familiar with the common weakness and challenge they face on each subject. Therefore, we focus on what matters most to achieve success. Our students were admitted to top universities: Waterloo, Laurier, Queen's, Western, McGill with scholarship from $2,000 to $50,000.

What tutor will be assigned to my child?

The average tenure of our tutors at QE is at least 3 years. Many of our tutors stay with QE for 5-6 years. In this way, they are experienced and have worked with hundreds of students. Many of them have taught our 110 hours credit course. New tutors need to go through a rigorous audition process in order to join QE. This includes showing indepth knowledge in our test and being able to explain concepts in a way that students can understand.

How much does tutoring cost?

We charge per month (4 or 8 lessons a month). Depending on the program, we offer very competitive and fair rate. We provide much more value than the average tutoring centers or go-to-home agencies: successful experience, coaching, homework package, mock tests and exams, test writing strategies and lesson based tutoring.

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Queen Elizabeth Academy
(905) 257 9009
Unit 5, 1020 Johnsons Lane, Mississauga