Help your child develop real-world skills with Scholars
Scholars of Woodbridge is dedicated to providing students with exceptional tutoring services, covering all curriculum from Kindergarten to Grade 12. Our programs, offered both online and in-centre, are customized to suit each student’s unique learning style and help them succeed. We encourage our students to reach their educational goals and inspire confidence in their abilities.
Through flexible schedules that fit today’s families, we can help your child build on their existing skills and improve their grades in subjects like math, English, science, and French.
Scholars of Woodbridge is conveniently located in Vaughan, just minutes away from Claireville.
Contact us for more information or to book a complimentary assessment or trial hour today to see the Scholars difference!
8555 Hwy 27, Unit 7
(Hwy 7 & York Regional Rd 27)
Why Families in Woodbridge Choose Scholars
No Enrollment Contracts
We have faith in our program and don’t feel the need to lock families into a long-term commitment. We find success with a month-to-month contract.
We work with your schedule, no drop-ins or first-come-first-serve scenarios. Scholars schedules one-hour sessions throughout the week.
Homework Help & Support
Students can bring in their homework and work through problems with a certified teacher.
Frequently Asked Questions
What’s the schedule like and how often are classes?
We work with your schedule to find a time that works best for your family and recommend sessions twice a week for improvement.
How much does it cost?
Scholars charges an hourly rate, so you pay per class. As for the hourly rate- this can vary by location, by program, and class frequency (2x per week minimum).
Contact your local Scholars for specifics.
What subjects do you tutor?
We tutor in any and every subject including high school and college courses of every level. If you’re able to bring in the course material we have a tutor that can help.
Do you work with children with learning disabilities such as ADHD and dyslexia?
Yes of course!