Meet our Teachers

Anamaria is a dedicated and experienced multilingual ESL education professional, serving as a high school teacher. She teaches credit courses to students throughout Canada, including English, Business, History, Social Science and several others. Proficient in fostering, supporting, and creating engaging learning environments, Anamaria instills a love for the English language in the classroom.”My experience and dedication as a teacher, working with international students, will guarantee success for students as they progress further into college or university!


Adam, with over two years of teaching experience, currently serves as a Maths & Programming Teacher at William Academy, Cobourg. In this role, he designed the programming rubric, instructed Advanced Functions and Introduction to Programming, and successfully trained 75+ students for the Canadian Computation Competition. Adam excels in fostering strong connections with pupils, presenting abstract theorems engagingly, and crafting honest yet tactful report cards. As a former Programming Tutor at GeekEdu, Online, he guided over 25 elementary school pupils from no-programming experience to active competition participation, implementing customized learning plans and maintaining open communication with parents.

Bona Song Teacher


Bona Song, with over a decade of experience, has been an influential educator in various subjects. Her expertise extends to English, Business Studies, Canadian World Studies, History, ESL (English as a Second Language), Guidance and Career Education, and Korean. Currently, she passionately imparts her knowledge in the Korean language at TSC High School, contributing to the diverse educational landscape with her wealth of teaching experience.

Francis specialized in Special Education and completed senior courses in Mathematics and Science at Queens University. Later, he pursued Senior Computer Studies and Senior Business Studies at the University of Western Ontario. He earned a Bachelor of Education with a focus on Primary/Intermediate at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto.


Joseph graduated BA & M. Div from Korea Baptist Theological University and Seminary. Subsequently, he continued his academic journey, obtaining a Ph.D. from St. Charles University. Formerly, he served as the Director of St. George Academy High School. As a dedicated member of the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada (PAOC) with membership number 216735, his contributions have been recognized in the field of ministry.


Katherine is currently a graduate student in Art Psychotherapy at the Canadian International Institute of Art Therapy (CiiAT). She is a recent alumna of the Illustration program at the Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD U) and presently works as a part-time Art Instructor. By merging her background in art and design with her experience working with children, she aims to establish a practice that supports children’s emotional growth through art, fostering self-expression and creativity.