K-12 Online Tutoring with Proven Results

Supports Ontario, BC and Alberta School Board Curriculums

Most Comprehensive Online


with Support from Real Tutors

Makes Learning Fun

Helps Students Get Better

and Get Ahead

Empowers Your Child

Builds Self Belief

and Self Confidence

GAPS in Learning

If a child is not getting A grades in school or is struggling in a subject, it is because of Gaps in their understanding of concepts.

These knowledge Gaps cause learning to become harder and harder and if they are not corrected early, a child will get further behind, be unable to understand the current lessons and lose confidence.


The Math Doctor

The Math Doctor Online Diagnostic Tool pinpoints exactly what your children know and do not know and creates personalized lesson plans weekly for each student in Math Wiz.

Twice a year the student does a Math Doctor assessment and the results are compared to the previous report to determine exactly where the child has succeeded and where they need further review.


Math Wiz and English Wiz

Math & English are the two most important & fundamental subjects.

Math is logic & reasoning, whereas English is speaking & writing. If you think and communicate well, it builds your self-confidence. Universities also primarily look at the marks of these two subjects for their entrance …


APLUS Incentives Program

This program is called Math Wiz English Wiz APLUS Incentives Program (in short APLUS). APLUS epitomizes step-by-step systematic approach to learning and helping children realize their full learning potential.

Assessment; P – Personalized Lesson Plans; L – Lessons, Games & Tests; U – Updated …


Why Choose APLUS?

It’s a step-by-step systematic approach to learning. Gap Assessment test identifies the knowledge gaps first, before fixing them in a fun way.

Weekly Personalised Lesson Plans – personalized lesson plans is a Unique benefit which helps children catch up faster and …



The increase in confidence was quite remarkable. In fact, kids that had no confidence had started contributing in the classroom.

They were particularly proud to show that they had grasped some concepts which the ‘smarter’ kids were finding difficult! Symmetry was one such example.