Our Tutoring and Administrative Team
Monique (Founder & Director)
Monique Attrux founded Tutor4U in 2018, envisioning a learning space where students’ curiosity for learning can be fostered and where their academic performance can reach new heights. Prior to Tutor4U, Monique founded a successful tutoring company in Hong Kong with four locations, which specialized in IB/IELTS tutoring. In Hong Kong, all of her students went on to prestigious universities and competitive programs. Since founding Tutor4U, many of her students averaged an 88%-96% in their Ontario Secondary School Diploma, and all of her IB students achieved a level 6 and higher in their subjects. Monique completed her Bachelor of Arts at the University of Hong Kong with a double major in Linguistics and English studies. She obtained her Master of Arts in English from York University. Monique is currently doing her doctoral degree in English at York University, pioneering a new way to read and write about literature.
Sam (English Teacher)
Sam is an OCT certified tutor who graduated from York University’s Bachelor of Education program, Intermediate/Senior division. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature. Saman has over a half-decade of tutoring experience and has helped countless junior and senior high school students get into their dream universities. He upholds a high academic standard and uses his passion for teaching to get the best out of his pupils.
Rearchenie (French Teacher)
Having studied in a French immersion program since elementary school, Rearchenie has been immersed in the language for nearly all of her life. She attended York University and finished with a degree in French Studies. She believes French to be an essential language and hopes to bring a spark of passion to her students. She is an innovative and bold tutor that has instant connections with her students – although French is a difficult language she is able to constantly keep her pupils motivated and to go beyond their limits. She is also extremely seasoned in preparing students for the DELF Junior and DELF Scolaire French language proficiency tests.
Mark (Biology & Chemistry Teacher)
Mark graduated from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Science and also holds a Masters of Science. Mark has been tutoring for over two years now and is a kind and extremely knowledgeable tutor. His area of expertise is not only high school, middle, or elementary school sciences but he also has the capacity to assist students through their university studies.
Yvonne (French Teacher)
Having lived in France and immersed herself in the language and the culture, speaking French has become second nature to Yvonne. During her stay, she obtained an Advanced Diploma in French Studies from the University of Burgundy and an official DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française) C1 Diploma. Additionally, she holds two master’s degrees, having obtained an M.A. in Journalism from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and a Master of Public Administration from the University of Macau. Yvonne began teaching and tutoring language in 2010, while she was still a student at Macau. Now that she has studied, worked and lived in many different countries, she has had students from all over the world from different ethnicities, age groups, and cultural backgrounds. Yvonne is fluent in four languages: French, English, Mandarin, and Cantonese. She is confident in helping students in either Ontario’s core French or French immersion curriculum.
Kaitlyn (Economics, Finance, & Mathematics)
Kaitlyn graduated from Ryerson University with a Bachelor of Commerce degree in economics and management science and a minor in finance. Kaitlyn also holds a Master of Arts degree in international economics and finance. She has over 6 years of experience tutoring students in microeconomics, macroeconomics, corporate finance, statistics and mathematics. Kaitlyn has tutored university students, as well as elementary school and high school students. Kaitlyn is extremely passionate about sharing her knowledge of economics, finance and mathematics with students, and helping them find joy in learning these sometimes frustrating subjects