Mt Waverley Campus

Campus Manager


Mount Waverley Campus

Reema graduated from Mater Christi College in 2013, and is currently undertaking a Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Science at Monash University. While at high school, Reema received VCE achievement awards in English and French as well as various leadership awards.

“As a campus manager, I aim to ensure every student is provided with the opportunity to reach their full potential in an environment which encourages them to contribute their ideas and thoughts. I think it’s extremely important that students of all backgrounds are able to aim high and to work towards their goals. I love seeing the sense of confidence instilled in students as they improve!”




Junior Maths Tutor

Damian graduated from The University High School in 2013 with an ATAR of 99.70. He then enrolled in Monash University’s Bachelor of Medicine/Surgery (Hons), of which he has just completed his third year with a High Distinction average. Damian achieved a score of 46 in Methods, 39 in Specialist Maths, and 43 in English Language.


“Through my time tutoring, I wish to use not just my knowledge, but also my enthusiasm to help students achieve their full potential and gain enjoyment from tackling difficult mathematical problems. There are few things more rewarding than seeing students grow and develop, and exceed their own expectations. I believe than any student who brings a positive and hardworking mindset can achieve strong results in their studies.”



Junior English Tutor

Wallace graduated from Trinity Grammar School in 2011 achieving an ATAR of 98.80. Wallace is currently studying Arts/Law at Monash University. While at high school, Wallace was a Debating Vice-Captain and Prefect, and was a Regional Finalist for the Victorian Plain English Speaking Award. 


“As a tutor, I hope to not only equip young minds with much-needed skills and knowledge, but also to pass on a lifelong enjoyment and appreciating for learning. English in particular can be elevated from merely learning about words, sentences and paragraphs into a exploration of humankind’s most sophisticated and creative form of expression. If I can engage students in developing their potential as readers and writers, my job is done.”



Senior Maths Tutor

Rahil completed his high school in New Zealand and India. He graduated from St Xavier’s Schooland has recently finished a Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering and a Bachelor of Science from Monash University, and will be commencing a PhD in Physics/Applied Mathematics in March 2017. At University, Rahil was awarded ‘Best in School’ from the School of Physics and Astronomy and was also placed in the Dean’s List for academic achievement each year.

 “Tutoring Mathematics and Physics allows me to share my passion and knowledge for these subjects with the students. As a tutor, I aim to help students achieve their academic goals by not only making the learning process more enjoyable, but to also help them appreciate the beauty of the subjects.”



Senior English Tutor

Sangita graduated from Sacré Cœur in 2014 as Dux, with an ATAR of 99.85. She is currently undertaking an Arts and Commerce double degree in the Dean’s Scholars program at Monash University. While at high school, Sangita received a perfect study score of 50 in English as well as in Australian History and Business Management, for which she also received VCE Premier’s Awards.


“”Being able to share my passion for the English language with students is such a privilege. I enjoy identifying the strengths of each individual student, helping them to harness their potential and develop their confidence. Many see VCE as a daunting experience, but I hope to dismiss this misnomer and support students on the path towards realising their goals.”





Sciences Tutor

Sachin graduated from Melbourne High School in 2015 with an ATAR of 98.95, and is currently studying the Bachelor of Medicine/Surgery at Monash University. Whilst at high school, Sachin has held multiple leadership positions and has received several awards including Full Service Colours for his service to the Melbourne High School community.

“Every student is unique and has a different style of learning. This makes it a privilege to meet all kinds of students as a tutor and to encourage each student to achieve their full potential in the pursuit of excellence. As a sciences tutor, I know firsthand how challenging it can be to tackle to depth of knowledge that exists within the field. While tutoring, I enjoy enshrining a deep interest in the sciences so that my students can achieve their academic goals despite the challenges presented.”