Identify an area of need in literacy or math and receive tutoring to stay on track for school.


A student who would benefit from extra support in literacy or math to stay on track for the return to school.

A student with suspected or diagnosed learning differences who is going into grades 3-12.


Tutoring takes place online or in our mobile classroom, LDS Access. There are limited tutoring opportunities at our East Vancouver Learning Centre at 3292 East Broadway.


Students sign up for two sessions each week for three consecutive weeks. Sessions take place on either Mon/Wed, or Tues/Thurs. Session run from either July 4-21 or August 8-25. Families can book a block of sessions for the morning or afternoon.

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Program Description

Tutoring helps elementary and high school students stay on track with their core curriculum during the summer. Identify an area of focus, and our highly qualified learning support staff and our amazing team of specialized, passionate instructors can help your student stay on track.

We provide tutoring in elementary curriculum and high school core courses such as English, Math, Science and Socials.

Parents or guardians can apply for tutoring through our online application form below. After you have submitted your application, an LDS Team member will contact you to gather more information, answer your questions, and enroll you in the program.

Fees: We’re pleased to offer a generous sliding scale to fees based on household income. Please apply or contact us to learn more.

What to Expect

Before the Program Begins

After a conversation with our an LDS team member, students are placed with an instructor who can best support their learning needs during the tutoring sessions.

During the Program

Each student works with an experienced instructor in the identified area of need. Instructors provide ongoing homework support and help students build their study and executive function skills.

After the Program

An LDS team member may make additional recommendations for enrichment activities, including potential one-to-one instruction at one of our Centres or online via RISE at Home.

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Become a Donor

If you would like to contribute to our bursary fund, please consider making a monthly or one time donation.

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Thank you to our donors

Our donors play a vital role in sustaining our programming. We are so grateful for their continued support of children and youth in our community with learning differences.