Havergal College, one of Canada’s preeminent independent schools for girls from Kindergarten to Grade 12 in Toronto, Canada, partners with PAPER.
This partnership provides 380 students with unlimited 24/7 online tutoring and essay review for the school year.
Garth Nichols, Vice Principal of Strategic Innovation & Design, said, “I am excited to pilot Paper at Havergal College with our Grade 10-12 students this year. With the growing fluidity of the educational landscape, we want to embrace different ways that students can get support on their learning journey.”
“The approach of Paper’s subject-area specialists is akin to a 'thinking coach'. They play the role of reminding, prompting and provoking thinking in our students.”
“Sometimes, students might turn to a tutor to help through short-term solutions, but Paper, with their unique approach to providing educational support on demand, employing an inquiry/socratic methodology, will deepen and extend students' access to their very own intellectual leadership and thinking skills.”
Founded in 1894, Havergal College focuses on the liberal arts, providing an all-round education based on high academic standards, extensive co-curricular opportunities and boarding for students in Grades 9 to 12.
In 2015, Havergal's secondary school was ranked second by the Fraser Institute amongst 749 Ontario secondary schools. Enriching their instructional support with Paper during this challenging time is another step toward excellence for Havergal.
Schools partnered with Paper can, at a fixed cost, grant unlimited tutoring access and essay reviews to all of their students.
Providing equitable, unlimited tutoring support for the 2020-2021 school year is crucial. With PAPER, doing this comes at a fixed cost to your district. Learn more.
Founded in 2014, Paper is an Educational Support System (ESS) providing students with 24/7 live help & essay review, and teachers with real-time feedback and intervention tools. Paper partners with districts across North America to close the achievement gap and support educational equity.