About Excellence ESL Services

Excellence ESL Services is rooted in reliability, trust, and collaboration. We believe in providing exceptional language learning experiences that empower individuals to reach their full potential. With our expert guidance and support, you can grow your language skills and achieve excellence.

To help you realize your own potential and grow your communication and competency skills through the English language.

Why Excellence?
We believe that effective learning involves much more than just attention on one subject. Discover your potential through our emphases on empowerment and mindfulness, and take charge of your English language learning.
Excellence' principles are simple: reliability, collaboration, and encouragement.

Excellence principles

We are committed to providing reliable and consistent language learning services to help you achieve your goals.




We believe in the power of collaboration and work closely with our students to create a personalized learning experience.

Learning a new language requires courage and we are here to support you every step of the way.

Excellence Guidelines

Learning a new language can be confusing. We assure you that we use only the best resources in our lesson planning. Our curriculum guidelines are outlined by:
The Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) standard is a descriptive scale of language ability in English as a Second Language (ESL) written as 12 benchmarks or reference points along a continuum from basic to advanced.
The LINC curriculum is governed and funded by the Canadian Government and has a list of topics and lessons readily available for teachers.
CiU is a leader in facilitator training. Their curriculum will be used for mindfulness techniques that will be incorporated in all aspects of language learning.

Meet the teacher


Hello and welcome!
My name is Reema and I am a certified Teacher of English as a Second Language. My teaching philosophy is to help adults realize and grow their potential. My inspiration is my grandma, who came to Canada in her 50s, and unfortunately did not know how to read or write. Although she was still very smart, she would constantly tell me how much she wished she was literate. My second inspiration is my father, who came to Canada in the 1970s, and the first thing he did was learn English. With much dedication and help from a great ESL teacher, he became successful. I believe that language learning is personal and with the right tools, the process will allow you to grow in every area of your life.
Look below for my teaching certificates from TESL Ontario as well as a Professional Development Certificate in Facilitator Training!

Nice to meet you!

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