Lee received his Bachelor of Arts degree with a Major in Anthropology from the University of Guelph in 2011. He enjoys learning about different cultures and recognizes the importance of teaching his students in a culturally relevant way.
While pursuing his undergraduate degree, Lee also worked part-time for the Guelph YMCA/YWCA. He was responsible for facilitating an after school leadership program for youth, which was mandatory to attend before becoming a youth volunteer. Throughout his 5 years at the YMCA, Lee had the opportunity to work closely with toddlers, children and youth ranging from ages 3 to19 years old.
Lee recently received his Bachelor of Education from the University of Toronto, working specifically in the “Inner City Option.” Overcoming a reading and writing disability himself as a child, Lee recognizes the significance of having one on one teaching opportunities. He appreciates the importance of differentiating his teaching methods according to the personal needs of his students, and has a passion for helping children find interests in their studies,
On his spare time, Lee enjoys playing sports (especially basketball), spending time outdoors, playing guitar, producing hip-hop and reading.