Our Faculty

At Canada Royal Arts, we emphasize the importance of having experienced, passionate, and innovative leaders who will inspire the next generation of learners. We are proud to present our dedicated faculty and team, each with a unique set of abilities and strengths that cultivate the culture of learning at our school.

Mr. Darling

Head of School

Mr. Darling graduated from the University of Oxford with a BA (Hons) in Modern History, MA, and a Post-graduate Certificate of Education. He also holds an MA in Canadian History from Simon Fraser University and a Diploma in School Leadership from the Canadian Association of Independent Schools (CAIS). He is a BC certified teacher with twenty-five years’ experience in the Vancouver independent secondary school sector both as a teacher and administrator (Head of Grade at St. George’s School, Principal at St. John’s School). He cares greatly about encouraging all students to identify their strengths and to follow their passions. He is keen on sports, photography, reading, travel and also on taking on new challenges in life.

Ms. Karimi

Fashion and Industrial Design Teacher

Ms. Karimi has a Bachelor of Art in Industrial Design, Master’s Degree in Industrial Design and Diploma in Fashion Design. She was selected in the top 5 students in the country, she was admitted as third-ranked Iranian industrial design student in Tehran Amirkabir University of Technology. As a top student in her faculty, she has extensive experience in sewing, patterning, prototyping, painting, graphic design and other professional techniques.

Mr. Campbell 

ELL Teacher

Mr. Campbell teaches ELL class.He has been teaching ELL since 2003, 16 years.  Mr. Campbell earned a Bachelors of Arts from McGill University and Bachelors of Ed from Lakehead University. He is a BC certified teacher.   He enjoys enabling students to speak and write English with confidence.  In his free time he loves going to concerts, reading books and curling.

Mr. Lee

Math and Physics Teacher

Throughout his academic and professional career, Mr. Lee has had a passion for helping people to succeed. With his technical academic background (Electrical Engineering at the University of Toronto), he employs the skills he has learned through his various teaching and tutoring jobs (over 15 years) to broaden his scope when approaching new challenges and situations. Mr.Lee encourages his students to develop a high level of critical-thinking ability and an understanding beyond the realm of school and he also tailors his lesson plans to each of his student’s abilities. Mr. Lee teaches Math and Physics.

Mrs. Sharath

Science and Math Teacher

Mrs. Sharath has a Bachelor of Education, Environmental Studies, Zoology and Chemistry. She has also obtained Master of Environmental Science and is a BC Certified Teacher. She has been teaching since 2008 and she loves it!  Ms. Sharath’s goal is to help students achieve all-round development and stand out in science.

Ms. Lal

English Teacher

Ms. Lal has a Bachelors of Education and Arts from Simon Fraser University. She is an educator with a strong belief that teaching includes more than just relaying information. She strives to develop a community of forward thinkers and has a fulfillment from seeing her students grow. From working in various learning centers in the past 9 years, Ms. Lal has been given the opportunity to teach ELL students and students with exceptionalities; from this, she has learned both to reflect on and adapt her instructional practices to support the needs of all her students.

Mrs. Ma

AP Calculus & Statistics Teacher

Mrs. Ma is a teacher of Math and Mathematics Competition of the Richmond School No. 38 District. She is also an examiner for many North American International & National Mathematics Competitions. Mrs. Ma is registered member of Canadian Mathematical Society (CMS) and Mathematical Association of America (MAA). She is an experienced Math competition coach, she brought out many high-scoring math contest students. Mrs. Ma is currently studying a master of University of Waterloo. During her undergraduate period, she followed math professor to participate in Federal Government Research Projects.