He was after tuition. He was picking him up to home.
"Where are we going?" He asked.
"I am sending you home."
I told him as I will go to work after that.
Can send use on person? We usually say send for things. How about person?
There is nothing inherently improper in speaking of sending a person somewhere.
In this case, however, it appears that you are not sending the student home. To send someone or something to a destination means to cause them to leave your presence and move to the destination; but if someone or something remains with you while you move to the destination you take them there.