Our world is interconnected...why isn't our education system?
Fuller Academy's cross-curricular, project-based learning model is an affordable school alternative to the one-size-fits-nobody, silo-based, disconnected approach that most schools still follow.
Our model aligns with Ministry of Ontario curriculum and assessment standards. Our grades 7 to 10 programs include live-streamed classes, interactive Q and A, curated and recorded content, small pod collaboration, guests speakers, parents and kids support, fitness and Nature breaks, outdoor field trips, and more.
We offer blended-delivery programs at satellite locations throughout the GTA (in cooperation with Lauft Workspaces), as well as fully online at-home options for small group pods or individuals.
Our interdisciplinary curriculum connects the content across subject areas, and our theme-based units connect the assignments and activities to real-life issues. By connecting to relevant themes, students begin to see the connection, meaning and importance of each subject area. We encourage risk-taking, and help kids develop better problem-solving, critical thinking, and project management skills.
Research has consistently shown that interconnected, project-based learning models are proven approaches to increase motivation and promote deeper learning. Let your kids experience our unique program for the first two weeks at no obligation.
Register NOW for October 1st, for a FREE trial: Fuller Academy Unit 1: "Build a Better School".
“There is only one subject matter for education, and that is Life in all its manifestations”
The Fuller Spirit is about being adaptable, curious to learn, and always resilient in the face of new challenges. At Fuller, we support each student's path to build confidence and help them to find purpose in their education. We believe failure is not the opposite of success, but merely a stop along the road to success and fulfillment.
Think of our teachers as facilitators, helping to guide students through their high school program and always ready to support. They animate and bring our programs to life. They are at the core of who we are - the most important piece of our education model. Each is here because they believe in our model, and are eminently qualified to deliver it.
A typical week at school is comprised of two 75-minute morning classes beginning at 9:30am (EST) each day, followed by a lunch break. After lunch is time devoted to work on research and projects, reflection and follow up on the morning's work, and the final hour of the day is spent doing collaborative group work. Click here to find a typical weeks schedule