Fuller Academy's cross-curricular, project-based learning model offers an alternative approach to learning where students take more ownership over their education. Fuller's interdisciplinary curriculum connects the content across different subject areas. Our theme-based learning units integrate the subjects through projects, assignments and activities related to real-life issues, building essentail skills such as critical thinking, problem-solving, and project management.
We deliver an integrated model in a new and exciting way, and we aim to meet and exceed ministry standards.
Fuller offers both online and in-person classes at satellite locations throughout the GTA, giving students the option to work together in small groups, or independently at home.
Research has consistently shown that interconnected, project-based learning models are proven approaches that increase motivation and promote deeper learning. Experience our unique program for the first two weeks at no obligation.
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“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete”
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 guide students through their school program. They are always ready to support the specific needs of each child. They do not simply instruct static lessons; they truly animate our programs. They are at the core of who we are and what we stand for. They are the most important piece of our education model. Each teacher is here because they believe in our model and they are eminently qualified to deliver effective results.
A typical day at school is comprised of one 75-minute morning class beginning at 9:30am (EST) each day, followed by a 15-minute wellness break, a 60-90 minute independent work period and lunch. After lunch, is time devoted to working on research and projects with other peers, reflection, a second wellness break and a teacher-led check-in and wrap up to close off the remainder of the day. Click here to find a typical week’s schedule.