Fusion Academy has gone 100% virtual

Live, one-to-one instruction

First and foremost, we sincerely hope that everyone in the Fusion community remains safe during these difficult times. Almost every Fusion employee is working remotely. As of March 16, 2020, all of our campuses have transitioned to 100% virtual, live one-to-one instruction. If you are a Fusion parent, your campus has been and will continue to be in communication with you about your child. Also, read our Welcome to Fusion Virtual@Home instruction booklet, available from your campus team. This resource provides guidance for all current Fusion families.

If you are a parent interested in Fusion for full-time or part-time programs, we are still enrolling students and will start them with virtual instruction. Fill out the form below to get connected to your local campus. Our staff is working remotely, but are still connecting with families.

Thank you for your patience and trust as we all adjust to this new way of operating.

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"I wanted to let you know that the first day of virtual classes went very well for Sebastian. He was anxious about the thought of not going to school last week when the news came out. But found out today that it was fine. Of course, he missed seeing the other kids (though he saw some virtually in homework café) and misses seeing the teachers in person, but he recognizes this is necessary. I overheard some of his side conversations with the teachers and was actually impressed with how seriously he takes his classes and with the good rapport he seems to have with the teachers. This is something I would not have experienced if we were not in this situation. I also wanted to let you know that I recognize this is not easy for any of us, but appreciate you and the teachers making this work without an interruption in learning. Thanks and stay well."

– Fusion Parent