Fusion Academy Denver Invites Community to School Showcase

(Denver – April 10, 2023) When the pandemic repeatedly sidelined a timely grand opening, Fusion Academy Denver skipped the formal ribbon cutting and instead will open its doors to the community and celebrate the creativity of its students and mentorship of its teachers.

“The Denver community embraced us from our humble start in 2019,” said Emma Kilcullen, Fusion Academy Denver Director of Outreach. “Our students have so much to celebrate, and we are excited to share that with the community. Expect plenty of boastful bragging!”

Fusion Academy, the national leader in personalized one-to-one education, opened its first Colorado campus in September 2019. The COVID pandemic repeatedly delayed a formal grand opening of the education provider’s 54th campus.

Denver community members and members of the media are welcome to attend the celebration. The event will include a food truck, student performances, and showcases of artwork.

What: Fusion Academy Denver Community Showcase

When: Thursday, April 13 from 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Where: 5340 South Quebec Street, Suite 100N, Greenwood Village, CO 80111

Fusion Academy President Jeff Poole will be in attendance and available for media interviews about the education provider’s continued growth. Fusion Academy Boulder County became the national education company’s second Colorado campus in August 2022.

Community members are encouraged to register in advance here. Media should contact Fusion Academy Head of Strategic Communication Karen Craven at kcraven@fusionacademy.com.

Founded in Solana Beach, California in 1989, Fusion Academy’s approach to learning is grounded in its one-to-one model of one teacher to one student, with different teachers for different classes. Fusion’s model of tailoring students’ learning journeys according to their strengths and learning preferences ensures students master subjects at their own pace. Fusion works with students in three key areas to help them develop the self-determination they need to be successful adults in society, these areas include self-confidence, self-advocacy, and goal setting.


About Fusion Academy: Fusion Academy is part of Fusion Education Group (FEG), which provides accredited personalized education for middle and high school students. Fusion Academy has 80 campuses in 18 states and the District of Columbia that offer one-to-one instruction. Learn more about Fusion’s personalized approach to learning here.

Media contact:
Fusion Education Group
Karen Craven
Head of Strategic Communication