Discover Fulford Academy: a Grade 6-12 Private School in Brockville Ontario
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News & Updates
Fall 2020 Update
We are excited to welcome our students back in September and are working hard to ensure their arrival and school year is safe and healthy.
Fulford Academy’s mission and vision remain steadfast as we continue to evolve the health and safety protocols within our school. Our commitment remains to nurture and challenge our students to reach their full potential with the intention of embracing our three core values of Courage, Respect and Wisdom.CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS
2020 Virtual Awards Ceremony
Each year at our year-end graduation ceremony, Fulford Academy recognizes students who exemplify what it means to be a Fulford Academy student through school, house, and recognition awards. This year, that celebration looked a little different but our 2020 Virtual Awards Ceremony was one to be remembered!CLICK HERE TO SEE OUR 2020 AWARD WINNERS
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How Fulford Academy Stands Out
Fulford Academy’s individualized approach to learning includes highly differentiated instruction, and an emphasis on Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Arts (STEM+A) to ensure competitive admission to global educational institutions. Offering Advanced Placement high school courses and the ability to complete synchronous online programs, our students are provided with the opportunity to develop the skills they need to succeed in university, the workplace and beyond.
In an intercultural environment, we welcome students regionally, nationally and internationally; our students enjoy the privileges of a dynamic academic and residential/student life program enriched with many social and cultural activities, in order to flourish as individuals.
Fulford Academy Programs
Message from Mr. Scott Murray, Head of School
A Fulford Academy education is simply different. Our small class sizes, our robust club programs, and the house-based community activities help all of the students feel that this is their school. Be they boarding or day students, all Fulford Academy students know that they are surrounded by caring peers and staff members who are striving to provide them with the best-personalized education they can receive.
As a member of BAU Global, we are thrilled to be able to utilize all of the additional resources that we have available to us and our students. Our students are immersed in a differentiated, STEM+A environment in which they are taught the content and skills which will help them to be successful in whatever their post-secondary goals are.
Fulford Academy’s Commitment and Values
We strive to provide our students with the necessary linguistic and academic skills to gain success in the Global learning environment. We actively teach adaptation to Canadian cultural values and social norms which cultivates enquiring minds to develop critical thinking ability. Our students will build their sensitivity to local and Global issues through the application of scientific, technological and cultural knowledge to real world issues.
In our inclusive, nurturing community we are dedicated to the individual success of each student. Fulford Academy’s students will be academically successful, leaders in their future education and careers, as well as active members in the broader community. Our students will be committed to promoting respect for the rights of others. As considerate students, they will be appreciative of human difference and the constructive expression of ideas.
Our commitment is to nurture and challenge our students to reach
their full potential with the intention of embracing our three
core values of Courage, Respect and Wisdom:
The cultural activities and excursions offered are designed to offer students the opportunity to experience something new and perhaps allow them to step out of their comfort zone. By engaging in activities that they have never done before, students develop a stronger sense of self-confidence and independence
Through a thoughtful room-placing strategy, we aim to pair students with those from other countries in an attempt to mix cultures and cultivate friendships amongst all students. Living with students who have different cultural norms and values will provide our students with the opportunity to learn and develop a new found respect for each other, preparing them to be successful within the Fulford environment and in all of their future endeavors.
We prepare our students to excel in the next phase of their education by teaching them how to meet the challenges and grasp the opportunities that come with community living. Our Residential Life Program takes full advantage of providing students the opportunity to enhance their English and lifestyle skills through socialization and engagement in local community activities and initiatives.
About the Town of Brockville
Known as the "City of the 1000 Islands", Brockville is located on the north shore of the Saint Lawrence River and a short drive from Morristown, New York, about halfway between Ontario's Cornwall to the east and Kingston to the west. It is located 115 kilometres south of the national capital of Ottawa.
It is one of Ontario's oldest European-Canadian communities and is named after the British general Sir Isaac Brock. Brockville has a population of just over 21,000+ people and is a peaceful and idyllic community for young people to learn and grow.
About BAU Global
BAU Global Network is comprised of higher education institutions located throughout the world. This international network welcomes students from all over the world and offers the highest standard of education in each of its locations.
Students and graduates of BAU Global form an academic community spread over three continents (North America, Europe and Asia) and in seven countries. BAU Global network comprises 5 universities and 4 language schools and 5 BAU Global Centers.
We at Fulford Academy would like to begin by acknowledging that the land on which we gather is the traditional territory of Huron-Wendat, Anishinaabeg, Haudenosaunee and the Oneida and Haudenosaunee Peoples.
We also acknowledge that some have also gathered on the unceded, traditional Algonquin territory of the Anishinaabe people.
We respect both the land and the people of this land including all Indigenous people who have walked in this place.