Fulford Academy Programs
Fulford Academy offers in-class programs for grades 6 to 12, for national and international boarding students and local-area day students. We also offer synchronous online courses for grades 6 to 12 students in Canada, and all over the world.
Programs to Fit Everyone
Middle School (Gr. 6-8)
Students in our Middle School program spend much of the day with a dedicated grade teacher who creates a more consistent and sensitive learning environment. For ESL students, our ESL certified teachers provide support in a small classroom environment allowing students to improve their English skills while studying their academic courses.
- Physical Education
- Social Studies
- Language Arts
High School (Gr. 9-12)
Fulford Academy’s High School Program is for students who require individual attention in a small classroom environment to earn Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) credits towards their high school graduation. Our High School Program is ideal for students who have an intermediate to advanced level of English.
To graduate and earn an Ontario Secondary School Diploma, there are three major requirements a student must meet:
- Successfully complete all 30 of the specific required credits
- Successfully complete the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test
- Complete 40 hours of community service
Junior School (Gr. 9-10)
Earn academic credits towards the completion of an internationally recognized Ontario Secondary School Diploma.
Rigorous academics standards prepare our students for success in university and beyond. Earn academic credits towards the completion of an internationally recognized Ontario Secondary School Diploma.
Synchronous Online Education (Gr. 6-12)
Fulford Academy offers online programs from Grades 6 to 12. Our experienced educators provide engaging, dynamic and varied lessons to our online learners through a flexible and supportive format. Our online high school courses, grades 9 to 12, lead to the renowned OSSD - Ontario Secondary School Diploma.
Our 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 online programs, our students enjoy the privileges of a dynamic academic environment with the convenience and flexibility that online learning provides.
No other synchronous online program offers:
Our ESL Prep Program is an intensive English immersion program that is taught using grade appropriate Ontario curriculum content. This structure creates the ideal setting for students to improve their English skills through classroom vocabulary and communication. This program prepares our students to succeed in their language development and allows them to transition into an academically challenging North American learning environment. This Program is ideal for students who need to improve their English skills before entering an academic credit program. .The University Prep program is specifically designed for students who have just graduated from high school but need further academic language preparation to be competitive in an English first language institution.
Students in this program acquire strong skills in vocabulary acquisition, reading comprehension, listening, writing and pronunciation, through studies centered on math, science, social studies and English literature.
Students practice their English language skills and learn more about Canadian culture through projects and activities in class. Our programs embrace a content-rich, high-standards curriculum through which we prepare ESL and University Prep students to become academically successful in their future learning, as well as familiar with the North American culture and social requirements.
Students enrolled in this intensive language program follow the same daily schedule as our Academic Program students, with classes starting at 9:00am and ending at 4:30pm. Our students receive an additional 1.5 hours of supervised study hall (homework period) in the evenings, Sunday to Thursday.