Family Handbook

Dr. Howard Fuller Collegiate Academy is committed to providing our students with a quality education that will help our scholars experience success in college. The mission of Dr. Howard Fuller Collegiate Academy is to nurture scholars, capable of transforming their world by sending them to and through college. Our mission drives our practice and our expectations. This handbook serves as a tool for establishing expectations, rights and responsibilities of the students and families of Dr. Howard Fuller Collegiate Academy. We believe that the outlined expectations will provide a safe and orderly environment that creates appropriate conditions for learning for our scholars and helps us to fulfill our mission.

We encourage families to read and discuss the Family Handbook together, as it will serve as a guide for our students to be successful at Dr. Howard Fuller Collegiate Academy. The handbook does not replace regular, ongoing communications from the Academy to students and parents/guardians. As information changes and/or new policies are put into place, we will communicate those in writing.

 

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To download a copy of the 2019-20 Family Handbook, please click the link below.

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