At our Spring Open House, discover how Dr. Howard Fuller Collegiate Academy’s prepares scholars to be college, career, and life ready. Please attend either Open House session on Tuesday, April 27 or Wednesday, April 28 at 5 p.m. We encourage you to RSVP to ensure your seat.
At Dr. Howard Fuller Collegiate Academy, we do more than prepare scholars for higher education and careers. We provide them with the skills necessary to affect change in society and help transform their local, national, and global communities.
This event is free and open to the public. The Open House will include a Virtual Open House Tour, live Open House Virtual Discussion event with scholars, teachers, alumni, and more. Please RSVP today using this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/virtual-open-house-tickets-151131992859
For more information, please contact Mr. Hayes at (414) 873-4014 or email@example.com.
OPEN HOUSE RSVP
Attend either session on Tuesday, April 27 or Wednesday, April 28 at 5 p.m. We encourage you to RSVP using the link below.
EXPLORE OUR SCHOOL CULTURE
Attention to our culture is everywhere. Dr. Howard Fuller Collegiate Academy is a nurturing environment with high expectations. We know that an engaged staff and families help create engaged students with a commitment to lifelong learning and success.
We know that families are the experts on their children.When families are engaged in school, their children are more likely to succeed. Dr. Howard Fuller Collegiate Academy actively promotes family engagement and joins in celebrating their successes and accomplishments.
Celebrations are a big part of our school culture. On Friday mornings, scholars, families and staff greet the day with smiles and positive vibes and we celebrate our college-bound culture. Students are frequently recognized for academic excellence and growth, exceeding attendance goals and college acceptances.
Decision Day is a school tradition and one of the most inspiring days of the year. Typically, Decision Day is held in front of hundreds of cheering scholars, families and the community. Last year, the Class of 2020 had to problem-solve around the Pandemic and created this video to share their college decisions with scholars, family and friends. The Class of 2020 eared over $3.5 million in scholarships dollars.
College tours are a key piece to living our mission; It helps our scholars to visualize themselves attending to college. For the vast majority of our scholars, our college tours give our students an opportunity to see a post-secondary institution for the first time in their lives.
Every scholar has regular check-ins with a mentor. As a result, our scholars possess an awareness of self and make decisions that support their personal and professional goals. In addition to their own progress and success, scholars actively advocate for equity and justice on behalf of their families and community.
Our robotics team engaged in their first competition against 23 other teams in 2020. Scholars were inspired by mentors including engineering students from the Milwaukee School of Engineering and Marquette University. Our Robotics Team is just one of many co-curricular and extracurricular activities, athletics, clubs and organizations for scholars.
Scholars at Dr. Howard Fuller Collegiate Academy are actively engaged in creating and producing content across our social media channels. Teachers don’t take the lead anymore. Students do. We believe it is important listen more to students and what they have to say. Last Halloween, scholars in our Technology Ambassador Program created a socially-distanced Halloween special.
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Dr. Howard Fuller
4030 N. 29th Street,
Milwaukee, WI 53216
PHONE: (414) 873-4014
FAX: (414) 873-4344
Office Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 4:15 p.m.
Judith Parker, Principal
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