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We believe that attracting and retaining outstanding teachers is the number one key to our success. Ready to apply? Search job openings by clicking the link below.

Our Institutional Priorities

High performing high school

Become a high performing high school that serves and prepares 450 
students in Milwaukee for college.

To and Through College

Increase the number of students who enroll in and complete college.

Leader in Urban Education

Develop a teaching force 
with expertise in urban education.

Join our team

JOIN US as a teacher who is a content expert and has the freedom to design lessons that impact learning and nurture personal development. Dr. Howard Fuller Collegiate Academy’s educators are exceptional in how we form relationships with students. We help them see themselves as scholars capable of a lifetime of success.

We are looking for educators who value their relationships with students and can form authentic connections that help motivate our scholars to learn and thrive. Educators who are knowledgeable about the college-preparation and college-going process and who are willing to learn and work with small groups of students on their goals are needed.

At Dr. Howard Fuller Collegiate Academy:

 

  • Our teachers receive over 200 hours of professional development per year focusing on mentoring, instructional strategies, classroom management, and content-related learning needs
  • We have implementd a holistic approach to teaching
  • Three weeks of culture building, curriculum development and relationship building with all stakeholder groups
  • New teachers receive a peer mentor who works with them throughout the year on all aspects of teaching
  • Mentor training for experienced teachers that develops their capacity to support adult learners and new teachers plus to create a pathway to school leadership

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College acceptance rate since 2012

delivering a college-focused education for over 15 years

Our Mission and Vision

Dr. Howard Fuller Collegiate Academy’s mission is to nurture scholars capable of transforming their world, by sending them to and through college.

Dr. Howard Fuller Collegiate Academy’s vision is to produce responsible leaders through academic mastery, community focused education and the fostering of lifelong learning in any environment.

What does it mean to be a personalized learning school?

Young people who go to college and graduate from college have had people in their corner pushing them to be great scholars and great people early on. We believe that the only way we will be able to diminish the impact of poverty, under-education, and trauma, is by giving every student a mentor to be that person in a student’s corner

We’ve been nuturing scholars for over 15 years

Dr. Howard Fuller Collegiate Academy (HFCA) is a public, charter high school delivering a college-focused education to high school students for over 15 years.

Our graduates are consistently accepted to four-year colleges and universities at a rate of 100% percent over the last seven years.

We do more than prepare our scholars for higher education. We provide them with the skills necessary to effect change in society and help transform their local, national and global communities.

Contact Us:

(414) 873-4014

Dr. Howard Fuller Collegiate Academy

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

© since 2013 by Dr. Howard Fuller Collegiate Academy

Our Eight Character Strengths

  • Love
  • Optimism
  • Zest
  • Social Intelligence
  • Grit
  • Curiosity
  • Self Control
  • Gratitude
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