Read a transcript of a panel discussion and Q&A around the important topic of anxiety.
Learn more about Fusion Los Gatos teacher, Debby Jensen, in this spotlight post by her Head of School, Melissa Mayes.
How can kids develop resilience? And how does a personalized environment help?
How important is it that our kids have a good balance of confidence, self-esteem, and approval? Dr. Carol Langlois shares her thoughts with us in this guest blog.
Read Ahmad's story and about one of his recent ah-ha moments...
Watch the incredible stories of two Fusion Scholarship recipients.
Want to be more grateful? Read how here.
National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo, occurs every November. What does that mean? Hear about one teacher's journey and how she involves her campus!
Read Hope's essay on what it is like coming to Fusion Academy.
Not many Fusion teachers can say they were once parents, but my story is different. Read about how Fusion changed my family's life, and why I wanted to be a part of making that happen for others.
What does it look like to be mindful of our emotions? And what power do we have to change them?
Did you know you have the power to change your brain? We get to train our brains on how to think. Mindfulness can help us increase our positive thinking and diminish negative thoughts.
What is school for? Why do some schools have the same model and ideals that they did 100 years ago? What would it look like if education included more personalization and creativity?
Fusion Academy history has been made! Three new campuses opened on the very same day: September 5th, 2017. Read how the very first day of school went for each of our newest campuses.
As your kids are going back to school, it's an important time as a parent to become involved with their experience. Read on for ways to make this the best school year yet.
Being mindful of your breathing can help calm you down, and keep you healthier! Read on to learn more...
Dr. Shefali Tsabary presented to the Chicagoland area on April 26th, sharing wisdom about conscious parenting.
Read about and listen to a teacher/student collaboration of Indian classical music at Fusion Pasadena.
Fusion's Vice President of Education shares her thoughts on Micro Schools, and her own personal experience with a small school environment.
How can thinking like a scientist make the world a better place?
What exactly is mindfulness? This topic seems to be everywhere, and the practice is ever-evolving. Learn more from Jessica Diktas, a member of our Fusion Englewood team.
Stressed? Follow these tips from one of our teacher/mentors to help boost your energy and mood.
Read how one student used art to work through fear-driven anxiety.
Stressed? Read some tips on how to improve your wellness during the holidays, or any season, from one of our Huntington Beach, CA teachers.
At Fusion, we love graduation! It's a time of great celebration, and this graduation was extra special. Hear the story of Fusion Oak Brook's first graduate, Jackson, and read a note from his mom about their Fusion experience.
Music is an incredible medium to express yourself. Read one student's story of how a song helped her overcome her anxiety.
Learn about how our students are working together and building robots through our Fusion Forums.
Ever tried to write a novel in a month? Some of our teachers have, and share what that process looks like.
Read all about the incredible things our science teachers are doing in their classes!
Read about Robby Meehan, a Fusion Academy Woodbury student. His true passion is snowboarding, and he takes classes at times that work around his demanding schedule...with awesome results.
Searching for a new school? Hear from an expert about important things that families commonly miss.
We all know sleep is important...but just how important is it?
At Fusion, teachers are more than just teachers. They're also mentors who build positive relationships with each student.
Combat summer learning loss with some tips for your teen.
Change can be hard, but read one inspiring story of how you can initiate beyond that fear of change.
Learn about the pros and cons of technology and your teenager.
What are some things to look out for as you transition from summer back into the school year?
Music is a powerful medium that one professional uses in her practice and in her personal life.
What happens when you combine science and cooking? An awesome elective class at Fusion Southlake.
At Fusion we don't use the word "lazy." We've banned it, knowing that there's always a deeper issue.
Math can be a tough subject. Some of our math teachers share their unique strategies to teach students who don't love the subject.
To say that Fusion teachers are creative is an understatement.
Adolescence is a unique phase characterized by rapid physical, social, emotional and cognitive growth. Learn more about how to encourage positive growth in this season.
One Fusion student and his family took a trip where he stepped into the role of teacher.
We love it when students and parents keep in touch to let us know how they're doing. Hear about one student's success post-Fusion.
Read tips on how to keep your child's mind mentally sharp and academic-focused during the summer months.
Graduation, like everything at Fusion, is incredibly unique. Read the story of Fusion South Bay's ceremony, including one very special tribute.
Using the acronym RAISE as a toolkit, Dr. Carol Langlois gives us advice on the components of building healthy self-esteem.
Louise Cohen-Silver is an American Sign Language (ASL) teacher at Fusion Brooklyn. Read her story here.
There's a wall. An innocent egg sits atop it, and crash! A murder mystery is upon the Fusion Mission Viejo campus. Join them for their Fun Night adventure...
What are we doing to our kids in the name of college? Read a story by Fusion Academy's Founder, Michelle Rose Gilman.
Four Princeton students were able to be a part of "The Holocaust Project" and in this post we get to hear about their experience.
A letter from Fusion Academy's Founder, Michelle Rose Gilman, giving you an important message about how your kids have time to be kids.