The Fulton School
The Fulton School is a small, independent, coeducational, Montessori-based school serving children 18 months old through grade 12.
Nestled on 13 beautiful, wooded acres in the community of St. Albans, we provide an excellent education for children of various backgrounds and learning styles, fostering confidence, philanthropy, and a deep love of learning through independence, initiative, service, and child-centered teaching. Our forward-focused approach emphasizes hands-on learning, critical thinking, and character growth.
The Montessori Method emphasizes independence (to create confidence), concentration (the building block of academic growth), individualized learning (so your child is never bored or overwhelmed), and character (we believe in growing the whole child).
An integral part of our mission is for students to become responsible, respectful global citizens. In addition to domestic students, we have a variety of students who visit through cultural exchange programs, as well as those who study here throughout high school through the international boarding program.
We offer high school varsity athletics, a comprehensive Music Program (that begins in Kindergarten) that gives students the opportunity to showcase their music talents, volunteer and entrepreneurship opportunities, as well as Upper School clubs such as Cooking, Band, Drama, Yearbook and Student Council.
Our school-wide Farm Program allows our students to see the growth cycle of many fruits and vegetables firsthand, while assisting with the care and keeping of small animals. Older students use the farm program in math, science, business, and history, in addition to building character through responsibility, persistence, compassion, leadership, and teamwork. Currently, the students have their own apiary, three goats, and a dozen chickens, in addition to their gardens of blackberries, blueberries, radishes, and other vegetables.
In order to support the many unique gifts and learning styles of its students, The Fulton School also offers a comprehensive Learning Support Program on campus for students who need more one-on-one structure than classroom teachers can provide.
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