Fusion students give back to the community and learn the value of service through student volunteering.
Lauren is a senior at Fusion Mission Viejo, and has been a Fusion student since this campus opened nearly three years ago. She attends school in the morning, then heads off to her job in the afternoon. She is very motivated and is planning to attend college after graduation. What Lauren’s teachers have to say […]
Congratulations to Fusion MV’s Teacher in the Spotlight Kosuke Nishimori “Koke” Teacher, Mentor and all around great guy! Kosuke was born in Japan but spent his adolescent years growing up near Redondo Beach in Los Angeles County. Upon moving to Illinois with his family, he attended the University of Illinois – Chicago and received a […]
Noelle Rennard Teacher/Mentor Noelle Rennard has a Bachelor۪s Degree in Psychology, minor in History, from the University of California at San Diego. She earned her Single Subject Teaching Credential in Social Studies and English from California State University, Long Beach. Before joining Fusion, she taught High School and Middle School History and English in San […]
Wow! I’m not sure if everyone is paying attention but there are a number of Summer Olympic Athletes from OC and even more who come here to train. Fusion Academy has been supporting student athletes since 1989. Our flexible scheduling gives student athletes the opportunity to take classes anytime between 7AM and 8PM Monday-Friday ALL YEAR LONG! […]
This question posed by the Huffington Post in early spring helped capture how many US teens feel about their country, their freedoms and all things which are connected or disconnect from the two. It is not unknown that many readers enjoy a little controversy, and that my friends is what I have stumbled upon. Here are some […]
Great speech, we could all try harder to be 7/7ths people. Thanks Jonathan Youshaei “The plane leaves on Saturday. It’s Monday. So why are you already packing?” This would be the question I’d always ask my mom before our annual trip to Los Angeles. She’d respond by telling me that she started packing early in […]
Most people assume that today’s most popular musicians got to the top of the charts through raw talent and sheer luck. Because on-to-one works
When I hung my first shingle, 22 years ago, I had absolutely no idea that that was the beginning of what is now Fusion Academy and Learning Center. I simply knew what I did well, had a strong mission and refused to work for a system that didn’t work. At the time, I was idealistic, […]
Michael Salas, Fusion Mission Viejo student, scared the bejeezies out of Amanda Chamberlain, Master Teacher, when he came to Friday School as a bear! Just had to share this! Make it a great day, everyone, and remember to have some fun and be a little Whacky!