Great in theory, but VERY uneven in the execution. Teachers range widely in ability. There is HIGH staff turnover. Overall experience is very uneven. And the cost will take your breath away.
- submitted by a
December 15, 2012
First, the tuition is astronomical (more than most colleges per year) and the real academic expectations of students are the bare minimum; It's basically a degree mill for the "1% ers" out there whose kids have been kicked out of 2-3 schools before they show up at Fusion. The parents have nowhere to turn, and Fusion is definitely a better option than boarding school. If you can afford the $27,000 a year , give or take, then your child will get a good experience, as attention is paid to students emotional as well as academic well being. Just realize that when push comes to shove, you will have essentially bought them a high school degree.