Fusion Academy and Learning Center reopens in Solana Beach

Making a difference in the lives of San Diego-area students for 20 years, Fusion Academy and Learning Center held a grand re-opening on Nov. 4 as students, parents and educators celebrated the school’s recent move to a beautiful new facility in Solana Beach.

A college-prep, alternative private school for grades 6-12, Fusion Academy and Learning Center, San Diego (www.FusionSanDiego.com) offers a one-to-one student-teacher ratio in a wide array of courses to spark the imagination and enrich the educational experience. The new location – 512 Via de La Valle, Suite 201 – features a larger Homework Café®, a relaxed, fully-staffed learning environment where students can go for guidance, supervision and help with their school work, a small yoga room, open courtyard and brand new state-of-the-art recording studio.

Fusion Academy and Learning Center educators are trained, prepared and qualified to teach students with various learning differences, attention issues and specific needs. For more information, visit www.FusionSanDiego.com.

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Posted by Halie Johnson on Nov 3, 2010. Filed under News, Schools, Solana Beach. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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