Private School Owner Rebrands as Fusion Education Group
Private School Owner Rebrands as Fusion Education Group
American Education Group and Madison Equity Associates are pleased to announce that an agreement has been reached whereby Madison Equity has acquired Little Sprouts, Inc., a leader in early education with 16 locations in the Boston area.
Fusion Academy was featured in CNN's Schools of Thought blog.
The Wall Street Journal covered Fusion Academy's expansion to New York, highlighting the one-to-one classes and personalized approach that set the school apart.
NY Metro Parents Magazine covered Fusion Academy's spread to the East Coast.
Business Insider included Fusion Academy on it's list of the coolest businesses in San Francicso.
Little Sprouts was honored as Small Business of the Year at a luncheon held by the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce.
In recognition of the school's 32 percent growth in three years, Fusion Academy earned a place on the Inc. 5000 list of America's fastest-growing companies.
Little Sprouts, a leader in early childhood education, was named Small Business of the Year by the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce. The recognition is based on strong financial performance, achievement in management, workplace excellence, product innovation, and community and social responsibility.
Fusion Academy's latest campus, located in Woodland Hills, CA, welcomed its inaugural class this week.
The San Jose Mercury News wrote an article about the growth of Fusion Academy to Northern California. Fusion has plans to open three new schools in the Bay Area by September.
On the cusp of opening three additional Fusion Academy & Learning Center campuses in Southern California in the coming months, private school operator American Education Group has announced that it is seeking to expand the successful school model to Northern California by the summer. The Northern California school will be the seventh replication of the model in just over a year.
Researchers at the University of South Florida College of Education and educators at Tampa Day School are collaborating on a research project to determine the impact short bursts of physical activity has on classroom behavior and academic performance for children living with ADHD.
Offering a unique one-to-one learning model tailored to each student’s individual academic and social needs, Fusion Academy & Learning Center Huntington Beach officially opened its doors today to welcome its inaugural class.
Officials at Fusion Academy Pasadena, a new college-prep alternative private school opening in March, today announced that Francisco Ayala will serve as head of school.
Officials at Fusion Academy & Learning Center South Bay, a new, college-prep alternative private school offering students in grades 6-12 a unique one-to-one learning experience, announced today that Tracy-Lyn Forney will serve as the head of school when doors open this March.
An article in the Tampa Tribune outlined the benefits of Tampa Day School's yoga program.
Fusion students spent the day with students from Project HOPE during a field trip to Rancho Las Lomas.
Fusion Academy & Learning Center San Diego is introducing a comprehensive Wellness Program to help its 6th to 12th grade students make healthy lifestyle choices and more easily navigate the landmines of adolescence.
The Grand Rapids Press writes about AEG's impressive growth, driven by high demand for specialized education.
Fusion Academy, a school offering a one-to-one learning experience, now boasts seven campuses across southern California.
Magazine gives Fusion recording studio a glowing review.
Article in Tampa Tribune describes family's commitment to child's education.
Watch this interview with Michelle Gillman and Peter Mikulecky.
Watch how local girlscouts assist Tampa Day School in helping children with reading difficulties.
Girl Scout Troop 1006 devoted over a year to an audiobook and flash card project, which will benefit the students of Tampa Day School and has helped the troop members earn their Silver Award, a prestigious recognition of group service projects.
Excitement filled the Shreiner campus this morning as Good Day Atlanta's "Road Warrior" stopped by to visit the Summer Camp.
On a recent tour through Tampa Day School with Rick Lavoie, Courtney Cairns Pastor of the Tampa Tribune noted the ample opportunity for public praise for both students and staff. This is particularly important for children who were previously not able to achieve a level of recognition at a traditional school due to a learning disability.
Little Sprouts was honored to be awarded the U.S. Department of Education’s prestigious Early Reading First Grant for the third time in a row! One of only 28 early education providers in the country selected, Little Sprouts is also the only private provider in the state of Massachusetts to be selected.
Fusion was proud to be featured in the Del Mar Times and the Rancho Santa Fe Review, with Karen Billing's feature on our personalized approach to education and the LA family that commutes to Solana Beach so that their son can attend Fusion.
Tampa Day School is honored to be recognized in the Tampa Tribune for 40 years of education.
myFOX Tampa Bay highlights Tampa Day School's unique learning environment.
To commemorate their distinguished history, the school will host events throughout the year.
Shreiner's 30th makes the large local paper in Marietta
Susan Leger-Ferraro speaks to Fox Boston about the success of Little Sprouts
Private School Marks 30 Remarkable Years in Education with Community Festival
AEG's Innovative Model Sparks Hometown Interest as Glencoe Invests $10 Million
Little Sprouts in article about taking over child care center.
Private equity firm sees increasing demand for specialized education
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