The Fulton School, founded in 1987, provides a well rounded course of study that fosters a delight for learning and seeks to help students recognize personal worth. By engaging students in a strong, interactive curriculum balance with involvement and activities, We mold well-rounded, confident students who are prepared to meet the challenges of today’s world.
Our diverse student body consists of students spanning preschool (ages 2-5) through 5th grade. Our 6th-12th grade program is run by our sister Charter school Pioneer Technology & Arts Academy (ptaaschool.org) which further consolidates their engineering and technology program in middle and high school grades.
Suzanne Nash and Norma Morris founded The Fulton School, selecting Dr. Bernard Fulton (1910-2009) as the school’s namesake. Dr. Fulton’s work in Dallas began in the late 1930s at Texas Country Day School, now St. Marks, where he served as Assistant Headmaster, Military Commandant, teacher, and coach for 13 years.
Whether a child is just approaching pre-kindergarten or ready to begin their educational journey of lower school and middle school grades we strive to foster a love for learning and seek to help students recognize personal worth.
We engage students in a strong, interactive curriculum balanced with involvement in extra-curricular activities.
The Fulton School molds well-rounded, confident students who are prepared to meet the challenges of today’s world. We know that if students love learning, their ambition to pursue excellence becomes second nature.