Students at Fidelis Academy learn best when the process is stimulating, relevant, and connected to the world around them. The elementary curriculum offers students a developmentally appropriate program that helps foster a love of learning. At Fidelis we blend the exploration of creativity with the development of important skills and understanding of core content. Our aim is to prepare all students for the demands of the Middle and Upper School curriculum while nurturing their curiosity and spirit of wonder.

Our goal is to maintain an average class size of 12, teachers will personalize their instruction in a student-centered learning environment. The school day offers a vibrant multinational community of learners in a child-friendly space to grow. In this supportive environment we want our students to appreciate the rewards of hard work and strive for their personal best.

Our facilities complement a residential atmosphere, making the learning environment dynamic for our younger students on campus. Our media-rich curriculum embraces emerging technologies that are changing the way students work and learn. Likewise, our science curriculum provides an innovative and collaborative environment through our lab days. Students attend Science Co-lab (K-8 collaborations) on Fridays, which furthers our focus on the creative design process.

Fidelis’s curriculum expands learning beyond the classroom. We take many field trips during the year to enhance learning through experimentation. The social studies curriculum is authentic and inspiring. Our students learn about their neighbors near and far, embrace new languages, and value the rich customs and cultures throughout the world.

Students enjoy learning at Fidelis, and when joyful learners grow into confident students, their success follows.

Sincerely,
Dr. Rose Davilmar
Head of School

Preschool: Age 3 and 4
Students entering our 3 year old program, must be 3 before September 1.
Students entering our 4 year old program or Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten (VPK), must be 4 before September 1.
We accept the State of Florida’s ELC VPK voucher. 
Elementary & Middle School: Kindergarten to 8th Grade
Students entering the Kindergarten class must complete a placement test at least 1 week prior to starting the school year.
Students in 1st to 8th grade must submit their last report card and standardized test scores by the end of  June. 
Home education Partnership Program:
Students attend classes on campus two days a week in a professionally- staffed classroom and study at home under the guidance and supervision of their parents the remaining days. Students have the option to participate in Friday and/or after school athletic and fine arts electives for an additional fee.

Scholarships are available

We accept StepUp for Students, McKay scholarships, Gardiner Scholarships, Family Empowerment Scholarship as well as the AAA Scholarships, The State of Florida Early Learning Coalition of Broward County funding for child care (School Readiness and VPK).

Contact the school office for more information.