Fulton Science Academy


Week of April 29, 2019


Dear Students, Faculty, and Parents,

I hope everyone enjoyed their weekend!

Thank you to all of the families that came out to our annual International Night. It was a wonderful turn out and it was so much fun to see all of the performances and try all of the delicious food from around the world and to learn about all of the cultures represented in our FSA family!

Some of our students and staff returned from the end of year Washington DC Trip last night! Make sure to read about their unforgettable trip below! Thank you to all the staff and parents that helped chaperone the trip and give our students these wonderful memories!

Don't forget that we are continuing MAP testing this week. To see the full schedule, please read further below. Parents, please make sure your students come to school having had a full night's rest and have a substantial breakfast the morning of their test.

The deadline is almost here to submit your videos for the STEAM Video Contest so make sure to get your videos in! There are amazing prizes to be won and we want to see your creativity! If you still don't know what the STEAM Video contest is about, watch the video further below!

Don't forget to join our Junior Beta Club for our 2019 Spring Fling Carnival on Saturday May 4th from 2:00pm - 8:00pm to raise funds for the American Heart Association! All students, alumni, and families are invited! To read more about this event please read further below.

It's hard to believe that we are just 2 days away from being in May! This is a lot coming up in this last month of the school year. May sure to look through the May calendar below for important testing dates, and fun events coming up in May.

Everyone have a great week!


To establish an educational framework designed to achieve the highest academic results and instill enduring strength of character by leveraging innovation and STEAM curriculums for college preparedness and lifelong student success.


Fulton Science Academy Private School envisions to be a nationally ranked and recognized school for pre-K through 12th grade, serving advanced and gifted student populations committed to academic success, civic responsibility, global citizenship, and high ethical values within a safe environment that celebrates diversity and is nurtured by the collaborative efforts of its stakeholders and the broader community.

With Warmest Regards,

Kenan Sener,


What's in This Issue:
  • MAP Testing Schedule
  • Middle and High Final Exam Schedule
  • Helpful Link for AP Exams
  • Come on out to D.I. Team Technological Ducks Family Movie Night in Support of their Journey to the Global Finals (Friday, May 3rd) (Information Below)
  • Elementary and Middle School Teams at the Cheetah Cup Math Tournament
  • Brothers Ethan and Austin G. Compete in the GISA track semifinals
  • We did it again! Middle School Math Team at the GCTM Middle School Math Tournament
  • The American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese Poster Competition
  • The Mustang Players Present 'Typecast' (A one act play)
  • Thank you to everyone who came out for International Night!
  • Join us for Spring Fling & Fun Run for the American Heart Association
  • Students Tour Our Nation's Capital
  • And More!

Don't Forget that MAP Testing Continues THIS WEEK!

Make sure that students are in class on time and come to school having had a substantial breakfast and plenty of rest the night before. Please see the full schedule for MAP testing below.

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Counseling Corner

Elementary Counseling Corner

The Character Ed Trait of the Month for April is Tolerance. Tolerance is sympathy or indulgence for beliefs or practices differing from or conflicting with one's own.

April / May Calendar

Monday, April 29 - Tuesday, April 30: Science MAP Testing (3-8)

Monday, April 29 - Tuesday, April 30: Math MAP Testing (Kindergarten)

Monday, April 29 - Friday, May 3: Teacher Appreciation Week

Tuesday, April 30: Professional Speaker Series Presents; Robert Hiller

Wednesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 2: 3 - 8 ELA MAP Testing

Friday, May 3: STEAM Day

Saturday, May 4: AP Mock Exams

  • 8am AP Calc Mock Exam
  • 8am AP Chem Mock Exam
  • 12pm AP Stat Mock Exam

Saturday, May 4: Spring Fling / Fun Run

Sunday, May 5: AP Mock Exams

  • 12pm AP Physics Mock Exam

Monday, May 6: AP United States Government and Politics 7:30am

Tuesday, May 7: AP Physics 1: Algebra Based 11:30am

Wednesday, May 8: AP English Literature and Composition 7:30am - 8:30am

Wednesday, May 8: Professional Speaker for Middle School: McKensie Griffis

Thursday, May 9: Rome Braves Education Day Field Trip (4th Grade)

Thursday, May 9: AP EXAMS

  • AP Chemistry 7:30am
  • AP Psychology 11:30am

Friday, May 10:AP EXAMS

  • AP United States History 7:30am
  • AP Computer Science Principles 11:30am

Saturday, May 11: 8th Grade Celebration

Sunday, May 12: Mother's Day

Monday, May 13: PreK - 3rd Grade Fine Arts Showcase 1:30pm

Monday, May 13:AP EXAMS

  • AP Biology 7:30am
  • AP Physics C: Mechanics 11:30am
  • AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism 1:30pm

Tuesday, May 14: 4th Grade Fine Arts Showcase 1:30pm

Tuesday, May 14: Piedmont Park: Pond Ecosystems Program Field Trip (3rd Grade)

Tuesday, May 14: AP EXAMS

  • AP Calculus BC 7:30am
  • AP Art History 11:30am
  • AP Human Geography 11:30am

Wednesday, May 15: Band Concert 1:30pm

Wednesday, May 15: AP EXAMS

  • AP English Language and Composition 7:30am
  • AP Macro Economics

Thursday, May 16: Orchestra Concert 1:30pm

Thursday, May 16: AP EXAMS

  • AP World History 7:30am
  • AP Statistics 11:30am

Friday, May 17: Senior Breakfast 9:00am

Friday, May 17: Stone Mountain Park Field Trip (5th Grade)

Friday, May 17: Elementary and Middle Textbook Return

Friday, May 17: Locker Clean-Out

Friday, May 17: Middle School Laptop Return

Friday, May 17: AP EXAMS

  • AP Microeconomics

Saturday, May 18: All Sports Banquet 5:30pm

Sunday, May 19: Private Music Spring Recital 2:00pm

Monday, May 20: Tacky Day

Monday, May 20: Elementary Talent Show 8:00am

Monday, May 20: Middle and High Talent Show 1:30pm

Tuesday, May 21: Jersey Day

Tuesday, May 21: 5th Grade Breakfast and Walk

Wednesday, May 22: Hawaiian Luau Day

Wednesday, May 22: High School Laptop and Textbook Return Day

Wednesday, May 22: Last Blast Day

Thursday, May 23: Last Day of School

Thursday, May 23: 8th Grade Graduation 9:00am

Thursday, May 23: High School Award Ceremony 12:00pm

Thursday, May 23: 1st -3rd grade Award Ceremony 12:45pm

Thursday, May 23: 4th - 5th grade Award Ceremony

Thursday, May 23: Middle School Award Ceremony 2:15pm

Thursday, May 23: High School Graduation 6:00pm

Final Exam Schedule

Please note that Middle Schoolers taking these courses will have their finals on the days mentioned.

If you took an AP Mock Exam, please speak with your AP Teacher to see if your mock exam is able to replace your final.

High School Students are allowed to leave once they complete their exams.

Middle School students will follow their regular schedule after the completion of their final.

There will be NO dress down for exams.

May 20th

Monday 8:00 – 10:00

  • Acc Algebra/Geometry A Honors (DUZYOL)
  • Acc Pre Calculus Honors (DUZYOL)
  • AP Calculus BC (DUZYOL)
  • Geometry Honors (ERKAN)
  • Acc Algebra/Geometry A Honors (PROCTOR)
  • Acc Geometry B/Algebra II Honors (RUCKER)
  • Algebra I Honors (RUCKER)
  • Algebra II Honors (RUCKER)

Monday 10:30 - 12:30

  • AP Literature & Composition (CRAIG)
  • Literature Composition Honors (CRAIG)
  • AP Language & Composition (OUTLER)
  • American Literature Honors (ROGERS)
  • World lit

May 21st

Tuesday 8:00 – 10:00

  • AP Physics C: Mechanics (BRAY)
  • AP Physics I (BRAY)
  • AP Biology (KARP)
  • Biology Honors (KARP)
  • AP Chemistry (OLIVER)
  • Chemistry Honors (OLIVER)
  • Physical Science Honors (OLIVER)
Tuesday 10:30 - 12:30
  • Spanish II Honors (CARMONA)
  • Spanish III Honors (CARMONA)
  • Spanish IV Honors (CARMONA)
  • Spanish II Honors (COLON)
  • Turkish I Honors (DUMAN)
  • Turkish II Honors (DUMAN)
  • Turkish III Honors (DUMAN)
  • Spanish I Honors (SURETT)
  • Spanish I Honors (RIOS)
  • Spanish II Honors (SHIELDS)

May 22nd

Wednesday 8:00 – 10:00

  • AP US History (RODGERS)
  • AP World History (RODGERS)
  • US History Honors (RODGERS)
  • World History Honors (STIFFLER)
  • AP Human Geography (RODGERS)

Wednesday 10:30 - 12:30

  • AP Computer Science Principles (ERDEM)
  • AP Statistics (DUZYOL)
  • Human Anatomy/Physiology Honors (BRAY)
  • AP Psychology (PROCTOR)
Bulletin for AP Students and Parents; AP College Board

Click here for some great information for AP Students and Parents including; Test Security and Administration Policies, Student Checklist, Getting Ready for Exam Day, 2019 Exam Schedule

Elementary and Middle School Teams at the Cheetah Cup Math Tournament

Two elementary 4th & 5th grade teams and middle school 6th grade team competed at the Cheetah Cup Math Tournament at Creek View Elementary School on Saturday, April 27th 2019.

Our 4th grade elementary school team placed 1st among 4th grade teams. Our 6th grade middle school team placed 1st among 6th grade teams and also placed overall 1st place among all teams participated at this tournament.

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Individual Placements

· Varun G. 1st place award individual among all 4th graders

· James S. 2nd place award individual among all 4th graders

· Ethan M. 1st place award among all 6th graders

· Ethan M. overall 1st place individual award among all participants

Our 4th grade team worked hard during Friday Elementary Math Olympiad club time with Ms. Rucker and during elementary Math Olympiad workshops with Mrs. Duzyol & middle school math team students – Richard K., Richard Y., Kevin Y., Nick A. and Ethan G.. Mrs. Duzyol and the middle school math team hosted three workshops both semesters for elementary math team students and 6th grade team students. In addition to workshops, 6th grade team students were committed to practice on Monday during Middle School Math Olympiad club time with Ms. Duzyol. We are very proud of our teams’ and students’ success at this tournament. Our students’ and coaches’ hard work paid off. Congratulations Math Mustangs!!

Brothers Ethan and Austin G. Compete in the GISA track semifinals

Top 8 advances to finals

Ethan - Advances to Finals

  • 200m - 1st
  • 100m - 2nd (misses 1st by 0.01 sec)


  • 400m 9th (miss advancing to finals by 0.01 sec)
  • 200m 13th
Austin was one of the youngest participants at the event.

Congratulations to both Ethan and Austin! Way to go!

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We did it again! Middle School Math Team at the GCTM Middle School Math Tournament

FSA Middle School Math Team participated at the 20th Annual GCTM Middle School Math Tournament on Saturday, April 20th! Our middle school math team placed 1st overall among all middle schools participated across GA. One team of eight students participated at this tournament to represent our school.

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FSA Math Team @ GCTM Middle School Tournament

  • Nick A – 1st place
  • Varun G. – 1st place
  • Richard K – 10th place (not pictured)
  • Ethan M – 10th place
  • Charlotte H – 13th place
  • Ishwar H – 15th place
  • Howard X – 17th place
  • Sid S. – 21st place

Furthermore, all of our students placed in the top 21 individually. Nick A. and Varun G. tied for first place overall at the individual level with a perfect score, and Ethan M. and Richard K. tied for 10th place overall individually! Congratulations to all of our students! We are very proud of every member of our team! Coach Duzyol said “This has been another productive and fruitful year for Middle School Math Olympiad Team at FSA. We have a very committed team of students and parents. This team worked hard during Math Olympiad club meetings on Mondays and during many workshops throughout the year! Hard work always pays off! Very happy for our students’ success! J”

Special thanks to Mr. Jason Morgan (Ethan M.’s dad) and Lalita L. (Nick’s mom) for helping us with the ride & supervision of our teams and giving up their Saturday on April 20th. We couldn’t do this without the help of Math Team parents. We are very thankful for your support. Again, congratulations to all students and parents of FSA Math Team! WAY TO GO MATH MUSTANGS!

The American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese Poster Competition

The Spanish Poster competition encourages cross-curriculum collaboration (social studies, art, and technology), verbalizes appreciation for other languages and cultures, promotes creative thinking, celebrates visual learners, and celebrates artistic expression.

The American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese is pleased to announce that First grader Nidhi K. won as the best Spanish poster in the K-3 division, followed by Esma K., who won second place. In the 6-9 grade division, Richard Y. won second place. Nikki Z. won third place in 9th-12th division, while Pranavkrishna S. won 1st place in 6-8th division

Congratulations to these students for this wonderful accomplishment!

The Mustang Players Present 'Typecast' (A one act play)

ON Thursday April 25 and Friday April 26, the mustang players showed everyone the most recent production they have been working on!

Type cast is a one-act comedy revolving around a middle-school play production in which all the roles have been mixed up. The shy and quiet girl ends up playing Prince Charming. The Stage Manager ends up with the leading role. The soccer coach--after a bizarre string of events--ends up directing. Through the course of the production, these characters are forced from their comfort zones, and in the process, end up learning about themselves.

The reviews from staff were full of praise for the cast and directors. Assistant Principal Mrs. Griffis said "Thoroughly enjoyed!! Such a fun show! Great job by all!" while ELA teacher Ms. Crockett said, that Typecast was "a great play and fun for even tiny children!" Principal Sener said, "You have truly made a difference in the lives of our students." Math Department Chair and Head Math Olympiad Coach Mrs. Duzyol said, "I am totally impressed!! I have enjoyed every second of it!! [Ms. Outler and Ms. Rogers] have made such a difference in these students' lives! I am so happy that I was able to attend." And High School Counselor Ms. Agha said, "There are no real words to describe the growth I’ve seen in the personalities I thought I knew. Thank you [Ms. Outler and Ms. Rogers] for your work which has resulted in the growth of our children. You both have put in countless hours. I appreciate you guys beyond what words can express. This play was such a joy!"

Thank you to everyone who came and supported our Mustang Players and fantastic job to Ms. Outler and Ms. Rogers and the whole cast and crew!

Thank you to everyone who came out for International Night!

Come on out to D.I. Team Technological Ducks Family Movie Night in Support of their Journey to the Global Finals (Friday, May 3rd)

Come watch Bumblebee Movie with us, Rated 92% on rotten tomatoes, it is a MUST WATCH Sci-fi Action packed movie.

Fine Print: Cash Only. This is family movie night, parents must be present with children to watch the movie.

$5.00 for Family


$2.00 per Person


There will be popcorn, samosas, cookies, and drinks for sale! Check out the link for pricing!


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Click here to reserve your spot!

Come watch Bumblebee Movie with us, Rated 92% on rotten tomatoes, it is a MUST WATCH Sci-fi Action packed movie. Fine Print: Cash Only. This is family movie night, parents must be present with children to watch the movie.

Join us for Spring Fling & Fun Run for the American Heart Association

Join our Junior Beta Club for our 2019 Spring Fling Carnival on Saturday May 4th from 2:00pm - 8:00pm to raise funds for the American Heart Association!

All students, alumni, and families are invited!

Entrance Fee: $20.00

Activities will include:

  • Inflatables
  • Face Paint
  • Henna
  • Cake Walk
  • Pie Face
  • Dunk Tank for Teachers

Food will be available for purchase including:

  • Bar-B-Que
  • Pizza
  • Kona Ice
  • Cotton Candy
  • Popcorn
  • Turkish Food
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Students Tour Our Nation's Capital

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Twenty-nine students, eight parents, and three staff members spent this past weekend touring Washington DC. The trip began early Friday morning as everyone gathered at the airport for a 6:15 flight. Landing in Baltimore at 8:00 AM, the group met up with their tour guide and bus driver and headed to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue to get a look at the White House and Lafayette Park. As we approached, we saw the Marine One helicopter pass by the Washington Monument with President Trump on his way to speak to the NRA. The group next headed to the WWII memorial where we saw a group of veterans on an Honor Flight visit.

After lunch, our group headed to the Russell building to meet with staff members from Senator Johnny Isakson’s office. Students asked lots of probing questions and learned about what a Senator does and what it takes to work for the Senator. The Senator’s office arranged special passes for us to ride the Senate train to the Capitol building for a guided tour. After dinner and a quick shopping trip at Pentagon City Mall, the group headed to the motel.

Saturday morning’s activities began with a tour of Arlington National Cemetery where we viewed President Kennedy’s gravesite and witnessed the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers. Next it was over to the National Mall and the Smithsonian Museums. Students enjoyed seeing Dorothy’s ruby slippers and Superman’s cape at the American History Museum and the Hope Diamond and gem collection and the butterfly and insect exhibit at the Natural History Museum. The evening’s activity included a trip to the National Harbor along the DC waterfront. There, students enjoyed dinner, shopping (especially the Peep store!), and riding the Ferris wheel.

On Sunday, the group headed to the Air and Space Museum near Dulles airport where we saw the Space Shuttle Discovery and the Concorde, rode in several flight simulators, took in the view from the Observation deck. Then, it was on to the Newseum where students viewed a portion of the Berlin Wall, the 9/11 exhibit, and had an opportunity to sit at the newsdesk and report the news. From there, we made quick stop at the Lincoln Memorial and then headed to the airport for the flight home.

Special thanks to Mr. Turan for planning such a fun and educational trip, Mrs. Sanchez for keeping us healthy and safe, and our parent chaperones Mr. Koenders, Dr. Hall, Mr. Neil, Mrs. Giles, Mrs. Chang, Mrs. Kalayci, Mrs. Fernandez, and Mrs. Killam for keeping track of everyone.


A Message From Nurse Amy

This is to remind you of the importance of getting your son or daughter vaccinated before they go back to school this fall. Vaccines are the best way you can protect your child from a number of serious diseases, including meningococcal disease, and cancers caused by HPV, and whooping cough.

As you are making your back-to-school checklist for your preteen, I encourage you to make sure your sons and daughters get all the vaccines that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends for them at ages 11 and 12. Schedule an appointment today for your child to receive all of the vaccines they need for the best protection. CDC, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), and the National Association for School Nurses all agree that your preteen needs the following vaccines:

  • Meningococcal conjugate vaccine (MenACWY) protects against some of the bacteria that cause meningococcal disease and meningitis. While not very common, these are very serious illnesses and death can occur in as little as 48 hours. Your child will need a booster shot at age 16 to continue providing protection into the late teens/early 20’s.

  • HPV vaccine protects against the infections that can cause HPV cancer. HPV infection is very common and causes more than 31,000 cases of cancer each year in the Unites States; that’s one case of cancer diagnosed every 17 minutes. Both boys and girls should complete the HPV vaccine series before age 13. Preteens need two doses of HPV vaccine, given six to twelve months apart. If you wait, your child may need three doses over six months.

  • One dose of Tdap vaccine as a booster is for continued protection against tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (whooping cough). This vaccine keeps preteens healthy and prevents spread of pertussis to babies who are too young to be protected by vaccination.

  • Preteens and teens should also get the flu vaccine every year, ideally by the end of October if possible.

The State of Georgia requires the Meningococcal (MCV4), and a Tdap (booster) vaccines be done for school entry; to learn more about state immunization requirements, go to: www.immunize.org/laws.

To learn more about adolescent vaccines, please visit CDC’s website for parents about vaccines for children at www.cdc.gov/vaccines/parents, or you can visit www.middleschoolhealth.org for the Middle School Health Starts Here website.

FSA sports banquet coming soon

Save the dates have been shared with all student athletes. The FSA planning committee is hard at work on the 2019 second annual sport banquet. This event is open to all FSA athletes and family members. An invitation with details on the cost, dress code and other aspects of the event will be coming soon. But mark your calendars for May18th from 5 to 8 pm. LAst year in its debut close to 40 athletes were honored. This year there will be close to 100. Including some champions in our midst.

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FSA High School Students are collecting Donations for "Hunger has no Religion"

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With April being national month for volunteering two FSA students Ashi Jain and Serene Haque have embarked on a service project to assist where they can. There is a large amount of people who are affected by homelessness. As this number rises daily there is a scarcity of resources.

Following a presentation to high school in the professional speaker series, two 9th graders decided to lend a hand. They have started a hygiene product drive here at FSA for Hunger Has No Religion, an organization dedicated to fight homelessness in Atlanta. The main purpose of the organisation is to provide homeless people with hygiene care packages to them. Donny Edwards, the founder if Hunger Has No Religion, visited our school recently and enlightened us about the gravity of homelessness and why we should all come together to help. We need your help to collect items such as soap, toilet paper, toothbrushes, toothpaste, and deodorant. Each item collected goes a long way to provide essential and basic hygiene to one who does not have access to this vital necessity. Please donate to this worthy cause as there is no greater satisfaction or overwhelming feeling as the feeling of pleasure and earnest gratitude that is expressed by the people that need us.

Senior Letters!

Within the school, we will offer students the chance to write their seniors a parting Senior Letter.

This opportunity is not exclusive to students and faculty as we want to extend this to outside individuals as well. Seniors letters will be distributed to the students in May before graduation.

Ms. Agha will have envelopes to place your letter if you need one.

To send a letter for your senior, you can give it to Ms. Agha or mail it to:

[Senior Name] - Senior Letter

3035 Fanfare Way

Alpharetta, GA 30009


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Dear Students, Faculty, and Parents,

We are pleased to announce FSA's 4th Annual S.T.E..A.M. Video Contest.

EXCITING TIMES! Once again, we will have a Red Carpets Award Show with fun activities and surprises to celebrate our student's skills in different areas of movie making.

The new Video Submission Deadline is April 30th

Follow this link to submit your video https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeraCX0JrLbGbj_nWaGvtZtxR_mjpEN-HnRAdRzPLOjGcZwTg/viewform


Don't Forget to Sign Up for One or More of the Amazing Summer Camps Being Offered at FSA for Summer 2019


Fulton Science Academy S.T.E.A.M Camp provides fun hands on activities in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics to develop new skills, expand creative thinking, and foster team building and new friendship.


FSA S.T.E.A.M. Camp is taught by award winning staff, occurs in an easy one week day camp format, and is designed to be both fun and full of learning!

Activities include Math Games, Hands-On Science, Multi-Media Art Projects, Robotics, Computer Programming and 3D Animation.

Campers are divided into grade levels to better tailor activities, instruction, supervision, and content for a more engaging and fun experience!


  • June 10 – June 14 or
  • June 17 – June 21

Click the Below Link for Registration:


Camp fee: $375

Checks: Payable to Fulton Science Academy.

You can mail your checks to FSA at 3035 Fanfare Way, Alpharetta, GA, 30009.

Cash/Credit: You can stop by the front office for your payment.

Tel: 678 366 2555 ext:100

If you have any questions, please contact to Mr. Turan at nturan@fultonscienceacademy.org


SAT Verbal

Fulton Science Academy SAT Summer Camp is designed to help students prepare for the rigors of taking the SAT College Board test. We will identify and implement test taking strategies using prerequisite knowledge to increase student performance in the area of English Language Arts. This includes reading comprehension, vocabulary, and writing skills.

SAT Math

SAT Math camp is designed to prepare students for the math section of the SAT. Students will be trained on SAT Math concepts from pre-algebra, algebra, and geometry on top of exploring a systematic fashion of mastering techniques used on the SAT Math Exam. SAT Math Camp is envisioned to equip students with a variety of questioning styles seen on the SAT in addition to cultivate & strengthen their problem solving skills besides their math skills.


· Pencil and eraser

· Small binder

· Calculator (Scientific or preferably TI-84 Plus CE Graphing Calculator



June 10 – June 14 (SAT Math)

June 17 – June 21 (SAT Verbal)


Fulton Science Academy

3035 Fanfare Way, Alpharetta, GA, 30009.

Click the Below Link for Registration:


Camp fee: $750

Checks: Payable to Fulton Science Academy.

You can mail your checks to FSA at 3035 Fanfare Way, Alpharetta, GA, 30009.

Cash/Credit: You can stop by the front office for your payment.

3035 Fanfare Way, Alpharetta, GA, 30009.

Tel: 678 366 2555 ext:100

If you have any questions, please contact to Mr. Turan at nturan@fultonscienceacademy.org


Kids 4 Coding propels kids to Tech Readiness through innovative, hands-on projects and challenges. Students gain an edge in STEM by learning to create and code games, mobile apps, electronics, websites, robots, drones, and more using top programming languages like Python and JavaScript.

Please use the links below to see different class offerings, pricing information, and registration:

1/2 Day Offerings at FSA


Full Day Offerings at FSA



June 3 – June 7

June 10 – June 14

June 17 – June 21

June 24 – June 28

July 8 – July 12


If you are searching for an awesome Summer Camp for kids in the Metro Atlanta, GA area, then you have come to the right place! Our summer camp is perfect for active kids who love to have fun participating in exciting sports activities!


May 27 – May 31

June 3 – June 7

June 10 – June 14

June 17 – June 21

June 24 – June 28

July 1 – July 5

July 8 – July 12

Register using the Link Below:




  • Full Day (8:30AM – 4:30PM); $399/week; (2 snacks provided; Student gets own lunch)
  • Half Day (8:30AM – 12:30PM); $195/week; (1 snack provided; Dismissal before lunch)

Each day, children participate in a variety of enriching activities classified in 4 themes. Children will enjoy STEM educational experience, build motorized Lego® models, conduct science experiments, programming robots, gaming, and do creative art work.


Superheros: June 3 – June 7

Candy: Jun 10 – Jun 14


Direct Registration Link:

Super Heroes Theme Camp – June 3-7:



Candy Theme Camp – June 10-14:



Website Link:



The BioIgnite Design Summer Camp teaches about exciting BioSTEM topics such asBiomedical Imaging, NeuroEngineering, Biomechanics, and Regenerative Medicine. An afternoon design studio teaches students all about the engineering design process and takes them through designing their own prosthetic prototype.


June 24June 28

For Pricing and Registration, Please click this link:



Are you looking for a program that is both fun and educational?

Our 5-day summer camps focus on what students are most interested in while providing a strong foundation of MONEY BASICS.

Wealthy Habits camps aren’t focused on whether a student can memorize the information and pass a test, but on changing their attitude towards managing their current and future finances while providing them with the ambition to learn more even after they have left camp.


June 3 – June 7

June 10 – June 14

For pricing and registration, please click this link;


2019 - 2020 school year calendar

Please note that we have published our 2019 - 2020 Calendar on our School Website as well if you would like to print it.

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FSA Sideline Store

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The site allows the user to select the item, color, logo, and team whether it be academic or athletic; even different sayings! The possibilities are endless! There is everything from cotton shirts to Dri-Fit Nike or UA workout shirts and so much more!




FSAPS Tuition Information: http://fultonscienceacademy.org/tuition-information/

Smart Tuition is the tuition management system used by FSA. In addition to tuition, all incidental billing such as aftercare fees, sports and academic team fees, trips, etc., is also done through Smart Tuition. There is a $50 yearly fee for Smart Tuition.

If you have not set up your account or are having trouble setting up your account, please contact our Business Administrator Abdurrahim Kurt by phone or email.

Phone: (678) 366 - 2555 ext. 105

Email: akurt@fultonscienceacademy.org

Home Visits; A Great Activity for Your Student, No Matter Their Grade Level!

Home visits are a casual way for your child to spend time with his/her teacher in the comfort of their home. Teachers enjoy having a chance to see children in this comfortable environment, doing whatever makes them most happy and spend time with children and their parents outside of a regular school day.

Here is some feedback from our parents:

  • “Early in the school year, a group of teachers took the time to come to our home to meet us and discuss the school program with us. That event brought us back to the time in which schooling was a true partnership between parent and teacher and reaffirmed in our minds that FSA truly cares about the development of our children”
  • “We even had two teachers visit us at our home. They were a pleasure to meet and we could clearly see how much they enjoy teaching students.”
  • “Thank you very much for your visit and the chocolates yesterday. We enjoyed having you over very much. I also want to thank you for turning math from the most complicated and somewhat scary subject into one of our most favorites.”
  • “We all enjoyed your visit last night to our home. It was such a pleasure to informally get to know both of you. My son thought it was really cool that two teachers came to his house. He talked about it the whole way to school this morning in carpool. Personally, I admire the dedication you both have for your jobs. It makes a big difference in a student’s attitude toward school. Your visit left no doubt in my mind that FSA was the right decision for my son.”
  • “I just wanted to write on behalf of my husband and I and thank you for visiting our child. He loved having you both come and visit. We appreciate the level of caring and attention that you have consistently shown our family. It is rare to see such a dedication from teachers for their jobs. We can tell that you love teaching and you care for our children. Thank you for visiting our child when he was not feeling well.”

How can I schedule a home visit?

Very simple.

To schedule an elementary school home visit: Simply email junal@fultonscienceacademy.org with some suggested dates/times, as well as your students' name(s) and homeroom assignments. Ms. Unal will be in touch to confirm final details.

To schedule a middle or high school school home visit: Simply email sduman@fultonscienceacademy.org with some suggested dates/times, as well as your students' name(s) and homeroom assignments. Mr. Duman will be in touch to confirm final details.

Depending on our teacher’s availability, at least two teachers will be together to visit our students and parents at their homes. The best times to schedule a home visit are weekdays after 5:00 pm, and anytime during the weekends, except Sunday mornings. For any questions you have about this program, send an e-mail to homevisit@fultonscienceacademy.org

Attendance Matters!

Please remember that

Middle and High School Students have College Guidance and Enrichment

from 2:40pm - 3:15pm.

It is very important that students do not miss this time of their school day.

Parents and High School Students, please remember that first dismissal for High School Students is not until 3:15. High School students should not walk out of the building for dismissal until 3:15pm.

If your child will be absent please send an email to attendance@fultonscienceacademy.org

on the morning of the absence.

For full attendance policies please see the student handbook.

School Medicine Policy 2018 - 2019 (Includes FAQ)


Aspirin, Tylenol, Neosporin, and other patient over-the-counter drugs are not available through FSAPS. Should you wish for your child to have access to these medications, you must sign an
‘Authorization to Administer Medication Form’ and leave a supply with the front office.


The medication to be administered by designated school personnel must be sent directly from the pharmacy or physician’s office or brought to school by the student’s parent/guardian. The school must receive an ‘Authorization to Administer Medication Form’ signed by the student’s physician and/or parent/guardian.

The following information must be printed clearly on the medication container:

  • Student’s Name

  • Name of the medication

  • Dosage

  • Time the medication must be taken.

    Bring in only the amount of medication that is needed for a school day. In the case of prolonged need, send in the amount for a clearly specified period. Written authorization to dispense medications shall be limited to two weeks unless otherwise prescribed by a physician. Medication shall only be dispensed out of its original container, which must be labeled with the child’s name. Extra medication will not be sent home with a student. All medication will be kept in a secure location in the clinic and/or front office.

Parents, please remind your students that if they are feeling unwell that they need to first visit the clinic and be assessed by our school nurse, who will then call you in the event that the student should go home. Students should not use their phones during the school day to contact parents.


  • Does the school provide medications?

No. The school does not provide medication. The student's parent or guardian must bring the student's medicine to the front office or school clinic, along with an "Authorization to Give Medication" Form.

  • May the parent/guardian bring and give medications to their student?

Yes, a parent/guardian may come to school and give their child medication. Parents should still follow the visitor sign in procedures.

  • Where can I find Authorization Forms?

Authorization forms can be found at the front desk or school clinic.

  • Why do I need a doctor's health care provider's note for adult strength over-the-counter medication when my health care provider has told me it is appropriate for my student's weight (or condition)?

The school nurse wants to protect your child and must follow guidelines for dosage recommended by the manufacturer.

  • How do students get their medications during after school hours?

The principal, along with administration and the school nurse will determine by whom and how medication will be secured and administered during after school hours.

  • Why do medications have to be in the original container?

The original container provides information from the manufacturer about over-the-counter medications, including the name of the medication, the proper dose, how the medication should be given, how often the medication should be given, possible side effects, and when the medication is no longer effective (an expiration date.)

The original prescription container includes the name of the medication, the patient's name, the prescribing licensed health care provider, the proper dose, how and when it should be given, when the medication expires, and the pharmacy where the medication was purchased. All of this information is necessary for the school nurse to administer medication in a safe manner.

  • What if my child's medication or dosage changes?

Parents/Guardians must inform the school nurse of any medication changes. New medication or different doses will not be given unless the parent completes a new medication form. The information on the prescription bottle label must match the new consent form.

  • Can my child take herbal medication at school?

No. Over-the-counter diet pills, vitamins, dietary supplements, including minerals or herbs will not be given.

  • May my child carry cough drops at school?

No. Cough-drops must be left in the clinic along with a completed "Authorization to Give Medication at School" Form.

  • May my child carry over the counter medication at school?

No. It must be left in the clinic along with and "Authorization to Give Medication at School" Form.

  • Can my child carry his/her Epipen, Insulin, or Asthma Inhaler at school?

Yes, students may carry inhalers and Epipens or insulin with a completed "Authorization to Carry Prescription Medication" Form. You can get this form from the school nurse.

  • Why is there a place for the health care provider to sign the authorization form for my child to carry their inhaler/epipen at school?

The health care provider's signature indicates that your child has been instructed on the proper use of their inhaler/Epipen and that your child is responsible for administering it to himself/herself without supervision.

  • Why do I have to have a prescription label on the inhaler/Epipen?

The prescription on the inhaler/epipen includes the child's name, how often it is to be used, and what dose is appropriate for your child. It is difficult to keep the label directly on the inhaler/epipen.

  • If I give my child Tylenol for a fever, can I still send them to school?

If the fever is more than 100.9 degrees F before you give them Tylenol, then your child cannot come to school. Your child may return to school when his/her temperature is below 101 degrees F without Tylenol or any other fever reducing medication for 24 hours, if s/he feels well and is not showing signs of illness.

  • If I give my child Tylenol for aches and pains can I still send them to school?

You child is welcome at school while taking Tylenol or any other over-the-counter medication for an injury, dental work, etc. However, if the medication is for a sore throat, earache or flu like symptoms, please keep them at home.

  • Why can't I put medicine in my child's lunch box if he/she has to take medicine at lunch?

Medication in a lunch box could be lost or taken by another child. If a staff member found the medication it could be considered an illegal drug with consequences according to the Code of Conduct. Medications must be brought to the front office or school clinic by parents/guardians in the original and properly labeled container.

  • If I treat my child for lice can I send them back to school the same day?
Yes. Please bring your child free of live lice back to the school nurse to be rechecked.
  • Why do I have to bring in a box top to verify lice treatment?
A box top from the product provides the School Nurse with the treatment type that was used and confirms that treatment was provided for the child since a prescription is not necessary.
  • How much time do I have to get to the school if the nurse calls me to pick up my child because he/she is sick?
You, or a person you designate, should arrive within one hour of being called. Most school clinics have an area where your child can rest for a short period of time. If your child has a fever of 104 degrees F or higher, you, or a person you designate must arrive as soon as possible.
  • How long will my child's over-the-counter medication be given at school?
Over-the-counter medication may be given with the parent/guardian permission as needed throughout the school year. A health care provider's note is required for over-the-counter medication that is given for more than 10 consecutive school days.
  • What happens to my child's medication at the end of the school year?
All medications not picked up by parents/guardians by the last day of school will be destroyed.
  • May my child share over-the-counter medication with another student?
No. Students may not share any medication, whether over-the-counter or prescription. Doing so could be a violation of the Student Code of Conduct and could also result in the student losing his/her privilege of carrying medication on his/her person.
  • Why should my child take the first dose of new medication at home?
We want your student back to school as soon as possible after an illness, diagnosis, or medication change. It is for the safety of your student that you observe him/her for any unsuspected reactions to a new medication and report it to the prescribing licensed health care provider.

aftercare hours reminder

Parents, please be reminded that After - School Care is provided every day from 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm for a fee of $15.00 per day or $200.00 for the month. We ask that parents pick up any remaining students by 6:00 pm, and no later, as the school closes at 6:00pm. Sometimes our Academic Teams will stay later, but these students are not considered to be in After-Care. There are also sometimes outside organizations that use our facility for sports events, so it may look like there are still plenty of people here, but these more often than not, do not include aftercare students. Thank you for your understanding.

FSAConnect mobile App

Dear Parents,

We are happy to inform you that now you can check fsaconnect by mobile app.

Here is how you can access the app:

ITunes App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/radix-mobile/id1159005166?mt=8

Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.radix.radixmobile

The links can also be found at the bottom of your connect page by the other social media links.

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A pop-up banner will appear on top of the screen when users access the school connect on their mobile devices.

Site link: https://fsaconnect.fultonscienceacademy.org

Username: fsaconnect username

Password: fsaconnect password


JOIN FSAPS REMIND HERE: https://www.remind.com/join/fsaps

We have created a remind account to keep our community informed and up-to-date with what is happening at our school.

By joining "FSAPS remind," you will receive messages via push notifications, SMS, or e-mail. We recommend SMS option for our families and students.

We will use this tool as an addition to other communication portals we use at our school to keep our families apprised of what's happening at Fulton Science Academy. Thank you.

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Please connect with us online and grow our social media following!

FSA is proud to be building a strong social media presence and we encourage you to follow us using one or more of the following links:



If you subscribe to our YouTube channel, you will receive notifications whenever we upload a new video.



Many of you already follow our Facebook page. If you are not yet connected, please “Like" our Facebook page.



We post lots of pictures on our Instagram account. You will enjoy seeing new pictures every day.



So many of you have LinkedIn accounts. To get news about our school on LinkedIn, simply follow our schools’s LinkedIn page.



Twitter is a great way to get updated about school. Simply follow our school on Twitter to get recent tweets from our school.

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