We are very excited that our wonderful faculty members are returning to school for pre-planning this week, our campus expansion is almost complete, and our students will begin 2020-2021 school year on August 10.
With that said, FSA is continuing to grow and change! As we expand, we would like to introduce you to some new faces and share the new roles of some you may already know!
Just hover your mouse over the respective pictures below to learn about these new roles and team members!
Mrs. Corinne Sanchez joined the Fulton Science Academy team in 2013. She has taught Kindergarten and 2nd grade at our school before transitioning into a leadership position. For the past two years she has served as our Elementary Curriculum Coordinator and will now be taking on the new position of Assistant Principal of Elementary. She earned her undergraduate degree in Early Childhood Education and her passion for teaching and leading compelled her to complete her Master’s degree in Educational Leadership, concentrating on Coaching Teachers for Performance. Upon graduating, she was awarded the Most Outstanding Program Major award for the Educational Leadership department. Her philosophy as a school leader is to always serve others and put the students first. Her overall goal is to provide students, teachers, and the FSA community with the support they need to help our students achieve great success. She looks forward to taking on this new role in the upcoming school year and is excited to greet familiar faces and meet all of our new FSA Mustangs when the school year officially begins!
Ms. Kaitlyn Black joined the Fulton Science Academy team in 2017. She has taught 3rd and 5th grade at FSA and served as Elementary Team Collaboration Leader last year. She will now be taking on the new position of Elementary Curriculum Coordinator. She earned her undergraduate and masters degrees in Early Childhood Education, as well as a specialist degree focused in Curriculum and Instruction. Her philosophy as a teacher has been to create an environment where students find a sense of joy and wonder in learning through elements such as choice, rigor, and engagement. She is excited to make the transition to a school leader and continue bringing joy to our school by supporting and serving the teachers, students, and parents. She looks forward to taking on this new role in the upcoming school year and is excited to see you all!
as the number of students in our high school continue to grow rapidly, we have added one more high school counselor, Mr. Michael Oz, to our high school team to continue to provide much needed individulized gudance and support to our wonderful students.
Mr. Michael Oz has been working as a School Counselor and College Guidance for over 11 years. He has earned his masters degree (M.A.) in Counseling at Manhattan College and then Professional degree (P.D.) in school counseling in Manhattan College. Additionally, he attended Harvard University’s special certification program for College Admissions.
He has been working as a college guidance in the public and private schools, and also giving services to students in the private setting. He has worked with domestic and international students. He has worked with over 500 students over the years and placed them in over 100 different colleges and universities. Some of top colleges and Universities he helped his students to get accepted to are; Harvard College/University, Princeton University, Cornell University, Duke University, Johns Hopkins University, Emory University, University of Virginia, University of Rochester, Spelman College, Boston College, Boston University, College of William and Mary, New York University, Rutgers University, Lehigh University, Hofstra University, Rochester Institute of Technology, St. John Fisher’s College, Pace University, Fordham University, Robert Wesleyan College, Ithaca College, Long Island University, e.g.
He believes that the college readiness starts as early as middle school years with a comprehensive college readiness support program. His philosophy is to form a balanced profile where students do their best in academics while involving in extracurricular activities where the student can attend the most meaningful activities related to their career choices.