Our mission is to ensure that all of our students secure the academic knowledge and skills to prepare them for the nation's finest colleges, and to instill in them the core values of caring, respect, responsibility, and honesty.
"The teachers at Foundation Academies hold us to high standards because they know we can achieve more than we were set up to achieve."
Sundus Reshid, Class of 2018
"I am grateful for my experience at Foundation Academies. Foundation has pushed me and helped me realize I can accomplish all my dreams."
Kayla McKellar, Class of 2020
“Foundation has turned me into a great student, a great leader, and also a great person. I will use all of the social, emotional, and academic skills I’ve learned here throughout my entire life."
Ari Jenkins, Class of 2021
"My time at Foundation Academy Collegiate was the best 4 years of my life so far. The best part by far was the amazing teachers and staff who supported me from start to finish."
Jackie Gutierrez, Class of 2020
"Thanks for helping to build my tireless work ethic! As hard as things seemed during my college career, I always felt motivated to keep pushing through."
Camille Echols, Class of 2016
Our vision is to create a wide range of intentional learning experiences in a joyful, inclusive, and culturally responsive environment so that all our scholars can develop the knowledge and skills necessary to fulfill their purpose.
Prepare for College and Beyond
Navigating the road from Kindergarten to and through college. Our four schools are educating and empowering Trenton's youth to pursue a life of achievement and to become the next generation of compassionate, honorable leaders.
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Bold, All-Hands-On-Deck Positivity
Foundation Academies’ students, teachers, families, donors, and volunteers welcome with open arms, lead with compassion, speak up with passion, and are dedicated to a shared mission of youth opportunity and positive community achievement.
Welcome to our Family-Like Culture
Collaborating closely and openly with parents is essential to providing students with the very best education. We communicate often, celebrate transparency, and happily welcome questions, feedback, and involvement.
Foundation Academies Does Not Tolerate Acts of Harassment, Intimidation, or Bullying.
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Make an Impact the World Will See
Public urban education isn’t for everyone, but it’s the calling of our staff—and we answer it with conviction, pride, and dedication. We’re difference-makers who go all-in. Our purpose is to ensure an excellent education for all students, positively influencing the lives of the Black and Brown students we serve.
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for Future Generations
As a free public charter school, Foundation Academies students receive $7,317 less funding per student than their peers in Trenton’s traditional public district schools.
The result? Seven consecutive years of 100% college acceptance.
With such a powerful return on spending, can you imagine how many more students we could educate, nurture, and empower to go to college if more donors made it possible to bridge the funding gap?
Join Our Mission, Change Lives, and Have Fun!
By guest judging a contest, speaking on a panel, conducting mock interviews, or serving on a committee, you can have a lot of fun while helping to make a difference in the lives of our kids.
¿Prefieres leer en español? Vea la historia a continuación. Attention FAmilies: we are collaborating with KinderSmile to provide dental services for FA students at the high school! Dental services are voluntary, confidential, and include: screenings, cleaning, fluoride treatment and referrals if necessary. Dental services will be available on the following dates: Friday, November 5th from 9:30am to 12:30pm in the high school gym for all high school students. You MUST complete & submit the consent forms for your high school student by Wednesday, October 27 at 3:30 p.m. to participate. Tuesday, November 9th from 9:30am to 12:30pm in the K-8 gym…CLICK HERE TO READ MORE /// HAGA CLIC AQUÍ PARA LEER MÁS
Picture day is here! Every year represents a new memory and a new milestone. Students must wear their uniforms to school for picture day. Primary School (grades K-2) Tuesday 10/19 Code EVTSKFVK7 Intermediate School (Grades 3-5) Wednesday 10/20 Code EVTV76TWG Middle School (Grades 6-8) Thursday 10/21 Code EVT7DHZVZ * Students cannot bring money to school before picture day. Teachers will not collect money from students. * Students will give their order forms directly to the photographer on picture day. The exact dollar amount, including the sales tax, must be enclosed. The tax amount is indicated on the order form. The photographer and…CLICK HERE TO READ MORE /// HAGA CLIC AQUÍ PARA LEER MÁS