Foundation Academy Collegiate

Founded 2011 Grades 9-12

Our scholars spend their high school years preparing—not only for college, but also for leading purpose filled lives.

That's the promise we make to every family and every scholar who walks into our school. 

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At FA Collegiate...

Student orientation includes team-building exercises to prepare our students for the challenges they will meet when they mix with more diverse populations in college. We want our students to thrive beyond their years here. 

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About FA Collegiate

At Collegiate, we celebrate individuals while building a community of learners.

Scholars experience increased independence, enrichment opportunities, and community service expectations. Lessons and assignments reflect the standards they would encounter in a college classroom. 

Scholars are taught how to advocate for themselves as learners, how to communicate professionally, and how to best represent themselves to the outside world. They practice sportsmanship and perseverance through athletics; and share creativity and passions through the arts.

As a result of this extensive preparation, 100% of FAC graduates earn admission to four-year colleges. See our School Profile for 2022-23

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Foundation Academies 22 Grand Street Campus: Foundation Collegiate Academy
Isabel Goss

Isabel Goss, FA Collegiate Principal In-Residence

My "Why..."

“Is to build and support others so that they can see and reach their version of success regardless of the obstacles that they may face."

Mrs. Goss leads FA Collegiate, serving scholars in grades 9-12. She joined Foundation Academy in 2011 as a Middle School Leader of Student Culture. Since joining Foundation, she served in several leadership roles that helped to support and shape our organization and the success of our students.

Prior to her tenure at Foundation Academies, Mrs. Goss taught Spanish and served as a teacher and leader in the Bensalem Township School District where she launched the first Elementary World Language Program for the District. Mrs. Goss has also served as an educator in the West Windsor and Philadelphia School Districts. Mrs. Goss earned a Bachelor of Science Degree from Temple University and her Masters in Education and Administration from Cabrini University.

Resource: the College and Career Success Center

From college and career planning to internships, and enrichment programs to financial resources, the new College & Career Success Center website can help FA Collegiate scholars – and alumni – plan and make progress toward their learning and life goals.

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Foundation Academies Does Not Tolerate Acts of Harassment, Intimidation, or Bullying.

Learn More About Our Schools

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Grades 3-5

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Grades 6-8

Foundation Academy Collegiate

Grades 9-12

Our schools are just a quick car ride to downtown Princeton, a 45-minute SEPTA ride to Center City Philadelphia, or a hop on the NJ Transit Express to New York City.