Students, Parents, and Educators experience the benefits of FRE

For parents, Learning One to One and Fontan Relational Education bring two concepts to the forefront that under traditional education just do not exist – Individualized Student Excellence and Accountability.

It is the result of these concepts that drive lifelong success.

  • Personalized learning path and individualized attention for each student.

  • Time is Variable. Excellence is the constant throughout the learning process.

  • Ongoing evaluation and tracking of each student’s learning achievements.

  • The program highlights each student’s potential and strengthens areas of need.

Student Development

The Fontan Relational Educational model is based on ideas of intellectual, social, and moral growth.

Students have an active role in their education by learning to monitor and evaluate their work. The student takes ownership of their learning experience. Educators accompany students as they progress throughout their academic experience. The Student Learning Managers assist students in developing the skills necessary to plan and improve their level of autonomy.

Students and parents have the ability to continue to work outside traditional school hours because Learning Plans are on-line. If on vacation or on a sick leave unable to attend school, students can stay current with their work as long as they put in the time – it’s all online. If the child is a gifted sports athlete, and would like to design a learning schedule around sport training, they can do it.

Through academic work, students discover the importance of what they do, they learn how to research, and develop intellectual autonomy and creativity. From their emotions, students build a meaningful life, develop the capacity to effectively manage challenges, strengthen their self-esteem and go through a process of self-recognition, acceptance and respect.

They learn to solve problems, build knowledge, work to achieve excellence, to self-assess, and work on projects that require creativity and critical thinking. They develop discipline and become decision makers, assume responsibility for their actions, plan ahead, manage their own time, and learn how to effectively work in challenging situations.