99 out of 10GreatSchools

Robert C. Fisler Elementary School

Fullerton, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades K-8
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  • Enrollment: 919


Robert C. Fisler Elementary School
1350 Starbuck Street
Fullerton, CA 92833
(714) 447-2890
Robert C. Fisler Elementary School is located in Fullerton, CA and serves grades K-8.It received a GreatSchool rating of 9 out of 10
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Student Diversity



Pacific Islander
Two or more races

Reviews28 Reviews

I currently attend this school, and I think it is really fun. They teach us a lot with technology, which is something most schools don't do.
Robert C. Fisler School does whatever that is needed to ensure student safety and effective learning. The school also works continuously toward building a positive school culture to maintain and accomplish this. They take every opportunity to welcome parent and community voice by having various teams such as English Language Advisory Committee, School Safety Committee, Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports, School Site Council, Parent Teacher Student Association, Fisler Foundation for the Advancement of Science and Technology, and more. They teach their students to be a Navigator, one that is Kind, Safe, Respectful, and Responsible. Themes based on mindsets for learning are implemented and emphasized throughout the year with school activities and events to build empathy, flexibility, persistence, resilience, and optimism. These include: a New Student Program, where new Navigators feel welcomed to be part of the Fisler Family. Celebrating Diversity through All the Arts, where the community spends a week celebrating differences and similarities through music, art, theatre, and dance. The Great Kindness Challenge, where students are taught the importance and effect of kindness, pledging to continue this movement permanently. Staff, teachers, and administration truly does work endlessly in making sure that Robert C. Fisler School is a home away from home for all their students and community.
The school system is good, but if you are not Korean you will not fit in. The majority of parents won’t even bother to talk to you, they are very stuck up. If you are a transfer here they try to get rid of you as soon as possible. Other schools have the same education system and you will feel more included. Overall this is a good school, but some ethnicities, like ours, don’t fit in.
My kids and I are having a great experience at Fisler School. The quality of instruction and use of technology far exceeds that of any other elementary or middle school in the area. I am especially grateful for Mrs. Lee, the principal. It is apparent that she cares deeply for every single child who passes through Fisler. I recommend Fisler for any parent that wants their child to excel!
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