Susan Fischer joined the faculty at the Academic Conservatory at Project Ballet in 2016 as a part time math and science teacher. Since then she has started teaching the lower school history course as well. She enjoys interacting with the students both in and out of class. She attended IPFW majoring in Math Education and minoring in history. After student teaching Mrs. Fischer took a break to spend time at home with her children. She feels very blessed to be part of the Project Ballet family.
Mrs. Fischer and her husband John have been married for 24 years and are blessed with three amazing children. Their oldest children Victoria and Robbie are students at Purdue Fort Wayne. Their youngest Ali is a student at the Academic Conservatory at Project ballet. The family is actively involved in leadership at Grace Point Church of the Nazarene in both children's and youth ministries. In her spare time Mrs. Fischer is an avid reader and loves to spend time playing games with her family.
In addition to her responsibilities as a member of the academic faculty, Mrs. Fischer is also a member of our support staff, helping out at the front desk and with facilities management.