Childcare and Daycare Programs Parents Need to Know About
Nurturing your young child’s learning is important for their growth and development. These childcare and daycare programs offer your child excellent care and educational opportunities.
Children experience a learning environment which engages them in exploration and play. Encourage early learning with the SOUNs program for early literacy, create artwork and learn independence as well as practicing their fine and gross motor skills.
The Frazer Center’s Child Development Program serves children from birth to five years old with and without disabilities. All children benefit from being in an inclusive environment with instruction that addresses their individual uniqueness and developmental stages.
Gems Learning Academy is committed to providing fun and educational childcare programs that promote your child’s social, emotional, physical and cognitive development. These childcare professionals share a passion for helping children reach their maximum potential.
KinderCare programs give children a foundation they can build on. The local daycare centers offer year-round childcare and early childhood education for kids ages 0-12.
Little Sunshine’s Playhouse & Preschool is an award-winning, all-inclusive preschool program serving families with children ages 6 weeks through pre-kindergarten across the country. Dedicated educators, tight security and the connection to parents set this preschool apart from other programs.
A ministry of Morningside Presbyterian Church, Morningside Presbyterian Preschool is a half-day preschool located in the heart of Atlanta serving children ages 15-months to Pre-K. MPP believes in inclusivity, welcoming students, families, and teachers of all faiths, ethnicities and backgrounds to its diverse community.
At Seeds of Wonder Journey School, children learn through play in a warm and nurturing environment, using research-based methodologies to lay the foundation for them to develop a lifelong love of learning. Small class sizes allow children to receive personalized attention and care.
The Sunshine House Early Learning Academy focuses on igniting passion for learning and preparing your child for success in school and in life. Daily instruction and activities target nine essential developmental areas, including social-emotional, physical and language.
Atlanta Montessori Schools
Founded in 1970, Arbor is one of the largest and oldest Montessori schools in the Southeast, serving 300 students from ages 18 months to 14 years. Arbor is one of only two Montessori schools in Georgia accredited by AMI, SACS and SAIS.
Atlanta Montessori International School is an AMI-accredited Montessori school for children ages 8 weeks to 15 years. The campuses in Cliff Valley and Druid Hills provide a high-quality, authentic Montessori education that aims to foster independence, global awareness, creativity, and a deep love of learning.
Founded in 2008 by Gina Ward, an AMI trained teacher and director with 26 years of experience in Montessori Education, Carlisle Montessori School closely follows Dr. Maria Montessori’s educational methods and philosophies in guiding and nurturing the “whole child.” This means teaching them academically, emotionally and spiritually.
Guidepost Montessori at Deerfield’s classrooms foster independence, nurture each child’s practical life skills, emotional and social development, and prepare foundational knowledge. At the heart of the school is the belief that children thrive when given freedom and responsibility in Montessori environments prepared especially for them.
Montessori Academy at Sharon Springs is an AMS-accredited and IB World School offering the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP). They provide educational programs for children from 8 weeks to 18 years. Their holistic approach to education challenges our students to develop cognitive, social, physical, and emotional skills.
Montessori at Vickery is an AMS-accredited Montessori school for children ages 13 months to 9 years. Their unique educational approach produces independent, confident children who are self-sufficient and respectful of others.
Montessori School at Emory is a thriving, vibrant community. With over 175 students, from 15 months through 14 years, Montessori School at Emory continues to support the whole child and prepare them for life through accredited, authentic quality Montessori programs.
Since 1963, Springmont has been a Montessori learning environment where diversity of thought and global perspective empower students to be inquisitive, knowledgeable, independent, compassionate and effective. Students are collaborative and celebrate the success of their peers with as much enthusiasm as they do their own.
The Suzuki School thrives with a mission to develop a lifelong love of learning, by nurturing each child’s natural talent and ability in partnership with the parents. A low student/teacher ratio assures each child receives focused attention from degreed teachers in a collaborative setting.