Georgia’s Pre-K Program provides appropriate activities and learning experiences that help prepare young children for school. For a child to be school ready, it means they are socially, emotionally, physically, and cognitively prepared for kindergarten.The Pre-K Program helps children become independent, self-confident, enthusiastic learners. Participation in the program encourages children to develop good habits and daily routines.Research shows that children benefit most when instruction is child-centered. Child-centered instruction allows teachers to facilitate learning in a rich environment that fosters children’s initiative, exploration, and interaction with other children and adults.

The Georgia Early Learning and Development Standards (GELDS) provide the basis for instruction in the Pre-K classroom. Pre-K Classrooms have learning areas or “centers” set-up in the classroom, and each center is supplied with books, materials, and learning activities. Learning centers in a Pre-K classroom include math, blocks, reading, art, science, dramatic play, writing, and music. The learning centers are designed to promote various developmental skills in seven areas.

                                                                                                                                      Language and Literacy, Math Development, Science Development,

Social Studies Development, Creative Development,

Physical and Health Development, Social Emotional Development & Approaches to Play and Learning.

Parent Testimonial

“I think this school is a great first step before elementary school. Small classes, sweet teachers/staff and my two kids who have attended have really loved it.”


~Pre-K Parent