Infants: 6 weeks to 12 months

Class Ratio Is 3:1

In our Infants 1 & 2 classrooms, we focus on the needs of the individual child to help them develop and grow. We feel communication between parents and caregivers is key. Our teachers and staff are always available to discuss ways to make ALC the best environment for your child.

Our Class Teachers

Ms. Squezia Miller
Ms. Dorothy Brown
Ms. Kadrin Blackshire
Ms. Annie Rucker
Ms. Victoria Duncan

Tiny Tots: 12 months to 17 months old

Tiny Tots: 12 months to 17 months old

Class Ratio Is 5:1

In our Tiny Tots room, we focus on independent learning. This is the room where children are becoming steadier on their feet with walking, holding Sippy cups and going to one nap per day. The children in this class are also learning how to adapt to different textures of food.

Our Class Teachers

Ms. Catherine “Anne” Cummings
Ms. Shara Crawford

Tots: 18 months to 2 years old

Class Ratio Is 6:1

In our Tots class the children test their limits and actively explore centers through creative play. Teachers encourage language development through continuous conversation, singing and book readings. Tots learn self-help skills and positive social interactions. Our Tiny Tots and Tots are really coming into their own and our teachers encourage it!

Our Class Teachers

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Ms. Miyoshi
Ms. Lori

Early PreSchool: 2 years to 3 years old

Class Ratio Is 6:1

EPS teachers focus on routine, expanding self-help skills (potty training), and allowing children to express their independence through choices. EPS children enjoy more complex puzzles, learning basic math skills and expanding their social skills. By the time ALC kids graduate from EPS, they are ready to engage at the next level of learning.

Our Class Teachers

Ms. Tershana
Ms. Louise
Ms. Carolyn
2 young girls

PreSchool 1: 3 years to 4 years old

Class Ratio Is 10:1

Children in PS1 still learn through play but begins adding a bit more structure to their day by engaging in math literacy activities, science experiments, and problem-solving skills. PS1 is for children who are starting to utilize social and self-help skills while engaging with their peers and teachers. Throughout the day, teachers encourage children to have conversations and express their thoughts and feelings.

Our Class Teachers

Ms. Sandra
Ms. Ieisha Hart
Ms. Gabrielle Love
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PreSchool 2: 4 years old after September 1

Class Ratio Is 10:1

PS2 really prepares children for ALC’s state-funded Pre-K Program. This class is geared toward the children who miss the Pre-K cut off. So instead of the children repeating PS1 twice, we have developed a curriculum for these children. The schedule and structure of the day are emphasized, as well as language development, science, math, and social activities. PS2 students spend time engaged in imaginative and interactive play with their peers.

Our Class Teachers

Ms. April Stroizer

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Ga Pre-K: 4 years to 5 years old

Class Ratio Is 11:1

ALC has two state-funded Pre-K classrooms focusing on language and literacy, phonemic awareness, science, math, and early writing skills. The Pre-K program is 6.5 hours of learning — from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Extra instruction for our Pre-K children include science, sports skills, and music. Before and aftercare is available through our Extended Day Program—starting at 6:30 am., with final pick-up by 6 p.m.

Our Class Teachers

Ms. Shameka Dozier
Ms. Shayla Henderson
Ms. Angela Hale
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