At the core of any childcare center and preschool is its power to stimulate young minds. Early achievements—in math, reading, fitness, or foreign language—prepare your child for a lifetime of success and love of learning. A Child’s Academy’s age-appropriate programs are founded in the Bible-based A Beka curriculum and are designed to give your child an education not found at any other childcare center in Gainesville.
We recognize that every child is unique, not just in personality and interests, but also in learning. Our small class size and low student-to-teacher ratio allow us to tailor our progressive learning approach to the needs of each child. With a more personal approach, A Child’s Academy ensures a high level of attentiveness to your child’s progress.
Your youngster begins at the level he or she has already attained and advances at a comfortable pace. We strive to instill a love of learning by encouraging a feeling of success without pressure during each stage of development.
The programs offered at A Child’s Academy offer a wide variety of subjects for your child, designed to stimulate the mind and body. We aim to build a strong foundation based on these core areas:
- Active Play
The Summer Camp at A Child’s Academy is available for children from age two and up. This program has been designed to keep your little one active and stimulated throughout the summer months. Contact us for more information
Drop In Care Program
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• Video Arcade
• Water Park
• Outdoor Play on the Big Castle
• Fun and More!
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Why our Parents Love ACA:
We are thrilled with how much she has learnt there, both academically and emotionally. We do not speak English with Elena at home. And since she joined ACA, her English has improved dramatically. She now knows how to count very well and she responds very well to people addressing her in English. In addition, she is a more patient and respectful playmate with her little sister.
Aaya, our 20-month-old, goes there occasionally. Every day when we take Elena to school, it is hard to make her understand that she cannot stay. It has become a ritual for her to go get her treat – a yummy cheese cracker. She knows exactly where Mrs. Pat keeps them ;o)!
We are very pleased that both of our girls feel happy and loved in their School"
Soraya Sus & Youssef, Gainesville, FL