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Our Philosophy

Childcare Philosophy by Natasha Hashim, Director

Experts in childhood development strongly agree that early experiences during the first years of a child’s life, beginning at birth, are critical for the child’s development.  These experiences contribute significantly to the child’s physical, social, emotional, and intellectual growth.  Our goal at the Academy is to provide a safe environment [...]

About

Our curriculum is designed to specifically enhance your child’s inter social and emotional development. We cater to children ages 6-weeks to 12 years. Our school is state approved and licensed. Our program includes gymnastics, karate, ballet, and computer classes supported by certified teachers and staff.

Program Goals

We strive to provide a loving, caring atmosphere where each child’s needs are met by certified staff. We also strive to develop an enthusiasm for learning that stimulates exploratory behavior and creativity.

Contact

Contact us for questions and comments.  We would love to host you and your family for a tour.
We can be reached at (770) 451-4869 or Director{at}AshfordAcademyChildcare.com

Meet the Staff

Meet our Director, Natasha Hashim.  She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education (1995) and a Master’s Degree in Child Therapy (1997).  She became a teacher in 1997 and has been the Director of Ashford Academy since 1999.  Read More →

Resources

GA Pre-K Report Card

Georgia Pre-K 2008-2009 Report Card: The Governor’s Office of Student Achievement (GOSA) was established July 1, 2000 by the state law known as the A Plus Education Act. The mission of GOSA is to provide accountability for all of Georgia’s education system from prekindergarten through postsecondary levels that will result in: Improving student achievement and Improving school completion. As part of this mission, GOSA is proud to present its annual report on Georgia’s... 

GA Lottery: Proceeds to Education

The Georgia’s Pre-K Program provides Georgia’s four-year-old students with high quality preschool experiences in order to prepare them for kindergarten. Funding is provided on a competitive basis and is available to school systems, public or private non-profit providers and private for-profit providers. Since inception of the GLC, more than $4 billion has been appropriated to send more than 1 million four-year-olds to Pre-K programs throughout the state. For more information...