Child playing with trainers at the preschool in Alpharetta, GA



The structured daily schedule of a Senior Toddler now grows to include time, day, date, season and related, events, and our Junior Preschoolers begin to grasp the concept of a class and classroom.

Math skills become more complex and elaborate, and learning through music, art, games, storytelling and varied cognitive activities continues, along with more advanced foreign language work, social development, interaction, and civic-minded role playing.

Alphabet work continues, with students mastering upper and lower case letter recognition. The dominion of secondary colors (and the experiential creation of them), accompany more spatial relation and shape work.

Junior Preschoolers are introduced to the mechanics behind proper penmanship and the proper use of scissors.

Self-help development continues, group dining etiquette, potty-training and basic dressing are mastered,

Our budding scholars are now ready for Preschool!

The teacher-student ratio is 1:8 students, with a maximum class size of 16. This is a short and intense evolutionary period from toddler to preschooler, but personalized teacher-child interaction and instruction still take place with great frequency, ensuring that each child is poised and prepared for their next academic step.

-Children aged 30 to 33 months

Student – Teacher Ratio:

Oak Grove Academy
State of Georgia

Why Oak Grove Academy?

  • Two Decades of producing Academically Superior Graduates avails award winning Oak Grove Academy as The Gold Standard
  • STREAM Curriculum (Science, Technology, Reading and wRiting, Engineering, the Arts and Math)
  • State of the Art Safety and Security (Peace of Mind for Parents), Cleanliness, Nutrition, and Physical Education
  • Caring and Nurturing Educators of Significant Tenure, who are Degreed (Masters and/or Bachelors) in Early Childhood Education
  • Structure to Learn, Freedom to Explore
  • Children Master the Four C's of 21st Century Learning (Collaboration, Communication, Creativity and Critical Thinking)