The CreekStone Philosophy

CreekStone Academy Lithonia

Playing and learning with friends!

CreekStone Academy Lithonia

Our friendly environment makes for happy children!

 

Open Communication Between Parent and Teacher is Imperative!

In the education of a child, both home and school play an important role.  Neither will be effective without the understanding, support, and assistance of the other.  For this reason, it is imperative that there be open communication between parent and teacher.

OUR CHILD CARE GOALS

We have a responsibility to our children, parents, and community to accomplish and maintain the following goals and purposes:

  • To provide a developmental and diverse early care learning experience for your child in an environment that is warm, welcoming, and friendly.
  • To meet the emotional, physical, intellectual, and social needs of infants, toddlers, and preschoolers by providing a supervised educational setting.
  • To encourage a sense of responsibility within children for their actions, and respect for the rights of others.
  • To provide physical development through activity that is designed to encourage motor skill development.
  • To assist children in seeing themselves as productive participants who are making important contributions to programs that are responsive to their needs.
  • To provide an early learning center that is a leader in quality education where children acquire knowledge that will set the foundation for them to become successful in the future.

OUR CHILD CARE MISSION

Our mission at CreekStone Academy Lithonia is to provide childcare and exceptional early childhood education, laying the foundation for children to grow into self-reliant individuals that can accomplish any goals set before them. 

We provide an environment that is warm and secure that encourages the involvement of parents, and meets the social, cognitive, emotional, and physical needs of children from diverse backgrounds.

Contact Us or call (770) 879-9700 today!

CreekStone Academy Lithonia
We Develop “The Total Child”