After six months of attending this preschool, he began to tell me that he "hated school" and would beg and plead for me not to leave him there. No this was not first day jitters, this attitude towards his experience with school began to change after a few months of attending this school. In the handbook, this school does parade around the fact that they "suspend" children even as young as 3yrs old. This was quite alarming to me given the widespread data of the adverse effects that suspensions can have on children, I didn't think that my son would have a problem. As a 3yr old only child, my son had adjustments to make in this new environment; he was making progress. Shortly after enrolling him he was suspended for 2 days for biting. Although this action was not the proper way to solve a dispute, suspension shouldn't be an answer. Within months my son had been suspended for similiar "offenses" several times after. Since I removed my son I have to undue the damage.
1040 Crown Pointe Pkwy Ste 900Atlanta, GA 30338
From Business: Founded in 1977, the Golden Key International Honour Society is a nonprofit organization that provides membership opportunities for students through various offic…
This organization does amazing work in the community. For those young men who are looking to help themselves and be productive citizens...you can only win with this organization.
Bad place for children staff act like children and aren't great examples what so ever!
I got a lot of wrong information for there caps program and the run around when it came to my paperwork. Ms. Wyatt had a very nonchalant attitude, she was not helpful at all.
Becareful before you step foot behind the pits of hell. this place is no good and filled with unprofessional staff members with hidden agendas. The director and assistant are up to no good
YES!Atlanta (YES stands for "Youth Experiencing Success") was founded in 1988, and delivered its first Rising Star program in 1990. It mentors at-risk inner-city youth aged 14-18. Our objective is to have our participants, who enroll voluntarily, remain in and complete high school, while reducing the self-defeating behaviors that stand in the way of their maturing into fulfilled and contributing members of their community.Teens first attend a 4-Day Youth Intensive where they make commitments for self-improvement. They are assigned a trained adult volunteer who works with the teen for a full year to fulfill the teen's commitments.Full information is available on our web site http://www.yesatlanta.org