I chose this school for our kids for the purpose of the education. My 3 year old at the time was counting to 10 in French. By the time he was 4 he knew the majority of the sight words and could spell them.
10720 Virginia Pine WayKnoxville, TN 37932
From Business: More than just daycare, The Goddard School located in Knoxville offers a child care program that nurtures a lifelong love of learning by providing dedicated teach…
8301 E Walker Springs LnKnoxville, TN 37923
From Business: Providing Early Childhood Education For Children Ages 3-5 Year Olds. Serving The Needs Of Christian Families Who Are Members Of The West End Congregation And West…
22. Kids First Inc
6700 Central Avenue PikeKnoxville, TN 37912
From Business: Infant to School Ages, 3 Star Rated Facility, Age Appropriate Curriculum, Hot Breakfast-Lunch-Snacks, School-Age Program: Field Trips, Super Fun Packed Summer, Pa…
Amazing daycare! I would recommend this place to anyone!! They accept children from six weeks to 5 years old!!!
This is a wonderful school with a wonderful curriculum and wonderful facilities. The management really care about the children's well-being and the prices here are far better than the alternatives. Strongly recommend.
My daughter's first day at preschool/daycare was great! Her teacher’s said she is a sweet sweet girl and look forward to the rest of the year!
Wonderful center with super friendly and accommodating staff! My son loves it and so do we!
I wouldn't recommend Ebenezer Children's Academy simply because there are many other options available in the area that seem to really know what they're doing. Although the building looks newer, this place just seems behind the times on what's really important to parents: security, payment convenience and healthy food choices.Security is an issue. The code to the entrance is rarely changed, and when it is the teachers print the code on little pieces of paper and leave them in the classrooms for anyone to pick up, so essentially everyone in town can end up with the code to the front door. There was rarely anyone near the entrance to check id or watch who was coming and going.The front office staff doesn't seem to be very well versed in the laws and regulations that most experienced child care centers practice. The front office director is a bit unprofessional and seems inexperienced. There are a lot of very young, inexperienced staff members.They do not have an online payment system, so you're forced to write a check every week. Our child was sent home with lice, something I wouldn't wish on anyone. The monthly menu included items made with raw eggs, mayo, peanuts and a lot of cheesy items so if you have allergy-prone children you'll be packing a lunch every day and still paying full tuition prices.
My son has been attending ECA for a year now. Five weeks ago,he broke his femur and was put in a spica cast. If you don't know what that is, look it up. It was a brutal and exhausting experience as a parent of such a young child ( he's 3.5). When I called to ask if if they would be able to still care for my son, the schools director Blainie said "we will not turn any child away." His teachers, Allison and Stacey, went above and beyond to make my son comfortable and were completely open and willing to learn with me what worked and what did not through this troubling time. I really don't know what I would have done without them and their support. As far as their curriculum and education standards, they are the best in the area and I have had him in two other daycares close by. This is not a babysitting facility. I feel that they are well preparing my son for the local high ranking elementary schools, on top of genuinely caring for my son and his peers. If you are looking for a local daycare and want your child in a secure, caring, and education minded environment that also implements foreign language and sports, definitely consider ECA.
My 2&3 year old go here and love it the teachers Mrs.Jeanie Mrs Brooklyn and Mrs Tori and Mrs. Angel are great!!
Great Daycare!!My son has been in the TICE Lane center since he was 8 weeks old and he absolutley loves it here. He loves the teachers, the owners and he is now in 2nd grade and attends their after school program. I have never had a problem that wasn't resolved quickly with communication and respect for all the parties involved. I have had the opportunity to move him and turned it down because he was happy and content where he is. Would recommend them to anyone with school age children.
I kept my daughter there for 3 weeks. Had to remove her because the teachers were so mean. One time when I spoke with one of the teachers, this child comes in and want to ask her a question...she started screeming at the child (4-5 years old) and telling him how rude he is. Oh my goodness gracious they don't understand it. Just be patient with them. Give yourself a favor and find something that your child will love it!