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By: atlien27
The Galloway School
I went to High School at Galloway in the late 90's and I highly recommend it. I'll be sending my kids there when they are older if I'm living in Atlanta.The class sizes are small and the teachers foster discussions rather than memorization of facts. They are also very flexible, crafting classes for 3 students or even 1 student, at times to meet individual needs and interests. The school places value in fostering a lifetime love of learning, not just learning enough facts to get a diploma. They want their students to be curious and enjoy new experiences and continue the learning process throughout adulthood. The school has expanded since I went, but based on a recent visit back and looking at the classrooms and many of the same teachers still present, it appears that they haven't changed their philosophy even if the buildings and grounds have changed.
By: Merita D.
Little Scholars Academy
Great School for your kids...Owner and staff do the best job of educating your child and keeping them safe and full with great food that is made fresh.
By: Emily D.
Paul Mitchell The School Atlanta
I got a caramel ombre done- I’m super in love with it. Holland, a phase II student, was my stylist and she was so talented and did a great job changing my hair! I got an ombre, cut, and color balance all done and my hair still feels healthy and looks shiny! All this typically cost over $120 in midtown but it was only $60 for me here because I had a groupon so be sure to be on the lookout for more deals! I definitely recommend going to the Paul Mitchell school if you’re looking for an affordable cut and color! the teachers check all of the student's work too!
By: Angelena G.
Kid's In Action Learning Academy
Daily she began to tell me his day was bad each day and started sending me videos. I would get on my son only to find out that she isn't trained to handle these things in a class room setting. She continued to tell him he was being bad and making him more upset never saw her diffuse the situation. My son went on a field trip and the DJ found him. This tells me that he was left unsupervised for some time. Anything could happen I felt that could have been my last day seeing him. The owner/director has yet to ask me what was going on as I am aware the teacher has informed her of the issues with my child being lost for hours on a field trip he is no longer with the school and I wouldn't recommend the school if you are a loving parent.
By: Aj W.
Drew Charter
Par excellent! I am a parent of students at both the EA (elementary academy) and JA (junior academy) the rigor of the curriculum and the dedication of the teachers are unmatched for a public school. My family and I are proud to be Drew Eagles!
By: Wren C.
Drew Charter
We love our school! Our children experience a level of thoughtful, caring education that cannot be found elsewhere in our area. Beyond the regular classroom expectations they are exposed to a vast array of specials ranging from robotics to chorus, to dance and engineering.
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By: Lisa C.
Drew Charter
We've been at Drew for 5 years now. They focus on project based learning and have put arts back into a STEM curriculum. Drew operates on a STEAM curriculum. It has been a great experience for my kids.
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By: Delesia G.
Love T Nolan Elementary School
This svhool is aweful. Tne teachers dont do as mich as they can with the children and the faculty supplrts this habbit. The priorities are not at nest intrest of the children.
By: Jeremiah A.
The Suzuki School
My family attended the Suzuki School for roughly three years and my daughter was in Level II. I can't speak highly enough of this school. The classrooms were very welcoming at each level. I've read some of the negative reviews on here and was shocked by how little the reviewers seemed to understand about the school because I have never teachers and professionals as dedicated to the growth of the child as I've seen at Suzuki.
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By: Igor V.
The Suzuki School
We had 2 kids at the Suzuki School for 3 years. Unfortunately, the service level had deteriorated past the point of no return. The major complaint (that lead to all other issues) is the fact that the school is ruled by an autocratic administrative staff (particularly the president), with little regard for child or parent welfare. Their only concern seems to be squeezing out margins at the expense of children and parents.

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