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Covered Bridge Montessori School

Preschool | Nonsectarian |

PHONE: (770) 434-3181

3941 Covered Bridge Road Southwest

Smyrna, GA 30082

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Covered Bridge Montessori School is a preschool located in Smyrna, Georgia.

This preschool's average Community Rating, based on 7 reviews, is 5 out of 5 stars.

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Associations: AMS; Coed; Montessori; Nonsectarian
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Posted on May 22, 2014
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This school has such a warm and friendly vibe about it! Beautiful campus, awesome staff. Looking forward to touring while the kids are there to get the full picture.

Posted on Apr 16, 2014
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My 4 year old daughter has been with CBMS over the past year. We are very impressed with the overall education and independence she has gained. Her teachers Ms. Ettiene & Ms. Sarah are amazing!! From what I have been told this school has done a complete turn around. We love the director & administration, they always have an open door. We could not be happier with our decision to enroll our daughter at CBMS.
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Posted on Apr 16, 2014
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I was very impressed with this school. Awesome Director, teachers, students and staff made me feel welcome! I love the diversity here and during my tour I found the children to be independent, well behaved , happy and very interested in the assignments they had been given. The classrooms and offices were neat, clean and filled with students activities, personal assignments and projects.. I could tell that the children have been taught about gardening because of the recycled potted plants in the classrooms and the tiny clean aquarium pets which I noticed in various classrooms. The classrooms were very impressive and filled with student activities such as handmade bridges and "The White House" made out of cardboard, etc. and the beautiful fabrics flowing from the ceiling and other items collected by the children representing the different countries on the maps. There were wooden blocks, math, science projects, alphabets and lots of learning tools. The outside play areas were clean as well. I would definitely recommend anyone in, around or considering to move in the Smyma, Georgia area to seek placement here for their little ones. Yes, 5 stars indeed!

Posted on Sep 13, 2013
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This school has done a complete turn around!! It is under new ownership and has many new faces within the teaching staff. The buildings have been remodeled, there are many extra curricular activities, and as far as academics, we are impressed with the knowledge our five year old is gaining. We also appreciate how responsive the director has been. We are the nagging family with the onslaught of questions, and she has always handled us with care. My only suggestion to them is to have an outdoor painting area for the kids:)
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Posted on Jan 31, 2013
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This school has been a disappointment. We relocated to Atlanta from out of state and my son had been in a Montessori school that was wonderful. I wish I could say the same about CBMS. The communication is awful, they do not return phone calls or emails, I don't see his teacher or the director when I drop off or pick up. The doors are constantly unlocked allowing anyone to walk in to your kids building & classroom. The only time they responded to me was when I gave notice that my son was leaving the school.
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Posted on Nov 3, 2012
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Great school. Great administration. Great staff. My husband and I are very pleased with the experience at this school. Our daughter is very happy and has shown great growth. The Director is always so willing to help and the staff do a great job keeping us informed.
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Posted on Oct 23, 2012
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Do not send your child to this place. Any daycare would be better. They do not have good communication with parents. The owners only care about profit and treat their staff terrible and do not care about the families. The other school they have in smyrna is even worse. We left about 3 months. Forget about talking to anybody about your kid. They don't have time. The only time you hear anything is after something happens. They have kids who have special needs but can't deal with them and teachers who don't watch kids and they get hurt. I heard they got rid of the one lady you could know was watching out for your child. Now that she's gone I wouldn't leave my kids hamster there.

Posted on Jan 4, 2012
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This school is a middle of the road experience. I am not sure it is worth the tuition. My child enjoys going and has kind teachers that are doing a fair job. Whenever I ask how my child is doing academically, I get the average response that he is doing well, but can't get any details. This leads me to believe that they are not really developing one on one relationships with the kids. Since my child is well behaved and likes school, he is off the radar and not really getting any attention that is above and beyond (which is what I would expect at this tuition rate and with the curriculum that is being touted). They have had a change in director from the time I enrolled my child, with Ms. Denise, to the time that the school year began. Parents were not notified until well into the fall after the new director had been in place for several months. They could use some streamlining in organization as well. I was excited at first, with the staff's friendliness and the curriculum and was looking forward to enrolling my second child. But now that the excitement has worn off, this place is OK, but not great. Will be looking for something better at this price-point.
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Posted on Jun 16, 2011
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I have two children at CBMS and have been very happy with their education. My kids LOVE going to school. The school HAS had its administrative challenges to be sure, but it never appears to affect the love and care that the teachers give the children. Also, upon first glance, the facility may not be shiny and new like some other montessori schools but the quality if the education is still there. I also LOVE that my kids get to play in the HUGE back yard. This school caters to young children but it is a school, complete with a PTO, awesome spring and fall festivals, book fairs, and other fundraisers, etc. The office staff has always been immediately responsive to any concerns. If you are looking for a purely "daycare" situation, this is not the place - it is so much more and parental involvement is key to your child's success. Finally, I LOVE the diversity at this school. I love that when we go to birthday parties, all the kids play together and get along so well. All the parents that I've met have been super nice as well. Over all, I love the school and plan to keep my kids here through kindergarten and then move them up the hill to CBA.
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Posted on Apr 12, 2011
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I would just like to say that in the last two years CBMS has improved vastly under new leadership. Ms. Kristin, Ms. Shelia and Ms. Denise have turned it back into the school it once was. My kids love Ms. Shelia. She always has a smile on her face and a hand to offer to help with whatever you need. Parents are welcomed anytime, there is constantly something new for the kids to learn, issues that arise are dealt with quickly BEFORE they become problems, the whole school has had a makeover with new equipment and such but it still maintains that same "homey" feel. The teachers really CARE about the children they teach and the whole family. I wish we could stay longer, but we are moving to CBA for 1st grade. The children seem truly happy and I visit often as a volunteer in the classroom.
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