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PHONE: (770) 667-8854

225 Park Bridge Parkway

Alpharetta, GA 30005

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Posted April 9, 2014

The glowing reviews though would have one believe that PPP is outstanding. In my opinion, it is just as good as the next school. What we like about the school is the variety offered in the curriculum. I feel like our child is learning and exercising different parts of their brain. The school also makes it a point to bring in interesting people/things into the school for children to get exposure to different professions (e.g., the Mayor of Johns Creek, a football player, a clown, animals, etc.). However, I have a number of issues. First, the teachers mostly don't speak English. Although this might be ok for toddlers who are merely putting words together, I worry about it for the older kids who should be learning proper grammar. Our kid's teacher could not express herself in a PT conference. Second, Kay incentivices parents to write these reviews- how truly "objective" can they be if you get a prize for writing a review? Third, PPP promotes poor eating behaviors. At the end of each day, the children get a sugary snack (like frootloops)- what 3 year old needs a sugary snack at 5 pm right before dinner!!?? Lastly, Kay is always peddling some product for parents to buy. That's bad.
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Posted January 24, 2014

We researched local schools extensively and toured PPP last. There was no questions that PPP was the choice for us. There are two separate infant suites and each child has their own changing table with their own drawers-- a major help with stopping unnecessary germ exposure. The teachers are so warm and truly caring to their students. Many of our friends experience anxiety with their children at school, but our daughter loves going to school every day.
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Posted January 21, 2014

My daughter and son are at PPP and there is no other school I would put them in. They both adjusted well because of the loving and caring environment the teachers and staff create for all the children. The curriculum is amazing as my 2 year-old son can count to fifteen in Spanish and my 3 1/2 year-old daughter is taking Mandarin. As I recently went back to work, there is no better feeling than knowing your kids are not only safe and but being cared for in a loving environment while getting the best education.
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Posted January 21, 2014

Both of my boys attend Peachtree Park Prep. PPP has a great academic focus and really prepares our children for the next level, e.g. 1st grade. We found them to be very caring and fosters a great curriculum. The children in my older son's kindergarten class scored very well on the IBTS and our 3 years old loves the school. He looks forward to go to school each morning.
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