Infants of Dunwoody
& Dunwoody Academy
Children are the heart of Infants of Dunwoody & Dunwoody Academy. From the layout of the classrooms to the way teachers engage the children, every aspect of our day is designed to provide children from birth to five the opportunity and developmentally appropriate experiences to learn the cognitive, social, physical, and language skills they need. Our educational philosophy is guided by five principles.
Over 25 years of experience preparing children for success in the most prestigious private schools in Atlanta.
The nurturing community of Infants of Dunwoody and Dunwoody Academy incorporates and supports parents and teachers as well as their children, helping build the relationships that are at the core of each child’s success. Children thrive when families and teachers develop real partnerships. Excellent communication and an open-door policy build a strong connection between home and school. We are committed to providing the resources, support, and encouragement children need to succeed.
Children are active learners.
Children understand their world through touching, smelling, tasting, filling, dumping, smudging, creating, destroying, standing, falling, trying, failing, and succeeding—all of which entail a child’s full engagement.
A place to wonder, explore, and discover.
When interest and spontaneous play drive a child’s learning, every day is a thrilling adventure; this is the core of Infants of Dunwoody's curriculum.
Building blocks for a lifetime of learning.
As children follow their natural curiosity, their quests to find answers create opportunities to develop new skills, an understanding of the natural world, and self-expression through the creative arts.
Curiosity leads to meaningful learning.
When school is a safe place, children can confidently pursue their curiosity because they know they will be safe and cared for whether their risk-taking yields success or falls short of their expectations.
Each child develops at his or her own pace.
Our classrooms offer materials that allow children to investigate and make new discoveries — instilling pride and encouraging self-sufficiency.
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