“Apple Tree has become our second family. Our son loves coming here and he adores his teachers. As an educator myself, I feel confident when I drop off my child each day that he is in an environment where he is loved and academically challenged.” — Erin Simeone – ATLC Parent
Apple Tree Learning Centers offers a blend of the Abeka faith-based curriculum and Creative Curriculum for Infants through PreSchoolers. This is the most widely used early childhood curriculum in the country. The parent company, Teaching Strategies, has designed this well-rounded and researched curriculum to prepare children for success in school and in life!
All four Apple Tree Learning Centers provide quality education, a caring environment that makes learning fun for every child – intellectually, spiritually, and socially. At Apple Tree we believe that learning is for a life time and our professional teachers are committed to provide the very best in life skills through educating and equipping each child to do great things in the years to follow.
With this commitment to a quality education, we are pleased to announce that three out of the four Apple Tree campuses have received full accreditation from AdvancED – a non-profit, non-partisan organization that conducts rigorous, on-site reviews of a variety of educational institutions and systems to ensure that all learners realize their full potential.It’s not just the education of the children that accrediting agencies consider in making their decision. They also check to see if institutions and facilities meet the higher standards required for staff professional development. Apple Tree does.
In order to be accredited, schools have to meet standards that go above and beyond state regulations. Accrediting agencies are looking for quality programs that meet high standards for curriculum, teacher-child interaction, and classroom dynamics. Accreditation is not something that can be accomplished in a month or two, it can take up to 24-months to complete the process.
Please contact any of our Corporate Office to learn more about this news.