At All Saints Preschool, our mission is to provide a nurturing and diverse learning environment that integrates the rich tapestry of educational philosophies, rooted in our Catholic faith. We are committed to fostering the holistic development of each child by embracing their unique potential, celebrating their individual talents, and empowering them to feel valued and capable.

Approach Overview

Our dedicated educators create a child-centric environment that recognizes the child as naturally curious, promoting self-worth and a love for learning. The learning spaces, considered the ‘third teacher,’ are thoughtfully designed to encourage exploration, problem-solving, and collaboration, with documentation making children’s thinking visible. We are committed to providing a foundation for academic success, spiritual growth, and lifelong curiosity.

Rooted in the Catholic Faith

Our Catholic faith is central to our program, infusing every experience with values that promote love, kindness, and compassion. Our religious program, Tiny Branches draws inspiration from Galatians 5:22, emphasizing the virtues of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control.

Reggio Emila-Inspired Approach 

One cornerstone of our philosophy is the Reggio Emilia approach, a method of observing and understanding what captivates and challenges each child. This approach emphasizes the child’s innate curiosity, encouraging a deep exploration of their interests and fostering a love for learning.

Georgia Early Learning Standards

We align our curriculum with the Georgia Early Learning Standards framework. This ensures that each child develops essential skills, behaviors, and concepts appropriate for their age, creating a seamless transition into future educational endeavors.

Our Commitment to Inclusivity

We take pride in creating an inclusive environment that recognizes and celebrates each child. Our programs are designed to empower children, regardless of their unique abilities, to actively engage in the learning process.