About Little Dreamers Academy
Little Dreamers Academy creates a nurturing environment for children to receive a rewarding education designed for their specific needs. Each program is designed to combine direct instruction, small classroom work, and one-on-one tutoring. We give children the educational the power to learn in a creative environment so they can succeed in their future years of schooling!
Our Vision and Values
Little Dreamers Academy was founded in 2002 by the Ward’s. After owning property in the City of Cornelia and much prayer, the Ward’s realized their purpose was to provide a childcare center that offered more than other schools throughout Northeast Georgia. Their prayers were answered in 2002 and Little Dreamers Academy was opened.
The academy is owned by Kay Ward and operated by her two daughters, Becky Cantrell and Amy Grant who are actively integrated into every aspect of the business, on-site and every day.
Awarded “Best Daycare” in Habersham County for the Past 13 Years
The consistent recognition we’ve received over the years is a complete reflection on the level of care we provide our children, staff and the facility. Little Dreamers Academy meets and exceeds all state and local requirements regarding teacher qualifications, square footage, health and safety, and fire and security regulations.
Our state-of-the-art building is custom-designed to provide a safe, healthy and fun environment for students and their families. The facility is kept secure at all times and has surveillance cameras monitoring 24 hours a day. Outside of our school is a separate playground for each age group that’s designed to fully challenge and engage each little dreamer.
Rules and Regulations
All of us at Little Dreamers Academy follow all the rules and regulations put in place by the Department of Early Care and Learning (DECAL). We offer the best available resources and highly qualified staff for early childhood development that begins at six weeks old through pre-k. All staff members are CPR and First Aid certified and have 20 or more training hours in state-approved childcare classes. Each lead teacher holds early childhood degrees beginning with a TCC up to Masters/Specialist degrees in Early Childhood Education.