*photos by  Laura Negri Photography

*photos by  Laura Negri Photography


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THE SUZUKI SCHOOL is a preparatory preschool committed to providing the very young with the best in Early Childhood education. Our belief in the innate ability and talent of every child guides us in the creation of an environment rich in language, discovery, and stimulation.
 


Each one of our campuses operates from 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM,  Monday through Friday. The hours of 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM constitute the academic portion of the day, typically working on anything from Math to Practical Life activities from the Montessori curriculum; the hours before and after this time incorporate times of child-centered learning and play. 

With three locations in: 

Buckhead | Northside | Ponce City Market

On our site, you'll see everything - from how we educate towards our Five Foundations (Love of Learning,  Respect for Nature, Culture and Tradition, A Noble Heart, and Talent Education) to recipes right from our very own Suzuki chefs.

With programs for:

For more information on Suzuki programs and tuition fees, click onto our Admissions tab.


UNLEASH YOUR CHILD'S INNER POTENTIAL

May 6, 2014

What does it take to learn? What is important to learn?  And what’s the best way to deliver on this?

These are fundamental questions in education. Like any discovered truth, it’s often the case that different people come up with the same solution or idea because the truth is the truth- it’s there for anyone to discover. Suzuki’s model to learning is based on the work of Dr. Maria Montessori, but her fundamental ideas are being rediscovered all the time.

Suzuki’s developmental approach is based on some fundamental ideas: that each child learns in their own way and in their own time, and that learning is really discovering.  We know that all children/people take different amounts of time to learn the same thing and that learning is NOT about merely remembering.  Recently researchers have been finding this out too: in a 2011 study a researcher concluded, “The bottom line is... (read more)