My son, who is a handful and very energetic, attended Victorious Kidz for summer camp and Pre-K4. The facility is clean, inviting and safe. The classrooms are large, bright and open. He liked his teachers and his teachers liked him. I felt like they cared about him, wanted the best for him, and did what was needed to help him be his best. The learning environment was wonderful and his Pre-K teacher was excellent. He left Pre-K more than prepared for Kindergarten, in fact he was reading at well above First-grade level. In addition to classroom work, he learned Bible verses, biblical principles, and he was able to particpate in field trips and several extra-curricular programs which he really enjoyed. I would recommend Victorious Kidz to anyone who wants their child to have a positive, well-rounded Christian early learning experience.
Posted: 3/01/2011 • Link to this review
After reading the reviews below I felt compelled to weigh in and while I certainly have compassion I just don't have a complaint. Before coming to Victorious Kidz Academy, my son had been in 3 other daycares/schools. I can honestly say that before he enrolled here I had never had his teachers/caregivers show so much care and concern. Up until last year he had the same teacher in his toddler class, then the same teacher his time in pre-k. I can only assume that just like with my job the economy maybe played a role in turnover. I just don't have any complaints about this school and I feel confident that my child is getting an above average education as he is now in the 1st grade and has been there since he was 3 years old. There is NO WAY I would make the drive from my home in Powder Springs to Douglasville and then to downtown Atlanta everyday if it was not worth it.
Posted: 11/16/2010 • Link to this review
This was our daughters first time in day care. We prayed about our decission and decided to let her attend, The turn over rate for teacher were unreal, you never knew who was your childs teacher. Several week into her attending Victorious Kids, she would cry as soon as we pulled up to the school. Our daughter only stayed a short time there because due to her NOT BEING WATCHED, SHE FELL OFF THE SLIDE THAT WAS NOT FOR HER AGE OF 15MTHS AND BROKE HER LEG.
Posted: 6/08/2010 • Link to this review