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Which Preschool is the Best in Roswell?

Share your favorite local preschool!

The decision of where to send a child to preschool is a choice many parents feel will help set their young ones on an early path to excellence. So this week, Roswell Patch wants to know: which local preschool do you think is the best?

Here are some of the local preschools that we know of, but we might have inadvertantly left a few off of the list, so please let us know in the comments and we'll add it:

Have a favorite? Vote below in our poll. Why is this preschool the best of its kind? Tell us in the comments. Or click on the link to the preschool in Roswell Patch Places and write your own review.

Voting in the poll below is open until 9 a.m. Friday. We'll announce the winner at noon Friday.

(Editor's Note: Because this poll is not scientific, it is not the sole consideration in choosing a winner, we will also take your comments into consideration. The winner will be determined by the Patch editor, based on poll results and reviews on Patch Places. Please vote only once per survey, per Patch. For detailed contest rules, see attached PDF.)

Neal March 23, 2012 at 12:59 PM
St Peter Chanel is awesome I share comments noted already, but would like to point out the Director, singled out as best preschool leader in entire Archdiocese last year......a huge distinction that reflects on Barb and the entire program & staff. Exceptional in all respects!!
Christina March 23, 2012 at 01:16 PM
My son went to St Peter Chanel Preschool for all 4 years and we were so happy with our choice. Barb Gordon, the director, exudes motherly love and greets each little one personally as they exit the car, by name and with a cheerful Good Morning and smile, every single day without fail. That alone is impressive. The parents respect her balance of sweetness and being in control, and she has been recognized with awards as the leading Preschool Director in the area by the Archdiocese. My son had fun and learned a lot every day, and he was more than prepared for Kindergarten. It really is like a family there. Loved it!!
Alex Burke March 23, 2012 at 02:40 PM
Atlanta Academy has a great Preschool. There are lots of things they learn and they have a very fun, safe, playground to play on. They have nice teachers and Mrs. Hook (the administrative assistant) truly loves the children like they are her own. I also suggest this school because it goes all the way up to 8th grade and provides a safe learning environment where the kids can grow into the young adults that have the most promising future possible! -Alex Burke (8th grade, Atlanta Academy)
Karla March 24, 2012 at 12:09 AM
La'Own Academy should be added to the list. My son is in the kindergarten prep (private per K). He has developed such a love for learning. Aside from play and character building; he is reading, adding, telling time, counting money and learning spanish, korean, and Spanish. Not only does La'Own provide a strong educational opportunity, it also provides my son with a loving and nurturing environment. I can't say enough exceptional things about la'Own Academy!
Sarah M. March 14, 2013 at 04:29 PM
I would like to add another endorsement for Roswell Presbyterian Preschool, located in downtown Roswell. Both my children went through the school, and I was extremely impressed by the dedication and professionalism of all the teachers and staff and the quality of the instruction. For the price, it's the best you will get, offering just as much as the pricier preschools in the area, and with so much love! The teachers were so kind and caring and made every day such fun, but they also put a strong emphasis on academics. We loved the specials- Fine Art, Music, Creative Movement, and Computers and the facilities are clean, bright, and cheery- everything preschool should be! The families that attend are great and very involved and it really is a great, welcoming community. We do not have a single complaint about this top-notch preschool and sing its praises every chance we get!

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