Harbins Preparatory School will begin the Fall 2020 semester in school and as planned on August 5th, 2020. HPS will maintain the highest standard of all CDC guidelines, prioritizing our students health and safety above all else. We will maintain our focus on small class sizes and teachers will be wearing face masks during all interactions with their students. Upon arrival, all students will be subject to a health and wellness screening before entering the building, including regular temperature checks.
All questions regarding our health and safety procedures can be directed to Principal Leslie Peek at email@example.com
Here at Harbins Prep we know that a strong start to your child's educational journey is paramount, and this begins with strong teachers. All of our lead teachers hold state certifications in Early Childhood Education. Our lead teachers and support staff regularly participate in professional development which keeps teachers up-to-date on new research on how children learn, emerging technology tools for the classroom, new curriculum resources, and more.
Harbins Prep is proud to be a GAC (Georgia Accreditation Commission) Accredited School. Our partnership with the G.A.C. provides us the opportunity to design a curriculum based on State and National Standards which is tailored to the specific needs of our students. HPS students are challenged and engaged in a positive learning environment on a daily basis.
Looking for a Readiness Year? Maybe to push your child forward to an advanced academic year? Harbins Preparatory School has a birth-date cutoff of September 30th (instead of the traditional September 1st) to allow for either of these options for your child's academic success. HPS offers a brand new, state of the art educational facility - purpose built to offer the best education possible for students. With our full sized gym, specialized classrooms, and educational field trips - our possibilities are endless.
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The mission of the Georgia Accrediting Commission is twofold: (l) to establish standards promoting instruction of high quality for children in Georgia and (2) to encourage schools to meet the established standards. GAC provides an accreditation process designed to establish and uphold standards, to strengthen the quality of education in each school, and to assure its membership and the general public that the established standards are related to the best educational practices.