About Us

Your Child's Mind is in Great Hands


Mission Statement: 

Bizee Brains Learning Academy’s mission ensures that all students receive a rigorous, high-quality education in safe and secure childcare at all times. At the same time, they give close personal attention to each child’s development through experiences and research-based and scope and sequence practices while celebrating diversity and fostering lifelong learning.


Vision Statement: 

Through teamwork and collaboration, we will build a lasting and strong reputation in the community as one of the most innovative, safest, and most forward-thinking childcare and early education center in the state of Georgia that is sensitive and committed to developing the whole child. 

Purpose Statement:

Bizee Brains Learning Academy is designed to help children unlock their full potential within a safe, engaging, and highly educational environment at competitive prices. 



We value a positive learning environment that ensures integrity, respect, and hard work. Our staff does this by supporting and nurturing our students and families when we lead by example and work as a team.

Health & Safety

 Our Center has been carefully designed to ensure it is a safe, comfortable environment that will accommodate the abilities and needs of all children. Our goal is to promote good health, safety and nutrition. Eating nutritious food is an important part of each child’s day. Food provided by the Center will be selected in accordance with Bright From the Start requirements.

Procedure: Center staff will provide:

 Offer a clean, well-maintained, safe environment with nutritious food for snacks and lunch

 Opportunities for learning how to take care of their bodies and develop self-help skills

 Opportunities for both rest and exercise with indoor and outdoor activities daily

 Welcome mothers to breast-feed their child and provide support for breast-feeding.

 Provide a comfortable and relaxed environment for the children & parents

 Encourage children to eat a variety of foods but be sensitive to individual food preferences and cultural preferences.

 Post children’s allergies in the kitchen. (Parents must make staff aware of any food allergies)

 Inform parents of any significant changes in the eating habits of their child.

 Model healthy attitudes towards food and meal times.

 Model healthy attitudes towards washing hands before and after meals and brushing teeth after eating.

 Discourage candy, gum, pop or other “junk food”.

 All babies will be held during bottle feeding.

  Staff will discard any unused liquid in bottles or cups to prevent the spread of germs.

 Staff will allow children time to eat and drink at their own pace.

 Staff will respect the parent’s decision as to when and what solid foods will be in