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Alpharetta Elementary School
192 Mayfield Rd, Alpharetta, GA 30009
The oldest elementary school in north Fulton County, the school celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2006. It housesMore students in grades kindergarten to 5th grade. The school mascot, Alphie the Eagle, helps students learn to be Ready, Respectful and Responsible. The elementary school is part of the Milton cluster. Graduating students move to Northwestern Middle, and then on to Milton High.
New Prospect Elementary School
3055 Kimball Bridge Rd, Alpharetta, GA 30022

New Prospect Elementary School is part of the Alpharetta Cluster. The school has a student body of 645. The male toMore female ratio is 52:48. There is a Teacher-Student ratio of 1:14.

New Prospect Elementary School serves students from Pre-K through 5th grade. Students progress to Webb Bridge Middle and then on to Alpharetta High School.

Artome
1867 McFarland Pkwy, Alpharetta, GA 30005
Artomé, headquartered in Alpharetta, orchestrates children's art shows throughout the country. It puts theseMore events together with elementary schools so that each child in a particular school has framed artwork featured in the school's exhibit. Artomé also sells framed art work to offices and decorators.
Precocious Kids Childcare
214 Marietta St, Alpharetta, GA 30009
Precocious Kids Childcare is a daycare center located in Downtown Alpharetta. It accepts infants from age six weeks toMore toddlers ages two to four years for its day care services. An after-school program accepts elementary students to age eleven. The daycare has a bus that picks up the children at schools nearby.
Creek View Elementary School
3995 Webb Bridge Rd, Alpharetta, GA 30005
Entering Creek View Elementary School, the first person encountered might be one of the many parent volunteers who helpMore out during regular school hours. Volunteers must go to school for training, too, though classroom readers don't need the class. The PTA is actively involved at Creek View, helping with blood drives, fund raisers and other activities at the school. Like most of today's schools, Creek View is a single-story building, making all parts accessible. Standardized test scores for students continue to exceed national, state and county averages. In 2009-2010, it was the only elementary school to produce a Shakespeare performance. Nearby Alpharetta High provides students who serve as peer facilitators, mentors and tutors.
Manning Oaks Elementary School
405 Cumming St, Alpharetta, GA 30004

Since 1998, Manning Oaks Elementary has been educating children from Pre-K through 5th grade. With an average ratioMore of 1 teacher for every fourteen students and a student body of 942, Manning Oaks strives to create a safe and healthy atmosphere for its children.

The Tigers of Manning Oaks are part of the Alpharetta High School Cluster.

Crabapple Montessori School
12387 Crabapple Rd, Alpharetta, GA 30004
Providing pre-school and elementary education since 2002, Crabapple Montessori School features an abundance ofMore natural light, beautiful open spaces and a fenced-in children's garden. Crabapple Montessori is certified by the Association Montessori Internationale. It offers toddler, primary and elementary programs.
Summit Hill Elementary School
13855 Providence Rd, Alpharetta, GA 30004
Part of the Milton High School Cluster, Summit Hill Elementary School  has a student to teacher ratio of 14:1 and aMore male to female ratio of 53:47. With 71 full-time teachers on staff, Summit Hill Elementary School serves students from pre-K through 5th grade. The school has a media center with 16,000 titles and a clinic staffed by a full-time medical professional. The clinic hours are from 7:15am to 2:15pm.
The Goddard School
11250 State Bridge Rd, Alpharetta, GA 30022
The Goddard School is on State Bridge Road and is conveniently located next to Ocoee Elementary. The school offers dailyMore activity reports that reflect everything from what your child did that day to what they ate. Options for child care include full-time, part-time and afterschool, as well as half-day programs. Curriculum is taught by teachers with degrees, in small classroom settings.