Welcome to Alpha Academy at Oakmont.

 Building a Better World One Child at a Time.




Alpha Academy at Oakmont offers:

  • Childcare for children 6 weeks old to 12 years old
  • Hours from 6:00 am until 6:30 pm Monday through Friday
  • Full-time or Part-time care
  • Partial Week, full day Programs
  • An exciting summer camp for children that have completed kindergarten
  • Before and after school care for children that attend Ryan, Sam Houston, Hawk, Pecan Creek, LA Nelson, Olive Stephens and Corinth Elementary.
  • take viagra and viagra togetherDelicious Chef prepared breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack
  • Monitored classrooms and a secured entry
  • Trained, CPR certified staff
  • AAO uses the Pinnacle curriculum along with Frog Street Press. The Starfall curriculum is used in our private kindergarten class.
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The goals of AAO are to foster development, build self-esteem, and spark imagination with loving attention and safety.   AAO will guide children's first steps toward life-long love of learning.


 
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