If you have children, you know how stressful it can be to find good, reliable childcare. For those who live or work in the Franklin area, a brand new child care center, located just a few minutes from the I-65, may relieve your childcare concerns.
Construction on a new daycare in Franklin–The Academy of Forrest Crossing–is almost complete. The childcare center is located at 377 South Royal Oaks Blvd, Franklin 37064 and is expected to be open early 2016 and will offer childcare from 7am-6pm.
The Academy of Forrest Crossing will be the 11th childcare center run by The Academy Child Development Centers and Preschools, which is privately owned and operated by a parent company, Never Grow Up, Inc., based in Franklin, Tennessee. The Academy operates preschools in Williamson, Davidson, Rutherford and Sumner Counties.
About The Academy
All Academy teachers are degreed and/or experienced in early childhood development. Teachers are all CPR and First Aid Certified, certified in Baby Sign Language, and trained in SIDS Prevention.
The Academy has been voted Best of Parent Magazine 8 years in a row. In addition to their daily curriculum, The Academy offers enrichment classes, an exclusive Kindergarten Bootcamp and fun seasonal family programs.
Other Williamson County centers include: The Academy of Maryland Farms, The Academy of Powell Place in Maryland Farms, The Academy of Cool Springs, The Academy of Westhaven, The Academy of Seaboard Lane, The Academy of McKay’s Mill and The Academy of Heritage Commons in Spring Hill.
You can request a tour or more information about The Academy of Forrest Crossing or any of their other locations here.
The Academy of Forrest Crossing is currently enrolling. You can reach them at (615) 512-6888 and visit www.academychildevelopment.com to learn more.More Franklin News