SACS CASI Accreditation
BeanTree Learning strives for excellence in everything we do. That is why we sought and attained accreditation through SACS CASI (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement) and AdvancED, the leading organization in school improvement and academic excellence.
Each day, our gifted team members go above and beyond to prove our school is deserving of this honor. They work diligently day in and day out to ensure our students have the best of everything. We appreciate everything they do and congratulate them on an incredible achievement!
Throughout the ongoing process of continuous improvement, we will be working to improve our school in many ways. We commit to communicating with our families and team members along the way, keeping them informed, involving them directly in the process, and asking them for helpful feedback.
CLICK HERE to read the press release related to this exciting achievement!
The mission of BeanTree Learning is to prepare our students academically, socially, physically, and emotionally for their future educational and life experiences by providing them interactive, experiential activities and through self-guided and teacher-guided opportunities within a safe, secure, and healthy environment. We are committed to continually evaluating our processes, training our educators, and researching the latest instructional methods in order to support and encourage academic excellence for each of our students.
Our Vision Statement
The vision of BeanTree Learning is to become and remain the premier school for young children in the nation. We strive to be known for our second-to-none academic programs that are led by uniquely qualified and loving teachers, for our meaningful and long-lasting partnerships with parents, and as a place where teachers can thrive doing what they love. Our vision will be realized when each child who walks through our doors feels valued, treasured, and confident in his or her abilities to do all he or she can imagine.