It Takes A Village Academy

3605 Garden Oaks Dr
New Orleans, LA 70114

Geographic Area: Westbank
Geographic Zone: 7
Phone: 504-908-5569
Center Hours: 7:00 AM-5:00 PM

Ages Served: Inf - PK4

Program Details

Center philosophy, performance, cost, and other provided services. To learn more about how early childhood performance is measured, click here.

Director: Stacey Byes
Philosophy: The mission of it takes a village academy is to develop each child as a whole, by providing opportunities and programs that will enhance their mental, physical and social potential to the fullest.
Program Type: Multiple
Cost (tier): Tuition-assistance
Cost for 1 YR to PK4: Unavailable
Cost for Infants: Unavailable
Additional Fees: Registration, Before/aftercare
Schedule Type: Year Round
Center Performance: 3.71 (Approaching Proficient)
School Finder Page: Center Report Card
Licensed Capacity: 52

Admissions

How to apply, who is eligible to attend, and what factors determine which children are assigned. For more info on how OneApp works, click here.

Application Process:
OneApp
Applications Due: 02/23/2019
Transition To Kindergarden: Students must apply to a K program
Selective Admissions: Contact school for more information

It Takes A Village Academy (Head Start)

Grade(s) PK3-PK4

Eligibility: Eligibility and priority for Head Start programs is determined by an Eligibility Priority Criteria Score (EPC), a federally-regulated set of criteria designed to ensure Head Start Centers are serving the highest-need applicants. Head Start and Early Head Start programs are open to qualifying Orleans Parish residents who meet the program age requirements on or before September 30, 2019.
Priority: EPC Score

It Takes A Village Academy (CCAP)

Grade(s) INF-PK4

Eligibility: Louisiana Residents who meet income and work requirements (20+ hrs. per week in school, training, or job)
Priority: Apply directly for CCAP through the Louisiana Believes website: https://www.louisianabelieves.com/early-childhood/child-care-assistance-program

School Features

Transportation: Contact school for more information
Uniforms: Not Mandatory

Features & Programs:
Before Care/Aftercare, Before Care/Aftercare for siblings or older students, Computer Class, Fatherhood Initiatives, Field trips, Library, Parent meetings, Storytelling, Summer programming for siblings and older students, Tutoring for siblings and older students

Language Support:
Contact School for More Information

Special Education Services:
Emotional/Behavioral, Speech, Hearing Or Vision, Physical/Mobility And Other Medical Conditions Are Accomodated.