Cascade Elementary School 2326 Venetian Dr SW, Atlanta, GA30311 Cascade Elementary School bears the name of the community of which it has been a part of for decades. On its…More website, Cascade Elementary School stresses the importance of enriching students' lives through education and preparing them for success in a global society. Cascade's faculty and staff also strive to instill self-esteem and self-confidence. In order to provide such enrichment, Cascade's faculty and staff focus on providing a strong basic skills foundation for all of its students and building relationships with the parents and the community.
Apec Learning Center 1099 Cascade Rd SW, Atlanta, GA30311 This child-care center offers daytime care for children 6-weeks to four-years-old. A creative curriculum is used to…More enhance social and physical abilities. After-school, summer camp and occasional care is also available for elementary-school age children. Transportation is offered to the center from six Cascade-area elementary schools. John A. White Park is across the street from the facility.
Venetian Hills is a community school that has been part of Cascade Heights for decades.
Venetian is currently…More focusing on reforming the school in order to eliminating the state achievement gap by 2011. Faculty and staff are working under the Success for All, Reading First and Project GRAD Math programs. These programs emphasize strategies such as individual tutoring and early intervention to produce competitive and productive students.
Kimberly Elementary has been part of Cascade Heights for decades. It remains a community school where children…More receive an academic education as well as lessons in social development. The faculty and staff have implemented extracurricular programs and partnerships to mold Kimberly students into well-rounded citizens.
The school started a Fitness Club to help combat the problem of childhood obesity. In addition, students can participate in afterschool activities, such as boy scouts and a leadership program sponsored by the Kiwanis Club.
In order to help its students succeed even more, the school is recruiting additional volunteers to help mold and motivate students. The faculty seeks further partnerships and fundraising opportunities to help make the school a completely modern learning environment.
Peyton Forest has educated countless students in the Cascade Heights area since it opened in 1968. More…More than 40 years later, the school has undergone a partial renovation, which expanded the technology lab and some classrooms.
A mix of new and veteran teachers runs a mandatory Wednesday tutorial for all students, regardless of grade-level performance. Those excelling are encouraged to work even harder, and those needing extra help are given the tools to improve. Many of the teachers are still pursuing advanced degrees and certifications to even better help students excel.