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Caterpillar International Academy focuses on providing a unique learning opportunity for children, fusing both education and play into a safe environment to stimulate fun and a love for learning into young minds and encouraging lifelong independence for every child.


C.I.A will do this by ensuring each child has a takeaway they learn each day. While the day is full of fun, social interaction, and hands-on projects, all activities will include the daily takeaway, so that kids will feel at ease and ready to learn more. This type of learning style has become a proven model to better prepare children for school and keep their active and creative minds prepared to learn more.

OUR MISSION: Our mission at Caterpillar International Academy is to provide each child with an educational experience that promotes the independence of a child. In order to promote independence our C.I.A teachers are trained to nourish, nurture, and educate each child’s social, emotional, physical, and cognitive growth. Not only are we committed to children, but also to parents and families by providing emotional support and ongoing resources.

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Caterpillar International Academy has gained the trust of parents for providing an environment conducive to early childhood education. You can count on CIA to provide a safe and secure environment for learning. 


  • Main entrance monitored by a friendly Team Member

  • Team Members are background checked

  • Eagle eye cameras provide continuous monitoring

We're located within walking distance of the Sandy Springs Fire Rescue and Sandy Springs Police Station.

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My Plate:

At Caterpillar International Academy, we follow the The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) program  MyPlate.

The colorful divided plate includes sections for vegetables, fruits, grains, and protein foods. MyPlate's user-friendly, interactive website provides simple messages, such as:


  • choose variety — the best meals have a balance of items from different food groups

  • fill half your child's plate with vegetables and fruits

  • make at least half the grains you serve whole grains, like oatmeal, whole-wheat bread, and brown rice

  • serve fat-free or low-fat (1%) milk and water rather than sugary drinks

  • don't serve oversized portions

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