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Maggie Campbell’s Gingerbread House Early Learning Center provides a nurturing environment for children from infants to pre-teens at reasonable rates. The center offers healthy meals and snacks and transportation. The Center has a security system and video monitoring.

Instruction is provided for students based on age, with low student to teacher ratios. All teachers are licensed and certified.

With the health and safety of the students, parents and staff in mind, the Center is operating under the current CDC guidelines.

Maggie Campbell's Gingerbread House Early Learning Center is

Quality Rated by the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning.


Hours of Operation: 7:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday

Director: Jennifer Ezekiel


Phone:  229-388-9494

Infant Care and Learning

Each infant is given a safe, secure, warm, and caring atmosphere to guide their development at Maggie Campbell’s Early Learning Center.

In this program, children are provided with:

  • Nurturing classroom environments

  • Educational toys and stimulating activities

  • Developmental learning experiences

Toddler Care

Energy and excitement are a natural part of growth and learning. The Center channels that energy into positive learning experiences, giving toddlers room to move and explore, going beyond to provide nurturing guidance as they develop physical skills and master emerging milestones.


In this program, children are provided with:

  • Stimulating classroom environments

  • Learning experiences

  • Educational toys and activities

  • Gross motor skills

Early School - Age 2

Most 2-year-olds are filled with energy and an inborn curiosity about the world around them. They’re also quickly developing their sense of independence. The Center offers opportunities for them to explore their growing personality.


In this program, children are provided with:

  • Physical play

  • Social skills

  • Learning experiences

  • Variety of tactile learning materials

  • Fine motor skills

Early School - Age 3

The Center's early childhood education classroom is designed as a learning community, where children not only builds skills essential to success at age three, but also gains respect for others, and a strong sense of self-confidence.


This program provides a focus on:

  • Fostering independence

  • Cooperation & communication skills

  • Hands-on learning

  • Literacy and number concepts

  • Social skills

After School Care

After School Care is available for age 4-12 at Maggie Campbell Early Learning Center.  Students receive assistance with homework or virtual learning.  The program also aids in the development and usage of cognitive skills.  Additionally, outside activities or games are part of the after-school’s curriculum. 

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