Meet The Teacher
Name: Bryanna M. Dunigan
Role/Position: Academy Director
Grade Level Taught: Every age
Major: Early Childhood/Psychology
Graduate: Associates/ Finishing Psychology at UCF
18 years of childcare experience. 7 of those years as a Director and Area Director for well-known preschools.
All children are unique. I believe in an environment that promotes social, emotional, and mental development in a positive and stimulating style. Providing a safe and healthy learning space where children can share their ideas and learn to grow their creativity. I believe children excel and thrive with hands-on activities and choices to establish skills with a challenge, and to never give up. I want them to know it is okay to ask questions, and it is okay to make mistakes. I want my learners to be able to recognize and accept that everyone is different, and it is those differences that make them who they are. I not only want to help develop great learners, but I also want to help develop great people!
What Parents Like You Have To Say
"The teachers REALLY care! I can't say that enough. It is everything. I HIGHLY recommend this place. They are flexible and the kids come out so advanced. I will miss them dearly when my son leaves there after kindergarten, but as soon as my daughter is old enough, she will be there!"
"This school is AMAZING. They have gone above and beyond to exceed my expectations. We miss the staff tremendously. I find comfort in knowing I have found a place for my 1 year old to experience and enjoy just as much as his big sister does. "
"We have had a child at Academy of Excellence for almost six years and plan on doing so for another three more at least. I’ve always said that this isn’t just a school- it’s a family. It’s more than just a school because not only is the learning top notch, but the kids acquire important life lessons and how to value all those around them."
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