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The Alphabet House 

2015 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive

Atlanta, Georgia 30310

Phone: 678-705-5790

Emailalphabethouse2010@gmail.com

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WELCOME TO OUR SCHOOL HOUSE

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INVEST IN YOUR CHILD'S EDUCATION

At The Alphabet House, we believe that every child can exceed in learning and academia regardless of environment or setting. As our primary goal is to challenge and disrupt the modern-day classroom, we understand exactly what it takes to equip your child with the tools and resources needed to not only become a high-achiever, but to also be a confident and well-rounded student of life. Our students are bright, eager, and excited about everything that a classroom without limits has to offer!
The Alphabet House is searching for motivational speakers to come and engage with our students for one hour every Wednesday beginning in September. 
If you are interested in being a Speaker for the day, please complete a contact form below and one of our staffers will contact your shortly. 
Thank you for your support !

CAREER DAY SPEAKERS NEEDED! 

"Bridging the Gap"

ALPHABET HOUSE

EDUCATIONAL CD

DISK 1

The Alphabet Sisters excel individually as innovative and contemporary instructors with a strong desire to teach children without learning limitations. They have been educating children for over 15 years. This phenomenal duo has the skill set and the experience that exude excellence.

"Geek Club"

ALPHABET HOUSE

EDUCATIONAL CD

DISK 2

The Alphabet House is Bridging the Gap in Education through music. We are setting the standard of excellence!!!

WELCOME TO THE GEEK CLUB!!

WAYS TO HELP SUPPORT OUR SCHOOL

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Alphabet House School admits scholars of any race, color, national, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to scholars at the school. Alphabet House School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national, or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletics, or other school-administered programs