CCSD operates preschool centers at four sites for children who have been identified as needing additional support in preparing for school. Children between the ages of 3 and 5 are eligible for services. Our Preschool centers happily serve over 300 preschoolers for Cherokee County Schools. We offer Georgia Pre-K, Head Start, and Special Needs Small Group and Inclusion programs. You can see our school curriculum and some programs we use in the classroom here.
Do you have a child who could benefit from CCSD's preschool program? Find out more at Preschool Special Needs
Holly Springs Preschool Center
Located on the Holly Springs Elementary School campus
1965 Hickory Road Canton, GA 30115
This center houses 1 Ga Pre-k class and 4 special needs classes.
Johnston Preschool Center
Located on the Johnston Elementary School campus
2031 East Cherokee Drive Woodstock GA 30188
This campus houses 1 Ga Pre-k class, 2 Head Start classes, 4 Special needs classes.
Oak Grove Preschool Center
Located on the Oak Grove Elementary School campus
6118 Woodstock Road Acworth, GA 30102
This campus houses 2 Ga Pre-k classes and 8 Special needs classes.
Ball Ground Preschool
Located on the Ball Ground Elementary School campus
321 Valley Street Ball Ground, GA 30107
This campus houses 1 Ga Pre-k Class.
Located on the Hast Elementary School campus
205 Brown Industrial Parkway Canton, Ga 30114
This campus houses 3 Ga Pre-k Classes and 1 Deaf- Hard of Hearing class.
R.M. Moore Preschool
Located on the R.M. Moore Elementary School campus
1375 Puckett Road Waleska, GA 30183
This campus houses 2 Ga Pre-k classes.
Ralph Bunche Center
400 Belletta Drive Canton, GA 30114
This campus houses 1 Ga Pre-k class, 2 Head Start classes, and 8 Special needs classes.
The History of The Ralph Bunche Center
The Ralph Bunche Center is an important part of Canton History. This historic building is named for American political scientist and Nobel Peace Prize recipient Ralph Bunche. The school began as the first African American high school for Cherokee County, back in the days of segregation. Proud graduates include an accomplished NASA astronaut, a politician, school principal, and even a judge. For many years now, the Ralph Bunche Center has housed Georgia Head Start, Pre-K, and preschool special education classes for the county. How lucky we feel to have had generations of children receive rich educational experiences inside this beloved building!