Bits & Bytes Learning Center
Lithonia, GA 30038
About This School
In 2010, Bits & Bytes Learning Center had 6 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Georgia average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Students Per Teacher (2010)
Bits & Bytes Learning Center Reviews
Education is taught at a fast paced with weekly/biweekly tests. Lots & lots & lots of HW. Poor air quality & ventilation. Some of the teachers genuinely care about the students. Management cares about being paid timely. Overall: K3 = C+; K4 = B+; K5=A-; 1st Grade=B-; 2nd Grade = C+; 3rd - 5th Grade = C+.
My son was struggling in public school system so bad he started to dislike school.Since he started Bits and Bytes he has developed a new outlook for learning and now he actually likes going to school. Thank you Bits and Bytes!!!
MY CHILDREN STARTED THIS SCHOOL IN THE MIDDLE OF THE SCHOOL YEAR. BY THE END OF THE SCHOOL YEAR I WAS AMAZED MY HOW MUCH THEY HAD LEARED IN SUCH A SHORT TIME. THIS SCHOOL PROVIDED MY WHAT THEY NEEDED TO CHALLENGE THEM. I OVE THIS SCHOOL. THE TEACHERS ARE WONDERFUL.
This school is great. The children are learning well above their public school counterparts. My children are receiving an outstanding education for a very low price. Yes, the infrastructure could be better, but keep in mind it is 100% private, the school gets no government assistance. I highly recommend it and my children will stay there until middle school.
My I first, visit at this school I could see that the teachers genuinely cared and loved their students. Their curriculum pushes students to reach their optimal potential. I was amazed how much my children were obtaining at this school. All students are working one grade level ahead. The quality education that your child will receive at is worth much more than the tuition. Bits and Bytes Academy is like all school it’s not PERFECT but they sure work hard at trying to be. WE LOVE THIS SCHOOL.
This is a great school. The children here are learning at grade levels ahead of their public school counter parts. Low student teacher ratio. Teachers and administration very accessible and helpful.
Very weak school administration. Poor Building infrastructure with bad ventilation system.
Administration needs to concentrate more on curriculum.