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Westland's Children's Academy

9728 Westland Dr
Knoxville, TN 37922-5114
(865) 671-5783


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                          Westland Children's Academy is not a place I think children can thrive. My child cried every morning at drop off and ran to me like he could not get out of the place fast enough. Management never took my complaints seriously when my child would come home with bite marks on his body. I was told that bitting is developmentaly appropriate and that my child would be better off at an in home setting with less children. They did not want to give my child a bottle with his neccesary nutrients that he could not get from food because of our religious beleifs. There was always a different teacher in his classroom. The classroom was alwasys out of control when I droped off and picked up my son. I have since pulled my child out and got a nanny and it was the best decision I have made.


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