Meet our Administrators
Logan Harris first attended The Learning Tree Academy as a student when her mother opened the center in 1993. She participated in the CIT/LIT program as a teenager and began working as a lifeguard at the age of 16. She continued to work as a lifeguard at The Learning Tree during the summers while pursuing her degree in Spanish at Presbyterian College. After graduation, Logan and her husband Kyle returned to Toccoa. At this time, she began working as a counselor during the summer program and in the fall of 2010 assumed the role of Assistant Director. Logan has a special love for the children and staff at The Learning Tree Academy. This is not only because she loves working with children, but also because The Learning Tree is a part of so many of her childhood memories and is the place where she learned much of what has made her into the person she is today. Logan has many dreams and goals for her future at The Learning Tree including using her degree in Spanish to enrich the academics offered within the classrooms. Logan and Kyle are happy to be a part of the “LTA family” and feel blessed to have such a wonderful place for their sons and daughter to learn and grow.
(School Age Programs)
Samantha began attending The Learning Tree Academy (LTA) as a 2nd grade student. During her senior year of high school, she began her career at LTA as a teacher in the afterschool program. While in college at the University of Georgia, Samantha completed an internship at UGA's McPhaul Child Development Lab and shortly after obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Child and Family Development. After graduation, Samantha returned to LTA as the lead Pre-K teacher. The following year, she moved to kindergarten teacher until assuming the role of supervisor in 2014. During her free time, Samantha enjoys crafting and spending time at the lake. "I have so many wonderful memories and look forward to continued success and many new discoveries with children at LTA!"
(Programs 6 weeks- 2 yrs)
Heidi is originally from Rochester, New York. She came to Toccoa Falls College in '93 where she earned a degree in Cross Cultural Communications. During high school and college, Heidi worked with inner city children for the Salvation Army. After graduation, she worked for the YMCA as a camp counselor and preschool gymnastics coach. Her love for children led her to The Learning Tree Academy in the fall of 2009 when she began working with infants. In 2014 Heidi assumed her role as Supervisor. Heidi lives in Toccoa with her husband and children. Her oldest son currently attends college in KY.