Welcome to Grant Joy Learning
Director Kelley Maltby, M.Ed., is a native of Georgia and Alabama. She graduated Valedictorian of her High School class at Alabama Christian Academy in Montgomery, Alabama. There, Kelley played on the tennis and volleyball teams and was voted Miss Citizenship her Senior year. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in English from Troy University and a Master of Education from Alabama State University. In between obtaining her college degrees, Kelley followed a lifelong dream of serving in the United States Peace Corps. Her assignment was teaching English as a Second Language in Gdansk, Poland. She has continued to teach English as a Second Language to this day.
Throughout Kelley’s life she has served as Teacher, Foster Mom, Girl Scout Leader, and Volunteer at a Children’s Home, Tutor, and Mentor to children. After starting her own family, Kelley became acquainted first hand with the world of special needs students. These students may or may not be diagnosed with ADHD , Dysgraphia and/or Dyscalculia. Kelley knows that nontraditional learners are most often as bright or even above average as the traditional learner. Alternative learning methods such as Orton Gillingham, Lindamood Bell and The Wilson Reading program are utilized at Grant Joy Learning that meet the needs of each individual student. A free 14 minute mini lesson is provided to each potential client to ascertain the student’s current level of achievement and develop a customized tutoring plan. A weekly progress report is emailed to the parent/responsible party. Call or complete the Contact Us section to discover how Grant Joy Learning may assist you.