Our teachers and caregivers are trained, ready and excited to help spark lightbulb moments for your child. We invite you to visit and see our Balanced Learning approach in action
Find out how our time-tested Balanced Learning approach makes the difference.
We aren't just a daycare in Carrollton, we are a premier early education and child care experience for children and families. We are conveniently located, just minutes down the road from Baylor Scott & White Medical Center and Polser Elementary School on King Arthur Boulevard.
Infant, Toddler, Early preschool, Preschool, Pre-kindergarten, Kindergarten, After school, Summer adventure club
Castle Hills Elementary School, Homestead Elementary School, Polser Elementary School, Indian Creek Elementary School, Hebron Valley Elementary School and Coyote Ridge Elementary School
Students, families, teachers and staff at our school came together to donate 3,363 food items to through our Caring and Giving Food Drive!
To show our appreciation, we hosted a special luncheon for several local heroes.
I was the odds-on favorite to be responsible for the first bad word to come out of my sweet daughter Avery’s 4 1/2-year-old mouth.
As children grow and get tablets and TVs of their own, parents often begin to worry – how much time is too much for children to spend engaged with technology? Where do we draw the line?
Communication at your fingertips
At Primrose®, we nurture curiosity, creativity, confidence and compassion and pay close attention to all aspects of your child’s development.
Carrollton, TX – Tom and Priscilla Chow opened up the Primrose School of Castle Hills in Carrollton in 2004. Their vision was to deliver the best and most trusted early childhood education and child care services for area families. Recently, the Chows were selected out of more than 240 Primrose Schools as National President’s Award winners for their passion, professionalism and commitment to the Carrollton community.
The National Education Association established the holiday 22 years ago to celebrate literacy.
This do-it-yourself craftivity allows your little physicist to gain an understanding of kinetic motion and use design thinking to create a lovely paper mobile.
Two-year-old Olivia was busy collecting sticks at the park.
When you hear an uplifting song, does your foot tap to the beat?