Our teachers and caregivers are chosen for their passion for helping children achieve their full potential. 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.
Our owner Jennifer Millington stopped by Lone Star Radio in Conroe to share our TOP insights into giving children a solid educational and social foundation.
Primrose School of Conroe is now enrolling Infants through Private Kindergarten students. We are also enrolling students in our Explorers After School program for school aged children. Please contact us today to learn more!
How do you raise a happy and confident girl? One father shares his valuable lessons.
What is STEAM? STEAM stands for science, technology, engineering, art and math. You may think some of these subjects seem lofty for young children to grasp. In some ways, that’s true. Young children may not be ready to understand multiplication or how computers work. However, they can develop a strong foundation for future learning by exploring STEAM skills and concepts through play and discussion, then applying those skills through more play.
Be sure to check out our Facebook page and "like' us. Lots of fun information and photos will be posted. Only children whose parents have given permission on the photo release waiver will have their photos posted.
Graduating to the potty is stressful. Here's how you can make it successful.
We offer a $220 tuition credit to any active family, who refers another family to our school and enrolls. Our parents are always talking about the wonderful programs Primrose Schools have to offer. Refer-a-Friend today, so that they can experience the same joy you have experienced!
Check out our Primrose Promise Pal on our hallway bulletin board! We are excited to be helping him for yet another wonderful year as well as communicating with him via pen pal! What a great feeling to be able to help others!
The Winter Games are finally here, and present an excellent opportunity for children to see countries and cultures from around the world come together and compete in exciting sporting events.
All parents strive to raise happy, healthy and productive children, but new research is changing what we consider to be the skills necessary for success in the 21st century.
Save these fun crafts and activities for a rainy day.
More broccoli please," said no child ever. Until now.
There’s a reason for the phrase the terrible twos. We’ve all seen a toddler meltdown happen – in the checkout line, at the dinner table or in the toy aisle.