Primrose School of First Colony


Welcome to
Primrose Schools®

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.

Our Vision

Primrose Students
Tend to Outperform
Their Peers.

Find out how our time-tested Balanced Learning approach makes the difference.

Franchise Owners

Sotirios and Estela Papadopulos

We are Sotirios and Estela Papadopulos-proud Franchise Owners of Primrose School of First Colony.

We first discovered Primrose S...

Latest News

  • Open House

    Join us for our Community Open House on January 21st from 9am -12pm. Registration fees will be waived at the time of enrollment for new students.

  • Dr. Gloria Julius "How Much Screen Time is Too Much?"

    Technology can be a tool for your child to create, connect and learn. Learn how much screen time is healthy with these new guidelines from the @AmerAcadPeds.

  • Why Balanced Learning┬« Works

    It's a fact: children learn better when they are engaged. That's why purposeful play and nurturing guidance from teachers are key components of Balanced Learning. See how this time-tested approach with a strong emphasis on life skills and character development can help your child develop and excel.

  • Keeping Promises: Billy

    Making a promise means keeping your word. We promise to be good listeners, hard workers and kind friends.

  • Mucho Mundo: Bus

    Our students are cruising through their Mucho Mundo vocabulary by learning how to say "bus" in Spanish.

  • Paper Airplanes Post

    Our transportation lesson really takes flight with paper airplanes! They're easy to fold, fun to fly and full of benefits like fine motor development and hand-eye coordination.

  • Not a Box Post

    You can always count on a cardboard box to keep your child entertained for hours. Let them explore their creativity as they fold, cut, or paint it into something completely new!

  • Upcycled Tissue Box

    There are so many creative ways to recycle tissue boxes! This cute DIY craft makes us want to do a silly chicken dance.

  • Sign Language: Airplane

    As our students learn about transportation, practicing how to sign vehicles like "airplane" helps them describe the bustling world around them.

  • Rainbow Fish Book Post

    We may all be different, but in our school, we swim together. "The Rainbow Fish" is a great way to learn more about kindness, friendship and sharing.

  • Homemade Racetrack

    This DIY course will set your child's imagination racing! Simply use cardboard to make ramps for your child's toy cars or plastic balls.

  • Rocket Ship Post

    Imagination is blasting off in 3...2...1! Launch your child's creativity and encourage them to think outside of the cardboard box.

We'd love for your family to meet ours.