Vestavia Hills, AL 35242 (205) 969-8202 Hours M-F 6:30am - 6pm facebook-icon
We are closing today March 19 at 2:00 pm Due to the Threat of Severe Weather
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.
We are the Moses Family – Shea, Jennifer, Kate, and Julianne. We have been part of the Primrose School family for 2.5 years. We are so happy to know that our girls are surrounded by such caring and thoughtful people at Primrose. We know Primrose is a supportive environment to help reinforce positive values of sharing, patience, using words, and many others. Our daughter’s growth and development continues to amaze us. They are well prepared to succeed in their future educational endeavors because of the Balanced Learning curriculum the school applies to its educational approach. Our girls love to tell us about their friends and teachers! They love to share with us the art, the stories, and the songs which are part of their day. We are so thankful to be a part of Primrose! We are so happy the Moses family is apart of our Primrose family!!
Catch a glimpse into the Primrose Summer Adventure Club the week of Spring Break. Our summer adventure club is designed to combine learning, exploration and all out fun for rising first graders through rising fifth graders. Experiences center on designated weekly themes and balance play, physical activity, discovery and learning.
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