Primrose School of Midtown at Colony Square


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

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Keri and Carl Stoltz

Latest News

  • Og's Book Donation

    Thank you to all of the Primrose children, families and staff who donated books to our Og’s Bountiful Books donation drive. Together we collected 445 books to donate to Children Read Atlanta!

  • March Family of the Month

    Evan, Diane and Eliza Holden joined Primrose in November 2016. Both lawyers, Evan (originally from Boston) and Diane (originally from Cincinnati) have been in Atlanta for over 6 years. Hear the rest of their story on the parent board in the lobby!

  • Science Fun: Making Crystal Geodes

    Science meets art in this simple experiment.

  • Rise Up

    Rise Up Primrose Midtown! Our teachers and students are gearing up to cheer on their favorite team. Hope you all enjoy a SUPER football weekend!

  • Brusha, Brusha, Brusha!

    It's always a great day when Dr. Diora from Colony Square Dental Associates come to visit. It's even better when she brings Ms. Toothbrush and Ms. Toothpaste! The ladies talked to our students about the importance of brushing to keep our teeth healthy and clean. And we played a game about what foods are most healthy for our teeth and what foods are not. Thanks for the visit!

  • 5 Ways to Help Your Child Be a Good Sport

    ​Sometimes you win and sometimes you learn. Teach your child to be a good sport with these five tips.

  • Filming Day!

    We were thrilled to be chosen to participate in filming for a Primrose training video at our school today. We had the honor of hosting Judy Jablon, education consultant and author. We've studied and referenced Judy's book Powerful Interactions and today we had the privilege of receiving her coaching first hand. Thank you to Judy and Shaun and the team from Primrose corporate headquarters for spending the day with us and imparting your wisdom!


    The Primrose School of Midtown will be closed the week of December 26th through December 30th for the Christmas Holiday. The school will reopen on Monday January 2nd.

  • Healthy, Store-Bought Snacks for Kids

    Let’s be honest: picking up snacks at the store can be much easier than preparing them from scratch. But which store-bought snacks are the healthiest?

  • Fairy Tales and Legends Week

    Fairy tales and Legends week always ends with a fun dress up day!

  • Primrose Election

    What a fun morning at Primrose Midtown! Our students are learning what it means to be responsible citizens by exercising their right to vote in the classroom. This morning we held our election and our older students cast their vote for their favorite candidate!

  • 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.

  • Parade of Costumes

    Our Parade of Costumes was a hit...with all princesses, ghosts and superhero's represented. Afterwards our families were treated to candy, games and lots of fun and dancing at the Colony Square, Scare on the Square event. Thank you Colony Square for showing us such a great time!

  • Firefighter Visit

    The local Atlanta Fire Department made a special visit to our school today! Our Pre-K and Kindergarten students enjoyed learning about fire safety and even had a chance to tour the fire engine! Thank you Atlanta Firefighters for visiting with us!

  • Breast Cancer Awareness

    We're wearing pink on Fridays in October in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness!

  • Celebrating Cultures Parade

    The world is a wondrous place. Our students are learning about diverse foods, dress and traditions at the Celebrating Cultures event.

  • Celebrating Cultures Parade

    Our teachers and students are gearing up for our first parade of the new school year. Each class has chosen a country to discover and students have been busy creating their costumes. Please plan to join us to see their costumes first-hand at our Celebrating Cultures Parade, Thursday, September 29 at 3:30pm. You won't want to miss it!

  • Grandparents Tea

    What a wonderful event we shared with our Grandparents this morning. Our Grandparents Tea was filled with giggles and smiles as we shared biscuits and fruit with our Mimi's, GoGo's, Pop-Pop's, Nana's and Gramps galore. Thank you for sharing your morning with us!

We'd love for your family to meet ours.