Primrose School of NE Green Oaks

Introduction

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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Lynne Groff, LMSW and Jim and Isobel Morton

Latest News

  • Voted Best in Early Education in Living Magazine 2015 & 2016

    We are very proud to announce that Primrose School of N.E.Green Oaks was voted Best in Early Education by readers in Living Magazine for 2 consecutive years 2015 & 2016!. Thanks to all who voted.

  • Arlington Today Magazine All Star Honorable Mention

    We are proud to announce that we were selected to the Arlington Today Magazine All Stars Readers Choice for 2016 for Preschool!

  • Prep Step #2: Create a Family Emergency Plan

    Preparation is key when it comes to navigating emergencies – it’s important that each family member knows exactly what to do if a scary situation occurs. Use this "Spot the Difference" activity to begin the discussion with your child.

  • Celebrating Cultures Parade for Preschool to Kindergarten Friday September 30th at 10:00am

    Parents come join our students from Preschool to Kindergarten as we hold our annual Celebrating Cultures Parade! Throughout the month of September we have been learning about Alike and Different. We end the month with a parade where the students can wear or carry something that represents their cultural heritage. Myself and Jim & Isobel while we are American Citizens are not originally from here. We were all born in Scotland. So each year we bring a little of our cultural heritage to the parade as we invite Pipe Major Robert Richardson to play his bagpipes for the parade. He will come in full Scottish dress sporting his kilt and sporran! He will lead the students on the parade while he plays his bagpipes. Parents of younger children are invited to still come and bring their younger students out to watch the parade. If you have never heard bagpipes it is an experience!!! Pipe Major Robert Richardson is always willing to stay to take pictures with families as long as he does not have a funeral to play in honor of a fallen soldier.

  • Prep Step #1: Know Your Emergency Contacts

    Learn how an ICE card Teach your child the importance of having an ICE card (In Case of Emergency) with this fun activity.

  • Simple Steps to Teach Your Preschooler Safety Skills

    ​Safety is a top priority at Primrose. Helping young children understand emergencies and how to be prepared for them is extremely important. That’s why we’ve teamed up with national partner Save the Children®, the national leader in child-focused emergency preparedness and response, again this year to promote its Get Ready. Get Safe. initiative.

  • 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.

We'd love for your family to meet ours.