Our teachers and caregivers are trained, ready and excited to help spark lightbulb moments for your child. We invite you to visit and see our Balanced Learning approach in action
Thank you for your interest in our school. My name is Jackie Bell and I, along with my husband, Tom, and our friend Randy Brown, partnered to open the Primrose School of Noblesville in October of 2008. I am the luckiest one of the group as I get to oversee operations at the school on a daily basis. I'm not sure which I love more; working with our staff, visiting with the parents or playing with the children. Tom and I have been interested in the education of children for many years. He has his B.S. in Physical Education and his Masters Degree in Special Education. Plus, he holds his Indiana School Administrator License. Tom is currently the Director of Special Education at Hamilton Southeastern Schools. My B.S. Degree is in Natural Resources; however, my experiences working with children have helped me to understand the importance of a quality education. Tom and I have had the pleasure of raising three wonderful children and during their younger years I found great enjoyment in finding activities that would help them prepare for the next milestone and reach their full potential academically, socially and emotionally. I also spent several years in the classroom as a substitute teacher in the Noblesville school system. I found it very rewarding. It gave me the opportunity to be in many different classrooms and experience many different teaching styles. The knowledge and understanding of classroom management that I obtained while substituting has come in very useful while operating our school. Together, Tom and I have over 25 years experience in educating children and when we came across Primrose Schools, we knew we had found a perfect fit for us. The research based Balanced Learning approach used by Primrose goes right along with our belief that children need to be nurtured not only cognitively but also socially, emotionally and physically. Our goal is to help children reach their full potential in all of the learning domains and to become well rounded individuals.
We are conveniently located on North Point Boulevard, minutes down the street from Prospect Park and Stony Creek Elementary School. Unlike an ordinary daycare in Noblesville, we provide your child with a robust early education and child care experience.
Infant, Toddler, Early preschool, Preschool, Pre-kindergarten, Kindergarten, After school, Summer adventure club
White River Elementary School, Durbin Elementary School, Stony Creek Elementary School, Promise Elementary School and Sand Creek Elementary School
Thank you to the Noblesville Fire Department for having our Pre-K students today! They learned about fire safety and loved seeing the trucks and equipment! 🚒
To better meet the individual needs of every child, we’re proud to implement Ages & Stages Questionnaires® (ASQ®-3 and ASQ®:SE-2) in Primrose schools across the country.
Congratulations to the Randall Family! You are our Family of the Month! When asked about Primrose, they said, "Our children's teachers genuinely care about them; they know their likes, dislikes, when they reach milestones, and what makes them happy." We appreciate all that the Randall Family contributes to Primrose and we are so happy to have them as a part of our school.❤️
Each Primrose school is held to high standards of safety and cleanliness while maintaining a caring and nurturing environment where children can thrive.
The Explorers met some awesome animals at the 4-H Fair this week!
There’s no question that parents want their preschoolers to grasp the basics of colors, numbers and letters to foster a lifetime of learning.
Congratulations to our staff with July anniversaries!! We are celebrating Mrs. Tooley's 13 year anniversary and Mrs. Chabha's 1 year anniversary!! We are truly thankful for their commitment and dedication to our school and we are looking forward to many more years to come❤️
It might seem odd to think about your preschooler exploring data analysis and algebra.
Congratulations to our Assistant Director, Ms. Bell, on her 4 year anniversary at Primrose!! We are truly thankful for her commitment and dedication to our school and we are looking forward to many more years to come!
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 are so happy so many of our Primrose families could come to our Sweetheart Spaghetti Supper! We hope everyone enjoyed their time with family and friends and had a nice break from cooking dinner! Thank you for sharing your little Valentines with us! #primroseproud
This month we are celebrating Ms. Kalyn's 1 year anniversary!! We are truly thankful for her commitment to our school and for always providing us with the yummiest meals! We are looking forward to many more years to come
The Kindergarteners worked hard at their Literacy Centers this week!
Thank you to all of our Primrose Families for donating during the Spring Fling Event! We raised a total of $6,000! We are excited that half will go to support Fueled For School and will be used to purchase food for Noblesville children facing food insecurity and the other half will go to the Primrose Children's Foundation! This foundation combines the efforts of Primrose Schools across the country to help children and families in need. We appreciate the generosity!
Silly Safari came for a visit and we loved seeing all of the amazing animals that they brought!
This week we celebrated National Day of Belongingness! Belongingness means fostering an environment where everyone feels included, and at Primrose Schools, we’ve made that a part of every day for the past 40 years. That’s why this year, Primrose created National Day of Belongingness, and we invite every family—from Primrose and beyond—to join us as we nurture kindness, respect, understanding and inclusivity.
The Explorers have been talking about characteristics of good leaders. If we are good leaders, we can change the world! This week we worked on a special art project to show how each of us can change the world!
Be sure to check out the Kindergarten hallway bulletin board this month! They blew bubbles to create their artwork and it turned out great!
This week we got to take the Primrose bus to the Indianapolis Children's Museum. We had so much fun exploring all of the different exhibits!
Congratulations to our staff with June Anniversaries! We are celebrating Mrs. Kristen and Ms. Lisa with 5 years, Ms. Emily with 4 years, and Ms. Kayla with 1 year! We are truly thankful for their commitment and dedication to their students and to our school.
Donut's with Dad made for a very special breakfast! Hope everyone has an amazing Father's Day!
Congratulations to the Hinkle Family for being our Family of the Month! When asked about Primrose they said, "Since starting at Primrose, both of our boys have grown in every aspect of their development." We appreciate all that the Hinkle family contributes to our school, and we are happy to have them as a part of our Primrose family!
Congratulations to Ms. Rilee, you’re the Apple of Our Eye for the month of May! Ms. Rilee's favorite thing about Primrose is the connections and relationships that she has built since she began. Thank you, Ms. Rilee, for all that you do for us each day. We are so lucky to have you as part of our Primrose family! #appleofoureye
"A teacher takes a hand, opens a mind, and touches a heart." Thank you to all of our parents for helping us celebrate all of our amazing teachers last week!! #teacherappreciationweek2022
The way Preschool 2 cares for the Earth and for their bodies!
Thank you to everyone who participated in our Spring Fling! Our families went above and beyond to help us raise money for the Primrose Children's Foundation and the local charity Fueled for School. Fueled for School provides food insecure youth with nutritious meal packs, promoting the educational value of nutrition, increasing access to local food, and instilling hope for Hamilton County children. Thank you for helping us do our part to support the children in our community!
The Easter Bunny left us a surprise out on the playgrounds this morning!
Congratulations to the Santiago/Kissel Family for being our Family of the Month! When asked about Primrose they said, "We adore every teacher Liam has had. They are all wonderful, caring, and loving. Especially Mrs. Joyce and Ms. Schneider. Liam loves them so much." We appreciate all the Santiago/Kissel family contributes to Primrose, and we are so happy to have them as part of our school!
Congratulations to the Kline family for being our Family of the Month! When asked about their Primrose experience they said, "We have been blown away by how well our toddler interacts with other children, learns quickly, and is a well-intentioned little person." We have loved watching your daughters grow! We appreciate all that you contribute to Primrose and we are happy to have you as part of our school!
Congratulations to Ms. Kayla, you’re the Apple of Our Eye for the month of March! Ms. Kayla's favorite thing about Primrose is "the connections that she has made with all of the children and parents." Thank you, Ms. Kayla, for all that you do for us each day. We are so lucky to have you as part of our Primrose family!
This month, we’re learning about the world beneath our feet, from the rocks we walk on to the crawling creatures around us. During Small Group Literacy, the Preschool 1 Classroom read a rhyming poem called "Soil, Soil".
Congratulations to Mrs. Layman, you’re the Apple of Our Eye for the month of February! When asked what her favorite thing about Primrose is, she said, "Everyone I work with. Everyone has been so kind to me. I appreciate all the kindness I have received!" Thank you for all that you do for us each day, Mrs. Layman. We are so lucky to have you!
We celebrated Valentine's Day with crafts, treats, and classroom parties!
Congratulations to Ms. Taylor, the Apple of Our Eye for the month of January! Her hobbies include painting, reading, and sewing. Her favorite things about Primrose include all of her friendly coworkers and being able to spend her days playing with the kiddos! We are so lucky to have you, Ms. Taylor!
This unit is all about movement in the Preschool classrooms. Today they worked together to create movement based art. They decided on two colors of paint, placed two metal balls in the box with the paint, and used a magnet on the outside of the box to create their artwork!
The winner of the 2021 Pumpkin Decorating contest and Costume Contest goes to the one and only Preschool 1 classroom (Ms. Liz and Ms. Layman) and the Preschool Pathways Classroom (Ms. Ervin)!
We are proud to announce that we reached the standards for Level 4 Paths to Quality again this year! This is the highest level achievable in the state of Indiana. We couldn't have done this without the commitment to greater education from our Teachers and Leadership Team!
The Caring and Giving Food Drive is a great opportunity for the Primrose School of Noblesville children to learn the joy of giving back firsthand as they practice compassion and generosity. Our families collected a total of 640 items! All contributions will be given to the Good Samaritan Network of Hamilton County.
The 2020 campaign season is over for the Kindergarten students! At Primrose, Election Day isn’t about who wins or loses. It’s organized to help our students understand the importance of civic involvement and being aware of their community, of friends in their classroom, and their neighborhood. At the Primrose Election Day Event, the children showed voter I.D. cards, cast their ballots and received “I Voted!” stickers. And the results: Mia the Mouse was the big winner, and Apples and Goldfish for the winning snack!
Thank you to the Noblesville Fire Department for visiting our school. While here, they discussed what they do for their job, talked about how we can stay safe, and showed us around the fire truck!
Our Summer Adventure Club has been making some awesome crafts! This week we made a "coral reef" for our fish!
How does your garden grow? Discussing the steps of growing a flower or a plant is a great spring activity. Our Preschool Class had so much fun working in the Primrose Patch this morning!
Opportunities to learn about our world can be as simple as looking down! This month is all about exploring "What's Beneath My Feet?" and our students loved getting to look down, examine and talk about what they saw.
This month we celebrated the 10 year anniversary of our Assistant Director, Ashley! She started as a teacher in our Preschool classroom and later moved into the office as an Assistant Director. Thank you Ashley, for guiding our teachers to lead their classrooms in a positive and impactful way! All of your hard work over the years has made a great difference in the Primrose School of Noblesville. You are truly valued by all of our families and teachers!
The Primrose School of Noblesville was featured in the Morse Lake Living magazine!
Hamilton County Reporter newspaper featured the Primrose School of Noblesville teachers and their great achievements!
PRIMROSE WAY: Being school ready is just the beginning.