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
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
With the Indy 500 coming up, we thought we should get ready for race weekend here at Primrose. The 2021 Kindy 500 took place on May 21st! Race fans were very impressed with their speed this year! Good job Kindergarten!
Happy Graduation to our Pre-kindergarteners and Kindergarteners! We have loved watching you learn and grow over the past few years and months! Thank you parents for partnering with us in preparing your amazing children for their next educational adventure! And lastly, thank you teachers for all that you do each and every day to make our curriculum come alive in the classroom!
This year, we're offering kindergartners something more important than ever: a safe place to learn, and a sense of normalcy. Call the Primrose School of Noblesville, at 317-773-4900, to schedule a time to tour our school and meet our School Leadership Team and teachers.
Today we will be celebrating National Read Across America Day and Dr. Seuss's Birthday!
Our annual Caring and Giving Food Drive is back. Our students have gone above and beyond this year. This event 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. All contributions will be going 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!
Congratulations to our 2020 Private Pre-K and Private Kindergarten graduates! Since we couldn't hold our graduation ceremony the Pre-K and Kindergarten teachers delivered some special care packages to their students. We have loved watching you grow over the years and are so proud of everything you have accomplished! Can't wait to see where you go from here!
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!