Primrose School at Oregon Park


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 why our Active Minds, Healthy Bodies, Happy Hearts® philosophy makes the difference.

Franchise Owners

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Cheryl and Dan Bahneman

Latest News

  • Now Enrolling

    We are now enrolling for our school! There are spaces avaiable in our afterschool Explorer's Program now and our Toddler and Early Preschool classrooms come in Janurary. Contact the school to schedule a tour now and see what sets Primrose School at Oregon Park apart from others!

  • Thanksgiving holiday

    Please remember we will be closed on Thursday, 11/26 and Friday, 11/27 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday!

  • Caring & Giving

    Being thoughtful and giving back makes us feel good for contributing to something bigger than ourselves. Similarly for children, learning to give to others at a young age helps them develop a sense of empathy and citizenship.

  • Fri dec 4

    11 Alive Can-A-Thon Donation Day

    After all your hard work of donating our donation day is here! We will be taking all our non-perishable items to o...

  • Save the Children

    We're excited to announce our new partnership with Save the Children to help give children a better chance at a brighter future. In honor of this partnership, our school will be sponsoring a child to help provide books and educational materials to their local school. Our Pre-K, Kindergarten and Explorer students will also be writing letters to their Primrose Promise Pals throughout the year. For more information, stop by our Primrose Promise bulletin board.

  • Encouraging Cooperation with Children

    The definition of cooperation is simple enough – combining energies to work towards a common goal. But teaching its meaning to a young child is easier said than done. Cooperation requires a combination of character attributes, such as being respectful, honest, helpful and thoughtful. Though these are traits every parent wants their child to have, young children naturally tend to be focused on themselves. They can, however, learn these traits over time through frequent encouragement and modeling by adults.

We'd love for your family to meet ours.