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.
Find out how our time-tested Balanced Learning approach makes the difference.
Family of the Month is the Spradlin-Kutch Family
Ms. Schroot is the Apple of Our Eye for the month of March!
How do you raise a happy and confident girl? One father shares his valuable lessons.
We are now enrolling for our Summer Camp Adventure Club! We have so many fun-filled events and field trips planned this summer. Stop by the front desk to ask about enrolling for Summer Camp!
Graduating to the potty is stressful. Here's how you can make it successful.
“When it comes to early learning, Primrose shares the same goal as parents – we aim to maximize a child’s learning during a very important time in his life. We believe, and our outcomes show, that the most effective way to help each child reach her full potential is to ensure she is exposed to information in different ways using a balance of proven learning theories.”
Primrose School of Upper Arlington is excited to announce that we are now using 360 Connect. Primrose is a 360-degree partner in your child's learning experience. Our Primrose 360ConnectTM communication tool brings your child's daily learning and classroom experiences directly to your fingertips every day.
The Winter Games are finally here, and present an excellent opportunity for children to see countries and cultures from around the world come together and compete in exciting sporting events.
Primrose School of Upper Arlington invites you to come tour our school, meet our teachers and see the Primrose experience! Call today to learn how to secure your child’s enrollment with Primrose!
Recommending the right activity at the right time is child’s play.
Save these fun crafts and activities for a rainy day.
Hello! We are Deanna and Jason McGee– proud Franchise Owners of Primrose School of Upper Arlington.
More broccoli please," said no child ever. Until now.
There’s a reason for the phrase the terrible twos. We’ve all seen a toddler meltdown happen – in the checkout line, at the dinner table or in the toy aisle.