Local families will soon have another option for early childhood education.
Primrose School of Garden Oaks, which plans to open its doors in the fall, is set to join more than 40 existing Houston-area institutions for the Atlanta-based national system of accredited private preschools. Primrose provides a premier early education experience for children and families.
Franchise owners, leadership teams and school staff partner with parents to help build a foundation for future learning and in life. Schools and educators serve children beginning at 6 weeks old, and full-day programs go up through private kindergarten. They also offer before and after-school programs for children up through 5th grade and a full summer camp.
“We provide them with the building blocks to be successful when they leave our school,” said Brandi Muse, the franchise owner for Primrose School of Garden Oaks.
Primrose Schools’ “Balanced Learning Curriculum” is a comprehensive education program incorporating STEAM components as well as Spanish. Schools provide materials, book and toys, service excellence training, assessment and extensive parent communication, all of which are aligned to engage children in a learning program tailored to their development.
Muse said tuition for the preschool program (for students 2-3 years old) will be $315 per week.
“Our goal is to create and encourage curiosity, creativity, confidence and compassion with these young learners,” Muse said.
The soon-to-be two-story school will occupy 14,000 square feet on Judiway Street between Alba Road and Golf Road, nestled in the heart of a burgeoning Garden Oaks neighborhood.
“As this area’s turning into one with all of these new families moving in everywhere, we’re so excited to bring those building blocks for little ones into the area to help them be successful when they leave our school and go to public school,” Muse said.
Capacity at Primrose School of Garden Oaks will be 200 full-time enrollees, according to Muse, though the number of students on campus may vary at times depending on how many part-time enrollees sign up.
“We believe that every child represents the promise of a better tomorrow and we are committed to making a difference for all of America’s children,” the school’s website reads.
Muse said she has already spoken with more than 100 families who have enrolled – or intend to enroll – a child in the Primrose School of Garden Oaks. Workers will begin moving dirt Friday, and Muse said it typically takes seven months to build a Primrose School.
“The community has been so welcoming, and we’re so excited for our school to come to the Garden Oaks community,” she said.
Parents wishing to inquire about what the school has to offer or enrolling their child can reach Muse at 713-290-0955 or firstname.lastname@example.org.