published Saturday, January 30th, 2010

Primrose School

About Our Primrose School

You have great hopes for your child and so do we. That is why Primrose Schools distinguishes itself by creating a safe and nurturing environment where children are happy and continually preparing for a bright tomorrow.

We call our unique accredited curriculum Balanced Learning, blending the two leading philosophies of teaching children. One of those philosophies endorses a child-initiated approach, in which children are free to explore their individual interests with teacher support. The other places a greater emphasis on teacher direction, where an established curriculum leads children along a consistent learning path.

Through Balance Learning, we combine the best of both philosophies. We let the particular interests of each child serve as the springboard to healthy social, emotional, physical and academic development, while teachers guide them to self assurance and prepare them for lifelong academic and social success.

The Primrose School of East Brainerd was opened in 1993 and is owned by Dan Case and Lisa Laplante. The preschool has consistently been a State of Tennessee 3 Star Preschool/Daycare and has acheived top scores on the last 4 accreditations through the Primrose Schools Franchising Company. The School achieved CITA/SACS Accreditation in 2004. Please visit us on Gunbarrel Road in East Brainerd for a tour of Chattanooga's only " Educationally Based Child Care."

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