A new school with a new focus on learning, The Primrose School of Perrysburg, offers educational opportunities that differ from traditional schooling and daycare. “We have a balanced learning approach: a balance between purposeful play and nurture and guidance. There has been a ton of research and experience that has gone into developing this and we have shown with all our schools across the country that this is the best way to implement the early education,” says Sarah Churchill, the owner of this franchise location.
The school which has over 300 franchises in 23 states provides early education to over 60,000 children, from ages 6 weeks to 6 years old.
“We are so excited to bring Primrose to the Toledo area. We think that it can really fit a need in the area for high quality education and still offer extended care hours. We were parents first at Primrose and we just absolutely fell in love with it,” Churchill added. She and her husband, who are originally from Toledo, had been living elsewhere and had the opportunity to experience a Primrose School. “We wanted to move back to the Toledo area and started looking where our girls were going to go to school and we didn’t find something that we were used to, and that’s when we began to explore. We think a lot of people will appreciate having the experience that we had.”
The Perrysburg location is set to open in August for the upcoming school year. For more information, check out primroseschools.com.