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1824 King Arthur Boulevard

Carrollton, TX 75010

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Posted January 19, 2013

We can't say enough great things about this school. One or both of our girls (now ages 3 and 6) have been at Primrose Castle Hills for the past 6 years. Everyone there--owners, management, teachers and other staff show a strong commitment to excellence. They provide a fabulous curriculum in a warm, caring, nurturing, safe environment. Everyone is genuinely delighted to see your child every morning and there is so much comfort in that as a parent! Our girls have thrived there. We love "our" Primrose!
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Posted June 6, 2012

This is a great school. Both of my children have attended since they were 8 weeks old. My oldest, who is 4, enjoys to read and write. His least favorite part of the day is nap time because he has to take a break from the fun classroom activities. There is something at Primrose of Castle Hills that you cannot put a figure on - peace of mind. I know that my children are well taken care of and loved by every teacher they have had. Yes, there are some staff members who have issues, but they do not seem to last long. Overall, the school is great and the owners take a vested interest in the school. How many places have an owner who you actually see at the school on a fairly regular basis?
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Posted September 2, 2011

This is an absolutely great school. My son has been at Primrose of Castle Hills since he was 2 months old. He is now 3.5 yrs old and still attending Primrose half a day. My son is blind due to a rare childhood cancer. Primrose has been very supportive with Austin since the day he started and through out the past 2 yrs as he has under gone treatments for his cancer.
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Posted January 2, 2011

Great school. Our younger daughter started in preschool and ended up in the Private Kindergarten where her elder sister had been 2 years before. Our girls are polar opposites but both showed enormous progress under the careful skill of one of the best teachers we have found. Preschool teachers were also great. We found the management willing to accommodate parents to ensure the best for the kids, very professional.
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