Primrose Schools Plans to Double in Units to Meet Educational Demand

With more and more families across America looking for high quality educational childcare, Primrose Schools is on track with expectations to double in size in the next five to seven years to meet this demand.

In order to spur growth throughout new and underserved markets, including Chicago, Washington, D.C., Boston, New York and California, the 270-unit child care franchise provides financial incentives to qualified prospects who sign franchise agreements before December 31, 2013.

“We are looking for franchise owners who are passionate about making a positive difference in their communities and committed to our brand promise: to deliver the best and most trusted early childhood education and child care services for families across America,” said Chris Goethe, Vice President of Franchising for Primrose Schools. “Many of our franchise owners are parents themselves who struggled to find adequate care for their own children and understand the immense demand for quality, educational child care services. They’ve worked in the corporate world and sought out Primrose to find a more rewarding career.”

Unlike a typical daycare franchise, Primrose Schools are education-based, offering the exclusive Balanced Learning® curriculum that addresses multiple aspects of growth and learning – social-emotional, cognitive, creative and physical skills – with a special emphasis on character development. The Primrose Schools Education Advisory Board works to continually improve every aspect of the care and education Primrose students receive, and helps Primrose achieve service excellence to meet the growing demand for quality early education and childcare in America.

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