I have been living in Zionsville with my family since spring of 2012. We chose Zionsville because of its reputable school district. My husband and I were looking to live in a community with good schools which can help our son grow. We found Primrose School in Anson/Zionsville when our son was 2 1/2-years-old, and I was able to get a job there as a teacher as well.
My son will start first grade in public school after about 4 1/2 years, and I am pleased to admit that the experienced teachers and staff/management and professionally prepared curriculum in Primrose have helped my son learn, grow and develop in every area more than what we expected. During this period the management and staff of Primrose have worked with us whenever we had some time conflict or scheduling issue to take care of our son or even change my work schedule. The management of Primrose School also helped me with my educational expenses while I was studying at Ivy Tech Community College. They generously and graciously agreed to support me without any hesitation, and I was able to graduate magna cum laude in 2015.
My family and I have spent memorable years in Primrose and feel very blessed for our son’s good education and my employment and assistance for my education. As an immigrant who speaks English as second language, Primrose in Anson/Zionsville has been a wonderful place to start my career in Indiana even though I had about 10 years of experience in my home country. I, along with my husband and son, would like to thank everyone in Primrose School in Anson/Zionsville, in particular the management, Mrs. Brezette; the staff Mrs. Coomes and Ms. Wilson; and my son’s teachers. The past five years of my career in Primrose School, with all its ups and downs, was rewarding, and I am proud of it. I made good friends with staff, teachers and even children and their parents. I will miss them and I wish them luck.
Nahid Rezaei, Zionsville