Primrose School of Bear Creek

★★★☆☆
  • 3395 South Kipling Parkway

    Lakewood, CO 80227

    Map & Directions
  • 303-716-7147

About Primrose School of Bear Creek

Categories
  • Preschools
  • Private Schools
  • Child Care
Details
  • After School Care
  • Before School Care
  • Infant Care
  • Toddler Care
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Hours
M-F 6:30am-6pm, Sa-Su Closed (School hours may vary during the holidays)
Emails
  • kandersen@primrosebearcreek.com
Phones
  • Fax (303-716-7149)

Education

Education
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I had my son enrolled in this school. I first want to say I love the schools system just this owner and director are HORRIBLE.! My son started there when he was a little less the 2, he did great up until the summer before he was suppose to start pre-school there. It started when he started to get bored in one class the would which him around to different classes, where he could not "fully" be a part of that class because of his age. So when it came time for field trips they would tell him that he was only 3 and had to go hang out with either another class much younger then him or sit in the office. Then he started to learn that if he misbehaved in a class he would get to go back and see his old friends, so thats what he did. Not looking for an excuse for is behavior, but yea. Then it got worse when he actually got into preschool there, it started get then the teacher of the class was literally being mean to him. One day dropping him off the teacher went out of her way not to say anything to him until we asked her what the heck, then she only said "..your not shy." The directed refused to do anything about it, except to move him classes. Once in the new class his behavior changed and everything was great. With the exception of normal behavior for his age. Then one day he was found in the bathroom holding his stomach asking for his mommy, because he had an upset stomach. Once notified of the situation we quickly went and got him, where he was found sitting in he office with diarrhea in his pants and both the teacher and director in a little 6 by 6 office with nothing due when there was a clean pair in his backpack. After that things went downhill. Then he was kicked out because he was not the "model student." Two weeks after him being kicked out they released information about his time there to a complete stranger to them, when confronted about the situation the owner could only say, "I am very sorry and he swore he was related to him." I just want people to know the hit my son went through and is still missing his friends. I would recommend another Primrose just not Bear Creek or ken Caryl.

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I had my son enrolled in this school. I first want to say I love the schools system just this owner and director are HORRIBLE.! My son started there when he was a little less the 2, he did great up until the summer before he was suppose to start pre-school there. It started when he started to get bored in one class the would which him around to different classes, where he could not "fully" be a part of that class because of his age. So when it came time for field trips they would tell him that he was only 3 and had to go hang out with either another class much younger then him or sit in the office. Then he started to learn that if he misbehaved in a class he would get to go back and see his old friends, so thats what he did. Not looking for an excuse for is behavior, but yea. Then it got worse when he actually got into preschool there, it started get then the teacher of the class was literally being mean to him. One day dropping him off the teacher went out of her way not to say anything to him until we asked her what the heck, then she only said "..your not shy." The directed refused to do anything about it, except to move him classes. Once in the new class his behavior changed and everything was great. With the exception of normal behavior for his age. Then one day he was found in the bathroom holding his stomach asking for his mommy, because he had an upset stomach. Once notified of the situation we quickly went and got him, where he was found sitting in he office with diarrhea in his pants and both the teacher and director in a little 6 by 6 office with nothing due when there was a clean pair in his backpack. After that things went downhill. Then he was kicked out because he was not the "model student." Two weeks after him being kicked out they released information about his time there to a complete stranger to them, when confronted about the situation the owner could only say, "I am very sorry and he swore he was related to him." I just want people to know the hit my son went through and is still missing his friends. I would recommend another Primrose just not Bear Creek or ken Caryl.

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Not sure about the gentleman's comments below, sounds like a unique experience or individual situation (always 2 sides to every story). I have had my child at Primrose BC for 3+ years now and ever since he was 11 weeks old, have had nothing but positive and healthy experiences both for him, his development and his care. I highly recommend the school as both the owner, director and the teachers are all passionate and dedicated. As with any organization or school or company, there certainly can't be expectations for perfection, however, in the instances that I have had a concern or question or even provided feedback - I have had rapid, respectful and kind responses or resolve. Additionally, I feel the staff is good about balancing kindness with professionalism and yet still keeping up with their regulatory and legal obligations in order to effectively keep our children safe and well cared for. If people are late or don't pay their bills - how will the school provide for the care, the supplies, the safety and the faculty? I'm sure if the gentleman below dropped by the school to pay his bill and then pick up the lunchbox or toys (which I'm confident were not "seized") , all would be resolved. I have referred over 1/2 a dozen families to Primrose and all have had excellent remarks/experiences and therefore have referred more families. I conduct lengthy research as part of my role in my profession and did the same for the value and investigation in "best" childcare for my son - to that extent, I am confident that Primrose is the best in Colorado - all locations seem to carry out the same high expectations for their school and results. I have relatives whose children have graduated from other Primrose schools in Colorado and have gone on to excel in both public/private schools settings and be remarkable students. Additionally, I'm proud that the school teaches to give back to charity/community, about teamwork, love, ethics, and being a good citizen. Could you really ask for more?! It's not a "daycare" - it's a school. And one of the best. :)

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Not sure about the gentleman's comments below, sounds like a unique experience or individual situation (always 2 sides to every story). I have had my child at Primrose BC for 3+ years now and ever since he was 11 weeks old, have had nothing but positive and healthy experiences both for him, his development and his care. I highly recommend the school as both the owner, director and the teachers are all passionate and dedicated. As with any organization or school or company, there certainly can't be expectations for perfection, however, in the instances that I have had a concern or question or even provided feedback - I have had rapid, respectful and kind responses or resolve. Additionally, I feel the staff is good about balancing kindness with professionalism and yet still keeping up with their regulatory and legal obligations in order to effectively keep our children safe and well cared for. If people are late or don't pay their bills - how will the school provide for the care, the supplies, the safety and the faculty? I'm sure if the gentleman below dropped by the school to pay his bill and then pick up the lunchbox or toys (which I'm confident were not "seized") , all would be resolved. I have referred over 1/2 a dozen families to Primrose and all have had excellent remarks/experiences and therefore have referred more families. I conduct lengthy research as part of my role in my profession and did the same for the value and investigation in "best" childcare for my son - to that extent, I am confident that Primrose is the best in Colorado - all locations seem to carry out the same high expectations for their school and results. I have relatives whose children have graduated from other Primrose schools in Colorado and have gone on to excel in both public/private schools settings and be remarkable students. Additionally, I'm proud that the school teaches to give back to charity/community, about teamwork, love, ethics, and being a good citizen. Could you really ask for more?! It's not a "daycare" - it's a school. And one of the best. :)

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Primrose Schools in Northeast Jefferson is sketchy. This is simply my opinion, but I have had such a horrible experience that defies logic, that I feel compelled to warn others. According to Kathy Andersen, Director, they feel that it is their right to seize your personal property if you have an outstanding balance. While they have a right to be paid, they have no legal (let alone common sense) argument for holding their customers personal property hostage. In my opinion, the director should be ashamed and this practice should not continue. For the record, my son's lunch box and toys were seized before we were ever presented with an invoice. Which was for $150 for 3 days of service last week. He and his sister had been attending on and off for more than 3 years (never a late payment). Find another child care provider.

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Primrose Schools in Northeast Jefferson is sketchy. This is simply my opinion, but I have had such a horrible experience that defies logic, that I feel compelled to warn others. According to Kathy Andersen, Director, they feel that it is their right to seize your personal property if you have an outstanding balance. While they have a right to be paid, they have no legal (let alone common sense) argument for holding their customers personal property hostage. In my opinion, the director should be ashamed and this practice should not continue. For the record, my son's lunch box and toys were seized before we were ever presented with an invoice. Which was for $150 for 3 days of service last week. He and his sister had been attending on and off for more than 3 years (never a late payment). Find another child care provider.

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Primrose Schools in Northeast Jefferson is sketchy. This is simply my opinion, but I have had such a horrible experience that defies logic, that I feel compelled to warn others. According to Kathy Andersen, Director of this Primrose

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Primrose Schools in Northeast Jefferson is sketchy. This is simply my opinion, but I have had such a horrible experience that defies logic, that I feel compelled to warn others. According to Kathy Andersen, Director of this Primrose

Pros: It's clean

Cons: Having your personal property seized by Kathy Anderson

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