Primrose School of Eagan 4249 Johnny Cake Ridge Rd, Eagan, MN55122 Located in Eagan, Primrose School is a private educational child care facility which caters to children between the ages…More of six weeks and 12 years. Focusing on early childhood education, Primrose's curriculum advocates a balanced learning approach to fostering and cultivating the social, cognitive, emotional, physical and creative potential of each of its students. The school's programs include infant, young toddler, early pre-school and regular pre-school care, private pre-kindergarten and full-day kindergarten, after-school programs and summer camps.
Pilot Knob Elementary is a small school that thrives in its community. The class sizes are small so the faculty is…More more likely to know everyone by name. Principal Tom Benson takes pride in his school and makes a point to say goodbye to every student at the end of each day.
Also, a community garden, shed and science lab are new to the school this year. The garden will teach the students about various aspects of gardening and growing food. The students will even get to actually eat the food that's grown in their garden. The shed was donated to the school from Family Handyman, a national magazine.
The entire school will participate in projects in it's science lab pertaining to butterflies and Monarchs.
Pilot Knob Elementary tries to keep its students up-to-date with technology. The school has laptops, iPod touches and wireless connections. They also use smartboards.
Connected to Eagan High School, Dakota Hills Middle School features a "house system" for each grade. The amount of…More students in a given grade is divided in two and each made a house. The "house system" allows for students to get more one-on-one teaching and to make closer bonds with other students.
An additional way the school brings students together is by their WEB program, which stands for "Where Everyone Belongs." Eighth grade WEB leaders help new sixth grade students with adjusting to middle school life. The program helps answer students' questions, as well as bring five elementaries together with Wildcat pride. Also, students throughout the year can link back up with their original WEB mentor if they need to.
Dakota Hills Middle School has a few unique features. The school boasts two lecture rooms, similar to ones you'd find in college, as well as five ensemble rooms/music suites, which are sound proof.
Deerwood Elementary, founded in 1982, is a two-level elementary school surrounded by trees. It emphasizes parent…More involvement in the school, and offers various clubs and programs for its students. One of its most popular programs is the Art Adventure Program, in which experts visit the children to discuss their professions. Deerwood Elementary is located next to Black Hills Middle School.