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Petite School House

17643 Roscoe Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 91325
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Business Description

Petite School House is an early education center in Los Angeles that also serves preschool students in Northridge and the surrounding areas. It combines the Reggio Emilia and the Project Approach methods in nurturing the intellectual, emotional, physical, and social development of children. At Petite School House, students learn fundamental concepts using different modes of learning such as drawing, painting, music, drama, movement, and sculpture. Petite School House promotes ongoing communication between teachers, students, and parents.


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Frequently Asked Questions

How much do preschool teachers make?

As of 2021, the average hourly wage for preschool teachers is $12.60. Preschool teachers with higher levels of education typically earn more than the national average. In 2018, top preschool teaching positions paid a median annual income of about $30,000.

How long does it take to become a preschool teacher?

The time needed to be eligible for a teaching job at a preschool depends on the educational requirements. An associate degree takes two years and a bachelor’s degree is typically a four-year commitment. But in states that only require early childhood education certification with a high school diploma, preschool teachers may complete the ECE course in as little as six weeks. 

Do you need a degree to be a preschool teacher?

Some states require a college degree for preschool teaching positions, while others accept a high school diploma and early child education certification. To work for the Head Start program, aspiring teachers must earn at least an associate’s degree, and many positions in the federally funded program require a bachelor’s degree in an education field.

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