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Child’s World School first opened its doors over forty-five years ago to a small group of preschool aged children in Encino, California. Believing that a strong, creative program, along with a nurturing environment, are the fundamental tools for helping to develop the young mind, the school’s population began to grow.

Child’s World School became so well known in the area for its commitment to high standards of early childhood education that a second campus was opened a few miles away in Woodland Hills.

A wonderful testimony to the school’s success came in 1998 when it was awarded a Certificate of Recognition by Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan for its long standing contribution to the area’s youngest students.