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Fair Avenue Early Education Center

Los Angeles Unified School District

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    About us

    Fair Avenue Early Education is proud to be serving the N. Hollywood community since 1973. As one of the oldest early care and education centers in the area, Fair Ave. EEC provides services to children ages 2-5. The curriculum used on the site is a comprehensive, research-based curriculum that features exploration and discovery as a way of learning. At Fair Avenue EEC we believe in providing care and education for the whole child, helping students develop their cognitive, social, emotional, and physical skills to get them ready for kindergarten and beyond. Come visit us today to learn more about our site!


    Fair Avenue Early Education Center

    proudly serves families and students 246 days per year


    Monday  -  Friday
    7:00 am  -  5:30 pm


    Monday  -  Friday
    8:00 am  -  4:30 pm

    Office Manager: Ms.Antunez

    Principal's message

    Welcome to Fair Avenue EEC!

    Thank you for choosing Fair Avenue Early Education Center for your child's first educational experience. Fair Avenue Early Education Center is committed to supporting families and their children achieve their best by educating the whole child. I am very proud to serve the community in North Hollywood as the principal of this great school.

    What sets us apart from other schools is our dedicated educators, who go above and beyond their duties to provide a great education and serve our families and their children. All of our staff have a tremendous amount of experience working with young children, and have their best interest at hand. 

    Come to Fair Avenue  Early Education Center and see you for yourself the great things happening here. My door is always open and you can reach me at


    Lessly Mora 


    Enrollment requirements

    Eligibility is established at the time of enrollment. First priority is given to children receiving child protective services or who are at risk of abuse, neglect, and/or exploitation. Second priority is given to eligible four year olds (defined as children turning 4 on or before September 1 of the school year). Third priority is given to eligible two, three and five year olds. Within these priorities, families with the lowest adjusted gross monthly income are admitted first.  

    Additionally, for full-day Early Childhood Education programs, priority 2 and 3 families must provide documentation verifying that all adults counted in the family size are employed, actively seeking employment (shall be less than 30 hours per week), attending school/training during center hours (including online courses), have a parental incapacity or are seeking permanent housing (shall be less than 30 hours per week).