Rosemead Early Education

Rosemead Center 

The Rosemead Early Education Center is home to five infant/toddler classrooms and four preschool classrooms. 


The Rosemead campus is licensed by Community Care Licensing, a state agency through the Department of Social Services, to care for children six weeks through five years of age.


In conjunction with the USDA and the California Department of Education Nutrition Services Department, Maryvale participates in the Child and Adult Care Food Program. Meals are planned in accordance wiht the appropriate meal pattern for your child's age group. The meals provided, including breakfast, lunch and an afternoon snack, are varied and nourishing and included in the cost of tuition.


Fees for our Rosemead Early Education Programs are based on the age of the child and classroom staffing levels. Tuition is due on the first of the month and considered past due if not paid in full by the 5th.

Infant/Toddler Care

Monday – Friday 

Rainbow Fish, Sharks &Polar Bears 



Sea Turtles





Monday – Friday 

Jelly Fish, Starfish, Dolphins &Penguins 


* Preschool begins when a child is 2 years of age and fully potty trained.

* Tuition for all Programs is billed monthly and due on the 1st of every month
** Registration Fee per child is $125 and is non-refundable – please plan carefully
*** Sibling Discount is 10% off per child with 2 or more children enrolled
**** Please see your parent handbook for closure dates, and policies on attendance
***** Breakfast, Lunch, and Afternoon Snack are provided

Rates effective July 1, 2016, and are subject to change.


Acceptable methods of payment for tuition are: Check, Cash, Money Order, or direct debit from a checking account.

Maryvale accepts third party payments through OPTIONS, GAIN, DCFS and other social service agencies. Families receiving benefits from any of these sources can enroll their children at Maryvale and the program (DCFS, OPTIONS, etc.,) will pay Maryvale directly.

Payment arrangements and Tuition Assistance are available. All requests must be in writing and approved by the Vice President of Early Childhood Education.

Have questions about tuition and fees? Use the Contact Early Education form or call the Rosemead Early Education Center at (626) 357-3311.

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Tuition Assistance

Maryvale is well aware that for some families the tuition rates can be prohibitive – often for the very families who need the program the most. For this reason, in accordance with the Daughters of Charity’s Values of Compassionate Service and Advocacy for the Poor, Maryvale has established a Tuition Assistance program, a private scholarship program.

If you need assistance in paying tuition we strongly encourage you to apply for our Tuition Assistance Program. All families will be asked to submit an application and supporting documents to the Early Childhood Education Bookkeeper for consideration.

Download Tuition Assistance Form

California State Preschool Program

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Rosemead Early Education Leadership


Jessica Lira
Director of Early Childhood Education

The Director of Maryvale’s Rosemead Early Education Center must comply with rigorous requirements including a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or a closely related field OR a Site Supervisor Permit issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, which authorizes the holder to supervise one Child Development Center. In addition to holding a degree or credential the Director(s) must meet Community Care Licensing requirements for the program that they are supervising. The Director(s) is also expected to exemplify progressive thinking in terms of healthy child development and to embrace the curriculum and philosophy of Maryvale’s Early Education Centers.

Teachers The majority of our teachers have an Associate’s degree or higher in the field of Early Childhood Education, and all of our Teachers meet the minimum Title 22 regulations for the program in which they work- School Age, Preschool or Infant/Toddler. Our teachers are expected to be skilled in establishing bonds with children and guiding children in achieving healthy child and educational milestones.