LPC History


Little People’s College was founded in 1980 by two sisters, Sandy Rego and Joyce
deSousa, who were public school teachers and mothers of preschool age children.
Together they developed a unique curriculum which included the skills which children
would need when they entered public school. The learning begins when a child steps
through the door and continues throughout the day.

Little People’s College locations have been nationally accredited since 1992 and continue
to pursue accreditation for the newest centers as they reach their first anniversary.
There are currently 14 locations and the curriculum continues to be reviewed and
updated annually to include the most current changes to local, state and national

Our success has been a reflection of a dedicated, caring and hard-working staff who are
committed to our mission ….to provide the best possible program of early education
and care available–a program where children are loved and where children and families
feel safe, secure and respected, enabling children to grow to their fullest potential:
physically, emotionally, socially, cognitively and in language development.

We invite you to preview our slide show to get a glimpse at some of the high points of
our curriculum. At Little People’s College we…begin with children where they are and
guide them to becoming the best that they can be. Feel free to stop by unannounced to
see why families continue to choose Little People’s College to meet their child care needs.

RSS Class Updates

  • 8/14/2015
    Good evening :) Tomorrow, the school age children at 321 and 374 Rockdale Ave. will visit the Buttonwood Park Zoo. Have a great night!
  • 8/13/2015
    Good afternoon :) Reminders for tomorrow, August 13th are as follows: 321 Rockdale Ave. preschoolers will have a special visit from the "Fun Bus!" Sassaquin children will enjoy some yummy treats from the Rainbow Ice Cream Truck. Also, the toddlers at the 374 Rockdale Ave. site will go on a "jungle walk." Have a terrific […]
  • 8/10/2015
    Good afternoon :) The school age children at Dartmouth St. will visit Fort Taber on Monday, August 10th. Have a wonderful weekend!
  • 8/7/2015
    Reminders for tomorrow, August 7th are as follows: Church St. will be holding a 80's themed dance party. Children at the 321 Rockdale Ave. site will have a special visit from a storyteller to enjoy some tales around the "campfire." Have a great evening :)
  • 8/6/2015
    Good evening :) Tomorrow, the school age groups that attend 321 and 374 Rockdale Ave. will be going on a field trip to Fort Taber. School age children at the Sassaquin location will be going to Flagship Cinema. Have a great night!