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BLCI’s Opportunity for Impact

 

3 April 2014, 7:22 pm

 

Come hear our students and their families’ stories first hand as they prepare to be the first in their families to go to college! Enjoy student stories, f...

 

Congressman Juan Vargas Motivates BLCI Students!

 

31 March 2014, 7:25 pm

 

On February 18, 2014, Congressman Juan Vargas, California’s 51st Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives, took a tour of BLCI’s new faci...

 

Meet BLCI’s Newest Board Member

 

31 March 2014, 7:06 pm

 

Barrio Logan College Institute is very excited to introduce our newest board member, James Gregory Zoll. Jim, a lifelong educator, began his career as a teacher...

 

7th Annual Mock Interviews with Stanford Alumni of San Diego

 

18 March 2014, 8:27 pm

 

For the 7th consecutive year, our friends from the Stanford Alumni Association of San Diego conducted mock interviews with our 11th and 12th grade students to p...

 

STEAM Career Night

 

19 February 2014, 2:59 am

 

Last month, in collaboration with our friends from Solutions – Exploring Success Post High School, we hosted a STEAM Career Night for high school students...

 

Brian GonzalezBrian Gonzalez
Brian is a student at CSU Monterrey Bay studying Japanese. He graduated from The Preuss School UCSD and BLCI in 2008...


Bernice RamirezBernice Ramirez
Bernice graduated from BLCI and The Preuss School UCSD in 2005. She is a driven and determined individual with a passion for social...


Nancy GudiñoNancy Gudiño
Nancy started at BLCI in middle school and now, after graduating from UCSD with a degree in International Studies in 2010, works...

Every child shall have access to higher education, not limited by culture or status, resulting in a thriving community and a better world. 

Barrio Logan College Institute breaks the cycle of poverty by preparing disadvantaged students to be among the first in their families to attend and succeed in college.