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7th Graders Benefit from SD Museum of Art Partnership!


23 December 2014, 4:17 pm


We would like to thank the San Diego Museum of Art, and specifically Pam Calore, for joining us at BLCI for several weeks to work on a variety of art projects w...


BLCI Students meet Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor


18 November 2014, 7:07 pm


  Last month, our BLCI students were invited to meet Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor. This incredible opportunity was all made possible thanks to Ju...


BLCI’s 5th College Night


10 November 2014, 8:01 pm


  Last month, we held our 5th College Night at BLCI! Students from 3rd grade to 12th grade particpated in the college fair each preparing their own set of ...


Engineering the Barrio 2014


4 November 2014, 7:41 pm


Throughout the week of October 27 to November 1, the BLCI Middle School students participated in an annual project known as Engineering in the Barrio. We were j...


A Letter from the Executive Director


23 October 2014, 3:21 pm


Dear BLCI Community of Friends, I hope you all had a great summer. I sure did. I spent most of it reflecting on BLCI’s identity, its history and its future as...


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

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...

Jose VallejoJose Vallejo
Jose was in the first BLCI cohort in 1996 as a 3rd grader. Nobody in his family had gone to college and he was surrounded by competing...

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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.