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San Diego State University (SDSU) is the oldest and largest institution of higher education in the San Diego region. Founded in 1897, SDSU offers bachelor’s degrees in 81 areas, master’s degrees in 72 and doctorates in 16. SDSU’s nearly 33,000 students participate in academic curricula distinguished by direct faculty contact and an increasingly international emphasis that prepares them for a global future.

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Sweetwater Union High School District (SUSHD) schools serve approximately 39,000 students in grades 7–12 and 29,981 adult learners in the south San Diego county communities of Bonita, Chula Vista, Eastlake, Imperial Beach, National City, Otay Mesa, South San Diego and San Ysidro. It is the largest secondary (grades 7–12) school system in California.

Founded in 1920, the district has grown to encompass 10 middle schools, one junior high, 12 senior high schools, one continuation high school, 4 adult schools, and an alternative program for grades 7–12. To help keep pace with unprecedented growth, SUHSD opened Otay Ranch High and Eastlake Middle School in July 2003. In addition, plans are on the drawing board for 3 new schools in the next decade: a high school and 2 middle schools.


Sweetwater prides itself on the cultural, linguistic and economic diversity of its students. Some 84 percent of SUHSD students come from ethnically diversity backgrounds. One of every 2 students speaks a language other than English at home and about 27% are limited-English proficient.

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Barrio Logan College Institute
promotes the pursuit of higher education for students who are traditionally underrepresented in college through after school programs that begin in 3rd grade and extend through college completion.

BLCI is a community-based organization located in Barrio Logan, a low-income Latino community in San Diego where only 38% of residents have a high school diploma and less than 3% have a bachelor's degree or higher. One hundred percent (100%) of the students BLCI serves will be of the first generation in their families to attend college, and most will be the first in their families to graduate from high school. In Barrio Logan, the average annual income for a family of four is $27,000. We prepare disadvantaged students and their families for college through FREE academic enrichment, skill building, self-esteem building, tutoring, mentoring, workshops, field trips, college and career exploration and application services. For our college-enrolled students, we provide scholarships and workforce or graduate school readiness activities.

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San Diego State University Army ROTC Aztec Battalion serves the greater San Diego Area in order to train Cadets/Students to become future Officers in our Armed Forces as well as leaders in the Professional Business World. Partnership Schools: University of California San Diego (UCSD), California State University San Marcos, University of San Diego (USD), PT Loma Nazarene University, Alliant University, National University, University of Phoenix, and all San Diego County community colleges. Courses can be taken at any location and applied to San Diego State University.

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  • Read an article about SDSU students who've found success through CFS and ROTC.




Parent Institute for Quality Education

At the Parent Institute for Quality Education (PIQE), our goal is to encourage and support low-income ethnically-diverse parents of elementary, middle and high school children to take a participatory role in assisting their children to:

  • Create a home learning environment
  • Navigate the school system
  • Collaborate with teachers, counselors and principals
  • Encourage college attendance
  • Support a child's emotional and social development

The PIQE course is offered in morning sessions and repeated in the evening. Parents choose to when they can come. It is taught by credential teachers who are trained by PIQE. The initial planning session asks parents what they would like to include in the course.

Curriculum topics include:
  • Home/School Collaboration
  • The Home, Motivation and Self-esteem
  • Communication and Discipline Drug, Gangs, School and Community
  • How the School System Functions College
  • Career Election

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