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Karla Quintanilla graduated from ESL level 4B in 2001. At the time it was the highest ESL level offered by the school. Shortly before graduation the School’s job developer placed Karla as a clerical assistant at the Children’s Hospital WIC program. Now 10 years and three promotions later Karla is still working at the hospital… Read more »

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    Students enrolled annually

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    Countries of Origin

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    Different languages spoken by students

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This past semester GED in Spanish students learned how to make robots during a workshop facilitated by Gadgets Lab. The students were able to learn how to power a small motor using copper and other materials. Check it out!

Learn more about the GED program here: www.carlosrosario.org/courses/class-listings/ged/
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It was a beautiful graduation ceremony last night. Congratulations to the 300 hardworking graduates who walked across the stage! Here are some words from student speaker Yorlenys: “I have always kept with me the lessons from my mom. She’s always encouraged my brother and sisters and I to keep learning…Even though she only finished through the second grade, she made sure we got a good education. I’m sure this sounds familiar to many of you sitting out there. We wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for someone else helping us to see that with education we have so many more opportunities in life.” ... See MoreSee Less

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