Recent High School Grads at SBBCollege
local California career college, financial aid help, career planning for high school graduates
You’ve graduated from high school – congratulations on this great accomplishment! What are you doing now? When you’re ready to start on the right path towards your career goals, SBBCollege has a program for you!
Choosing a college is an important decision. Let the SBBCollege admissions team help with career planning assistance, financial aid information, and information on what SBBCollege offers.
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SBBCollege students can earn an associate's degree in as little as 22 months. Or they can also graduate from college with a bachelor's degree in just over 3 years! Want something faster? SBBCollege offers shorter-term job training programs that can be completed in approximately 14 months.
Here are just a few things that make SBBCollege special...
SBBCollege is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools. The Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools is listed as a nationally recognized accrediting agency by the United States Department of Education and is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.
SBBCollege programs are career-oriented. They're designed to give you practical skills to use in healthcare, business, legal, or information technology professions. The College strives to make sure each SBBCollege graduate is a skilled contributor in their chosen career field.
No scheduling hassles. SBBCollege students have prearranged schedules, so there’s no stress about waiting lists or crashing classes. SBBCollege students even know the exact date they're expected to graduate.
Have you ever felt lost in a classroom full of students? SBBCollege students enjoy small class sizes (usually 10-20 students), which allows for more one-on-one time with instructors.
Looking for resources help pay for your education? Each SBBCollege campus awards scholarships to eligible recent high school graduates and offers financial aid to those who qualify.
If you’re ready to begin your career, it's time to get started at a school that will help you get there.