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Sollers Point/Southeastern Technical High School

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Posted February 26, 2014

Former Student: I attended Sollers Point from 2005 to 2009. I was placed in the Allied Health/CNA program. I thoroughly enjoyed the program. The education and training I received was more than you would expect from a high school or even a technical college for adults. The program was half day, so I was able to still see my regular school friends as well as make new ones. We also attended parallel enrollment courses from the community college that were taught to us at the high school. The instructors were professional and always willing to help. Because SP is such a small school, the office staff new most students by name. The school was also very clean. In my senior year, I attended a program at SP for a national certification. With the skills I learned from SP, I was able to start my career in health care immediately after high school and move on to college-level education. I definitely recommend this school to students in the BCPS system who are able to attend.

Posted November 21, 2005

My name is ashley and I am in 12th grade. I went to sollers point for cullinary arts. The school is okay but now I am in the PEP program and they make you fill out time sheets. Im not even going to school for cooking, im going to northern arizona university for writting.
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Posted April 28, 2004

This is a great school I am a student there and you learn much about the work field. You learn the skills that will help you throughout your career.
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325 Sollers Point Rd
Baltimore, MD 21222
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Phone: (410) 887-7075


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