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Programs & Classes

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At SBLC, learning works for you: for your learning style, your schedule, and your personal goals. Let SBLC be your second chance to take the first steps towards a better life and a brighter future.

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Our classes and programs are spread among a dozen locations in the Baltimore region, and are as rigorous, diverse, and wide-ranging as the faculty, staff, and administrators whose primary responsibility is to ensure that learners receive an excellent education and earn a high school diploma.

We provide three pathways to a high school diploma, including four academic sessions of adult basic education and GED preparation classes, and we serve as the sole provider for Baltimore City’s National External Diploma Program.

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We also offer workplace development programs, allowing learners to take advantage of computer training, career pathway counseling, academic counseling and tutoring services. Visit our Resources section here. We seek to provide an academic community that is open to as broad an array of learners as possible.

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Ubaldo Jimenez was born in the Dominican Republic. At 16, he turned down a $20K signing bonus to continue HS. His senior year, he accepted a $50K signing bonus with the Rockies under the condition that he be allowed to finish HS before left for the US. Ubaldo was talking college courses while still being a professional baseball player making little more than league minimum most of his career. He had no idea that eventually the Orioles would offer him a $10 million/year contract.While with the Orioles, he became a US Citizen in 2016. He retired from baseball in 2020 and is now a recent college graduate. He knew that if he failed at baseball, he would have his education to fall back on. No matter how much money you make, it can all just end. You need something to fall back on such as a diploma, career certifications, or a degree. ... See MoreSee Less

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