Overview of our school and our general philosophy toward education.
Thursday, September 10, 2009
Hopes, Dreams, or Reality?
Right now, I am dreaming of enrolling students who are not only in search of a higher education, but also in search
of themselves. Grayson Kirk wrote, "The most important function of education
at any level is to develop the personality of the individual and the significance of one's life to themselves and
to others. Everything else is just decoration!" We at Baton Rouge School of Computers understand
that concept and make every effort possible to assist our students in their individual development.
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computer school is a locally-owned, ACCREDITED college that was founded over 30 years ago. We have the ability to
offer the one-on-one attention, care and counseling to each of our students while offering the same accredited courses
as many nationally recognized 2 & 4-year colleges.
So I HOPE you will contact us to learn if our
school fits your needs! I, in the meantime, will continue to DREAM about ways to make education a REALITY for those who hold
hopes of a better future for themselves and others.
Until next time...
Baton Rouge School of Computers
Baton Rouge School of Computers (BRSC) was established on April 20, 1979. BRSC is a private coeducational propretary
trade and technical school incorporated by Ms. Betty Truxillo, the Director, under the laws of the State of Louisiana.
BRSC does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, handicap, race, creed or religious beliefs in admissions, counseling,
training, placement employment or any of its other functions.
We have an experienced and dedicated group of teachers and administrators. Each teacher strives to create a supportive
and challenging classroom atmosphere to encourage students to participate.
Accreditations and Approvals
Accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology. Arlington, VA. (ACCSCT)
Licensed by State of Louisiana, Board of Regents
Approved by Louisiana Department of Veterans' Affairs
Approved by Louisiana Department of Rehabilitation
Approved by Department for the Training of the Handicapped
Chartered by the Louisiana Secretary of State