CESEC offers a wide range of consulting services with the necessary tools and expertise to help you and your child succeed. We partner with our clients from start to finish, focusing on their needs while producing new ideas, and developing effective strategies. CESEC's training and workshops with the Master Trainers are open to everyone in the community. We work with schools, mothers, fathers, grandparents, tutors or anyone who has the objective of supporting a child to succeed academically and emotionally. Through personalize academic consultations, lectures, hands-on activities or guided discussions we help you develop knowledge and skills to better support your child and become their best guide and advocate. Contact us to learn more.
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Looking to develop your academic road map but not sure where to begin? Need help planning your child's next step? Let us guide you. Any child can flourish with the correct and meaningful support, but building for the future in our rapidly evolving environment means making the smart and informed decisions today.
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We can help you navigate the educational system, support you at school meetings, understand different academic reports and provide strategies and resources that will help you and your child succeed.
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Workshops, trainings or meetings. With years of experience, our staff has the capabilities and expertise to fulfill the needs of your community. At CESEC, we combine our knowledge and skills to transform and engage your community.
- Learn about Southwestern College's Special High School ProgramFri, Feb 07Southwestern CollegeFeb 07, 2025, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AMSouthwestern College, 900 Otay Lakes Rd, Chula Vista, CA 91910, USAIn a supportive setting CESEC's master trainers and Southwestern College personnel will provide you with information about its Special High School Program designed to allow students to obtain college credits while still in high school.
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