LVN Schools in Southern California-which one?
- 0Mar 8, '09 by JewelsyI live in san Bernardino county in southern california. I am trying to decide between a few schools for LVN. I was wondering if anyone has heard of Hacienda Adult school in La Puente. And what you think of it. Another one I'm considering is American career College. Any information on these schools, or any other suggestions on which school to go to would be appreciated. Thanks
- 1Mar 9, '09 by caliotter3Quality of education for a reasonable cost is usually the case when choosing an adult ed nursing program over a private program. Without knowing particulars of any programs, best bet would be the adult program, then a community college program, then a private school if the others are not available. Private schools tend to have the poorest programs for a high cost, but you do graduate, and can sit for the boards. Getting the license is what counts. You will be doing a lot of learning on the job anyway, so choose the school that is best for you and that you can afford.
- 2I attend Hacienda La Puente. Privately e-mail me if you'd like and we can "talk" a bit...still in school and don't have much extra time. I will say the program is indeed very intense...you're one step ahead if you already have med. experience (i.e., cna, med. asst, etc.).
Now back to studying.... ;-D
- 0Mar 9, '09 by JewelsyWow, Hacienda adult school is where I was just thinking of going. I looked up their pass rate, and it was higher than most of all the other local schools. 91% pass rate. How do i find your email address?
I got your private message vintagestudent, but I can't send you a private message back. It said I'm not allowed to. I not sure what to do so I can send private messages. Anyway, you need to study now. But, I do have a few questions. Maybe tommorow we can talkLast edit by Jewelsy on Mar 9, '09 : Reason: I needed to say more.
- 2How about the weekend? Weekdays are rough, honestly. We'll talk soon, okay?
P.S. Be ready to have no life other than nursing school...no joke, the 11-month program is intense, but I'm learning so much! I eat & breathe nursing right now. Not complaining, just telling it the way it is.
- 0Mar 11, '09 by TheCommuter, ASN, RN Senior ModeratorQuote from Jewel_You need to have accrued at least 15 posts before you will be allowed to send private messages.I clicked on my account, then private messages. Then it said that I'm currently not allowed to send private messages. Do I have to pay money to be able to send private messages? Did you pay? I guess I can do that.