Has anyone attended Concorde career college LVN in program in North Hollywood California?

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Thinking of going there next year its cheaper than many of the other vocational schools in my area has anyone gone there and how did it go?

(And pleaseeeee no comments about why don't you just become an RN why don't you go to community college blabla I'm aware of all that just answer my question thanks)

Has 6 years experience.

If you’re 18-24 go to job corps it’s free there. That being said look at Maxine waters or lynwood adult school etc. it’s absurd to pay 20k+ for an LVN education. Mine was free at a public school, I since bridged and became an RN and all my classes transferred because I attended a public school. Bridge took a year after all prerequisites and general ED were completed. I’d highly advise you to look at inexpensive options it will be worth it, you can make money and keep it versus paying loans. 

cookie123d, CNA

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4 hours ago, Jean Ivy said:

If you’re 18-24 go to job corps it’s free there. That being said look at Maxine waters or lynwood adult school etc. it’s absurd to pay 20k+ for an LVN education. Mine was free at a public school, I since bridged and became an RN and all my classes transferred because I attended a public school. Bridge took a year after all prerequisites and general ED were completed. I’d highly advise you to look at inexpensive options it will be worth it, you can make money and keep it versus paying loans. 

I looked into maxine waters, its wayyyy too far away first of all, second of all they don't start until next fall thats soooo long way! by the time they start I could be alomst done with a private school already, plus my mom saved 20k cash, so it would be like 10k loans for me not 30k, thank god

Hello, 

I am also looking into the LVN private route because of what times & pre-reqs at CC's. Just wondering what you decided to do?