Health Science provides the student an innovative, integrated learning environment designed to provide students with the medical skills and training necessary to succeed in postsecondary healthcare career education and/or to successfully transition into the health care workforce.
The program provides training in medical terminology, anatomy, physiology, and other subjects that are common in all health careers. Completion of certification in CPR/AED is possible.
During the senior year students will complete Health Science 3; which is the focus of Medical Terminology with a continuation in human body systems and how they work (anatomy and physiology). Upon completion of Health Science 3 students may choose between 4 options for their second class:
1) Clinical Study - enables the student to intern in health related field
2) CNA Clinical Course - Requires an application and review process
3) EMT Certificate Program - offered by the Firefighter Program (if space is available)
4) Agriculture Veterinary Science - offered through the Agriculture Program (if space is available)