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Academy of Health Professions

Academy of Health Professions provides students with project and problem-based learning, clinical and internship experiences, and classroom and lab instruction related to the field of healthcare. Students are introduced to healthcare knowledge and skills through two foundation courses: Foundations of Medicine and Health Science and Structure and Functions of the Human Body. Students may then choose from several course combinations to complete the four-course sequence. Within the Academy of Health Professions there are opportunities for students to apply what they are learning to real-life healthcare situations in a medical specialty course, such as Certified Nursing Assistant, Biomedical Technology (Randallstown only) and Pharmacy Technician. Students may also participate in a supervised clinical experience course, have the opportunity to design and participate in an internship, and/or enroll in a pre-requisite course at the local community college.

Criteria for Lottery Eligibility

  • Academic performance in 7th and 8th grades:
    • "B" or better in English/Language Arts
    • "B" or better in Social Studies
    • "B" or better in Mathematics
    • "B" or better in Science
  • Enrollment in Algebra I or Algebra II
  • Written Assessment
  • Interview

Course Sequence

9th Grade

10th Grade

11th Grade

12th Grade

  • Introduction to
    Academy of Health Professions

 

 

 

 

 

Elective Courses
Parallel/Dual Enrollment
Advanced Classes/AP Courses
Anatomy and Physiology
Latin
Capstone Work Experience/Internship

  • Academy of Health Professions 1
  • Academy of Health Professions 2
  • Academy of Health Professions 3 and 4
    -Allied Heath 3
    and/or
    -Allied Health 4 and/or
    -Medical Specialty Course
    Certified Nursing Assistant
    or Pharmacy Technician
    and/or
    -Allied Health Pre-Requisite College Course
  • Clinical Internship
  • Academy of Health Professions Capstone Work Experience

 

 

 

 

 

Contact Information

Magnet Coordinator: Ms. Marsha Koger
Phone: 410-887-0748
Fax: 410-887-0759
Email:
mkoger@bcps.org