What is the Academy of Health Sciences?
The Academy of Health Sciences (AOHS) address the critical achievement gap in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) fields and develops a pipeline of students prepared to pursue health-related degrees and professions in one of the fastest growing sectors of the economy: health sciences specialties such as biotechnology, genetics, nursing, therapeutics, and diagnostics just to name a few. In addition to the required classes, academy students combine specialized, theme-based courses with real-world experience. Students learn skills and self-confidence as they experience the connections between what they learn in school and the larger world as they transition to adult life.
The Academy of Health Sciences (AOHS) is a three year academy that introduces students to a plethora of healthcare related fields through a series of career exploration courses. All courses use project-based learning techniques with an emphasis on strengthening literacy, project management, leadership, and team building skills while fostering creativity and innovation. The curricula is vetted by industry professionals to ensure content is current and relevant. Students who successfully complete four NAF approved coursework are eligible for NAFTrack Certification. Click on the word document to see a snapshot course of study plan
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