Allied Health Science Technology
 

The Allied Health Science Technology program is the best prescription for those considering a career in the medical profession. Top seniors who enroll in this 7.5 hour per week college prep program split their time behind a desk in the classroom and on their feet in local health care facilities, including the Veterans Administration Medical Center (VAMC), the Minquas Ambulance Company and Community Volunteers in Medicine.

Program Concentrations:

 • Go behind-the-scenes in the Emergency Room, pediatrics, surgical, oncology and other units throughout the hospital.

 • Gain valuable mentors among hospital and clinical staff.

 • Observe and acquire practical medical knowledge.

 • Explore diagnostics, therapeutic care, environmental issues and informational experiences.

Career Options:

Discover your future in healthcare. Career opportunities include physician, registered nurse (RN), licensed practical nurse (LPN), occupational therapist (OT), physical therapist (PT), laboratory technician, physician’s assistant (PA), x-ray technician and certified registered nurse practitioner (CRNP).

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The Veterinary Sciences program prepares students for successful employment in the small animal care industry and for post-secondary education. The program provides students with a working knowledge of the small animal industry. Students are instructed in the care, maintenance, and grooming of all common laboratory and pet animals.

Topics include nutrition, reproduction, anatomy and physiology, genetics, surgical assistance, vaccine protocol, and disease prevention and treatment. Students are expected to have strong math and science skills as they prepare to enter a competitive field to continue to a 2 year college to complete a Certified Vet Tech program or to a 4 year college for a Bachelor's Degree. Students could potentially be employed in an entry-level position in the animal industry.

The three-level Electrical Occupations course challenges students with electrical theory and trouble-shooting concepts. Students study residential and commercial systems installations; electrical motor controls including state-of-the-art programmable logic controllers; the National Electrical Code; OSHA requirements; a proper work ethic; and, job safety. Electrical theory instruction emphasizes the scientific, mathematical, and environmental concepts of the electrical industry. The customized classroom Web site allows students and parents to access information and lessons anytime, anywhere.

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