Program Description
The Academy of Health Professions program uses project and problem-based learning, clinical experiences, as well as classroom and lab instruction to teach students about the field of health care. Students progress through two foundation courses: Foundations of Medicine and Health Science and Structure and Functions of the Human Body. Students are prepared for actual experience in the clinical setting with a focus on the specific knowledge, skills and abilities that relate to Rehabilitative Science. 

Available College Credits
College of Southern Maryland (5 Credits)

Course Sequence
Foundations of Medicine and Health Sciences
Structure and Functions of the Human Body
Physical Rehabilitation
Allied Health Internship

Sample High School Schedule

 9th Grade  10th Grade  11th Grade  12th Grade
 1 Technology Education Requirement Elective Structure & Functions of the Human Body Physical Rehabilitation
 2 Health/Fitness For Life Requirement Elective Foundations of Medicine and Health Sciences Allied Health Internship
 3 Fine Arts Requirement Financial Literacy
 Elective Elective
 4 Science Requirement Science Requirement Science Requirement Science Requirement
 5 History Requirement History Requirement History Requirement Elective
 6 English Requirement English Requirement English Requirement English Requirement
 7 Math Requirement Math Requirement Math Requirement Math Requirement 

 

High Schools that Offer the Program
Robert D. Stethem Educational Center- Students apply in 10th grade