A College Tech Prep Program for those interested in health careers Mrs. Sofia Ext. 2508 Mrs. Wallace Ext. 2305
This may be the program for you! College – bound curriculum with the possibility of earning articulated College credits while still in high school
A high school and college career partnership linked to business, industry and labor The hope is to create a seamless pathway from high school to college to career In AHS, we follow state guidelines to prepare the student with the required background & skills necessary for success in their chosen healthcare career
Reliable? Caring? Eager to learn new things? Open to new ideas? Flexible? A problem solver? A team player?
Open to all Lorain County students: Recommended 2.75 GPA or higher. Completed Algebra I with a “B” or better. Completed Biology with a “B” or better. Must have an acceptable attendance record (less than 5 days a semester) Recommended: Passed all OGT’s Have up-to-date immunization status(MMR, Tetanus & Hepatitis) Transportation required in senior year for clinical days
2 year program starting in junior year. ½ day program Juniors come in the morning 7:50-10:20 Seniors come in the afternoon 11:53 -2:14 Can receive up to 14 articulated college credits upon completing 2 years in the program (after meeting all criteria) Medical Terminology is now a “dual-enrollment” class (3 credits) – these go with you to any college Completion certificates- BBP, Fire Safety, PPE, First Aid, CPR, Phlebotomy, etc. Many additions to your resume
American Heart Association CPR: ◦ 2 yrs. American Safety & Health Institute ◦ 2 yrs “Mock Disaster”drill Possible 2 college credits
Body Structure & Function (Anatomy & Physiology) (3 credits) General Pathology (2 credits) Patient Care (1 credit) Optional STNA (Nurse Assistant) training in the summer. (5 credits) SDEV 101-student development for LCCC (1 credit)
To “articulate” means “to join” We are joined with LCCC in the Lorain County Consortium As College Tech Prep students, you are registered with LCCC and receive an ID To receive articulated credits, students must complete the full 2 years in the program. You are not required to attend LCCC.
Career exploration Team building Study skills Employability Safety & infection control Wellness Basic patient care Phlebotomy
Field trips Work-based Learning at local Assisted Living facilities Community Service projects Nurse/other health careers shadow days Hospice Volunteer training Visits from LCCC faculty & health care professionals Ropes course HOSA competitions
Fill out a Lorain County JVS application (on line at www.lcjvs.com)www.lcjvs.com Specify the “Allied Health Sciences” program as your #1 choice! Come to the Lorain County JVS Open house with your parents on Sunday, February 8 th 1:30-3:30 Any questions???? Contact Mrs. Wallace at ext. 2305(e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mrs. Sofia at ext. 2508 (e-mail email@example.com)firstname.lastname@example.org@lcjvs.net Go to the website: www.lcjvs.com for more information about attending Lorain County JVSwww.lcjvs.com