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. Students may 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. Depending upon location, students may have the opportunity 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 and may earn state and/or nationally recognized credentials after passing licensure examinations. Course offerings, internship opportunities and articulated college credit may vary at program locations.


* Articulated college credit may be earned from the Community College of Baltimore County.

‡ Students may earn a minimum of four MSDE Career & Technology (CTE) credits for graduation.

 

Download admission criteria and ASSESSMENT GUIDELINES:

Eastern Academy of Health Professions ASSESSMENT GUIDELINES

 Randallstown Academy of Health Professions ASSESSMENT GUIDELINES

 Sollers Point Academy of Health Professions ASSESSMENT GUIDELINES

 Western Academy of Health Professions ASSESSMENT GUIDELINES

 

Available at:

Eastern Technical High School
1100 Mace Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21221
410-887-0192
Applications are accepted for Grade 9.
Transportation is provided for students who are zoned to attend: Perry Hall, Parkville, Overlea, Kenwood, or Chesapeake High School.

 

Randallstown High School
4000 Offut Road
Randallstown, Maryland 21133
443-809-0748
Applications are accepted for Grade 9.
Transportation is provided for students who are zoned to attend Franklin, Milford Mill, Owings Mills, New Town, or Woodlawn High School.

 

Sollers Point Technical High School
1901 Delvale Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21222
443-809-7075
Applications are accepted for Grade 9 and Grade 10. All programs at Sollers Point are half-day.
Transportation is provided for students who will also attend: Chesapeake, Dundalk, Kenwood, Overlea, Patapsco, or Sparrows Point High School.

 


Western School of Technology and Environmental Science
100 Kenwood Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21228
443-809-0840
Applications are accepted for Grade 9.
Transportation is provided for students zoned for the Northwest or Southwest areas.