Health Science and Technology
This two year program is designed to introduce potential health care workers to the careers available in the health field. Learn basic health care skills such as vital signs, taking blood pressures, CPR and first aid. Participate in the Licensed Nursing Assistant program, or choose an area of interest and complete clinical hours, such as physical therapy, dental hygiene, and recreational therapy. Interact with the elderly population at the Gateways Adult Day Service program located at Alvirne. Students are members of HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America), participate in blood drives, and are eligible to attend and compete at the State Leadership Conference. With the skills learned in Health Science, students are better prepared for college or employment.
Read our Program Fact Sheet to further explore this career pathway.
Watch our video to learn more about the Health Science and Technology Program.