Allied Health and Nursing
Healthcare is one of the largest growing industries. In this career technical program, students gain a broad-based foundation of health science skills and applied academic skills to prepare for post-secondary education.
Learn patient-centered care, and phlebotomy, and take Anatomy and Physiology using the Clark State College Curriculum. During a student’s senior year, students participate in clinical rotations for STNA training. College credit is available through a partnership with Clark State Community College and Rhodes State Community College.
My instructor has been an RN for years, and it’s easier to learn the skills necessary for the medical field when your teacher has industry knowledge.
You'll also learn:
- Medical terminology
- Medical ethics and law
- EKG observation and assessment
- Surgical patient techniques
- Clinical rotation (STNA training)
Below are the career-technical classes offered during this two-year program. Students may also choose to add electives to their schedule.Year One
Health Science and Technology
Patient Centered Care
Principles of Allied Health Medicine
State Tested Nursing Aid (STNA)
Clark State Community College
Rhodes State Community College
*Partnerships continue to evolve. Talk to the instructor for the most up-to-date partnerships and credit options.
$70,000 (Registered Nurse)
$208,00 (Doctor, General Practice)
One-Year Programs (Seniors)
STNA - State tested nurse's aides are vital to the healthcare industry and jobs are expected to increase 20% between 2010 and 2020, adding significant value to your resume for completing this program. Students learn personal care skills, mental health and social service needs, infection control, basic restorative services, safety and emergency procedures, resident rights, and basic nursing skills. The STNA certificate sets you on the pathway to a career or an associate’s degree in medical assisting, multi-competency health, or nursing.