Current high school juniors who are interested in careers directly related to the health care or education fields will want to consider our Senior Only programs: Allied Health and Teacher Leadership Academy. These specific programs are a combination of theory and on-the-job practice, providing college-level training within 90-minute sessions every day for the duration of their senior year.
Allied Health and Teacher Leadership Academy are highly sought after and competitive in the application process, as there are hundreds of applications from students throughout Chester County each year. The application requires basic information in addition to 2 teacher recommendations (online forms, not letters), extracurricular experiences, a written essay, and supporting documents from the applicant's current high school (grades/GPA, attendance, school conduct).
Students applying for Allied Health have the option to select a preferred pathway(s): Hospital, Community Health, EMT and Sports Medicine. Placement within one of these pathways largely depends on distance/location.
Community Health - Allied Health
Allied Health - Community Health is a community-based program that allows students to explore health issues through hands-on experiences that have a positive impact in the community.
EMT - Allied Health
This fast-paced program prepares students to gain hands-on experience providing emergency medical care and transportation for critical and emergent patients.
Hospital - Allied Health
This hospital-based program is for students interested in providing inpatient and outpatient care to the community.
Sports Medicine - Allied Health
Sports medicine is a clinical-based program for students interested in pursuing careers in athletic training, kinesiology, physical training, exercise science or medicine.
Teacher Leadership Academy
Students who are interested in becoming a teacher or pursuing a career in education would be a great fit for this program.