The Clinton School of Health Professions:
Do you dream about becoming a nurse, doctor, veterinarian, or just like doing science? Does your current reality in your science classes reflect your interest in these subjects? The Clinton School of Health Professions is a hands-on program that immerses students in actual scientific experimentation utilizing Project Lead the Way Curriculum. By your second year, you will have been exposed to the experiments that help you understand the topics covered in the living environment regents and beyond. The goal of the program is to engage students of all levels in fulfillment of their dreams of exploring the medical sciences. By your junior year you will take the EMT Training course which concludes in your senior year with the certification exam. Students who achieve their certification will have the opportunity to gain employment with the New York City’s bravest FDNY, earning $60K out of high school. Our partnership with Monroe College allows our students access to nursing program courses on DeWitt Clinton High School’s Campus.
“Earn $60K out of High School”
As a student of The Clinton School of Health Professions, you will …
4 years of Science (Earth Science, Living Environment, Chemistry, AP Biology)
Pathway courses in Project Lead the Way’s Principles of Biomedical Science, Human Body Systems, Medical Interventions, and Biomedical Innovations.
Regents Preparation in 10th grade to ensure success. Rebels & Reactionaries and Creative Writing serve as credit bearing courses to enhance student success in Global and English Regents exams.
3 years of Foreign Language for those who opt to not take EMT Courses
All Students have an opportunity for Advanced Regents Diploma
Other Elective Courses:
Veterinary Science/ Animal Care, Sustainability, Computer Research, Computer Keyboard
Assistant Principal: Brandon Weinberg