09861/09862 Medical Science Academy
Medical Science Academy Application – 2016-17 – Application Deadline 2/1/2016
Ms. Mollie David – firstname.lastname@example.org, 847-718-5508
The Medical Academy is available for students who are extremely committed to pursuing a career in the field of medicine and have the knowledge, skill, dedication, and spirit that will be required to engage in a very rigorous and challenging authentic learning experience.
The Medical Science Academy is a two credit, full year course open to highly motivated juniors and seniors, from any District 214 High School, who are seriously interested in a career in medicine and ready for college level academic rigor. This program involves accompanying medical professionals two mornings (7:30am - 9:30am) a week at Glenbrook Hospital, and Alexian Brothers Medical Center, and participating in classroom activities at PHS the remaining three mornings. Students rotate through various departments at the hospital, usually for 5-6 weeks each. Classroom assessment is based on tests, quizzes, papers, journals, discussions of professional research, lab practicals, powerpoint presentations and group participations in research activities. Hospital evaluations are based on feedback from the various rotations. Students must have excellent attendance, be highly motivated, hard working, able to participate in group activities, be leaders as well as followers, and willing to spend 2 1/2 hours every morning in the program.
Contact your school counselor or Career Advisor for an application. The application, letters of recommendation and a personal interview determine admittance to the program. All application materials must be completed and returned to Mrs. Mollie David at Prospect High School.
09981/09982 Education Academy
Education Academy Application – 2016-17 – Application Deadline 2/1/2016
Ms. Linda Pribyl – email@example.com, 847-718-5904
The Township High School 214 Education Academy is a highly competitive program offered to senior student applicants interested in a career in education and capable of the rigors of college level academia. Once accepted, these Education Academy student teachers learn and perform curriculum-based activities on-site in a classroom setting at a local school three days per week. Students rotate through 5 different educational settings (special ed, ELL, elementary, junior high and high school) in order to gain a broad perspective on different educational opportunities. The remaining two days of the school week are spent in a teacher education class at Rolling Meadows High School.
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