Health Sciences Magnet
The Health Sciences Magnet prepares students for post-secondary education and provides them with opportunities to pursue careers in health sciences by offering a rigorous curriculum and real-world field experiences through collaborations with clinics, hospitals, universities and other community partners. Students become South Carolina Career and Technical Education (CTE) Completers in one or more pathways: Administrative Services, Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Biomedical Research and Technology, Food Science and Dietetics, Health Science and/or Sports Medicine.
Students in the Health Sciences Magnet participate in career mentoring, career shadowing, volunteer services, internships, clinical rotations, state and national competitive events, career fairs and health fairs, field studies and national certification exams.
Program Location: C.A. Johnson High School
Program Type: School-within-a-school model
Eligibility Criteria: Open to all Richland One students
Student Selection Method: Application
Enrollment Capacity: Open
Bus Transportation: Provided only for students zoned to C.A. Johnson High School
Contact: Nicole Irby (803) 231-7092, firstname.lastname@example.org