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  • 1. Welcome to theMonmouth County Academy of Allied Health and Science
    Robert V. Cancro, Principal
  • 2. Monmouth County Vocational School District
    Career Academies
    • High Technology High School
    Engineering, Science, Math, & Technology
    • Marine Academy of Science & Technology
    Marine and Environment Studies
    • Academy of Allied Health & Science
    Health Care Sciences & Medicine
    • Communications High School
    Interactive Digital Media/Digital Printing Commercial Art/Computer Networking
    • Biotechnology High School
    Life Sciences, Research, Ethical Decision Making
  • 3. Communications High School
    Monmouth County Vocational School District
    Career Academies
    Marine Academy of Science & Technology
    High Technology High School
    Academy of Allied
    Health & Science
    Bio-Tech High School
  • 4. Monmouth County Vocational School District
    Career Academies
    Mission Statement:
The Monmouth County Vocational School District's Career Academies prepare students for higher education through a rigorous, thematic program of study and for the evolving workplace through relevant, structured learning experiences and collaborative partnerships.
  • 5. Monmouth County Vocational School District
    Career Academies
    Please note:
    This is a program for parents and students.
    Both a parent and child should be at this session.
    We will only be giving an application to the 8th grade student.
  • 6. Is a Career Academy the right choice for you?
    Who comes to the Academies?
    Students who are excited about the theme
    What makes an Academy different?
    School of choice
    Small learning community
    A highly intensive academic program
    Community partnerships
  • 7. Is a Career Academy the right choice for you?
    What do Academies have in common with other high schools?
    Understand needs and issues of teens
    Service activities
    Social events
  • 8. Who comes to the Academy?Students who think like this:
    Dear Senora Irene,
    Thank you so much for everything the past years! I took Spanish
    placement a few days ago at Temple, and although I thought it was
    difficult, I became exempt from all four or five levels of Spanish offered to
    Freshmen. I am taking a Spanish Literature and Film course in the fall and
    I'll continue the language, but thank you so much for making that all
    possible for me!
    Hope you're having an amazing summer so far!
    Love always,
    Nitasha AAHS ‘09
  • 9. Who comes to the Academy?Parents who respond like this:
    Hi Ms. Reilly: 
    [My child] got a perfect 800 on his SAT-Biology. Tremendous credit
    goes to you for motivating him and driving him to excel in Biology, and
    Chemistry at AAHS. As he keeps saying, you have been his BEST
    teacher at AAHS who has been very passionate in getting your class to
    excel in the Sciences, which is the focus at Allied. [My child] has enjoyed
    your classes even more than Math in which he is naturally good….It is
    due to your dedication and passionate teaching he pulled off [such]
    scores. [He] has been very fortunate to start his high-school program
    with a teacher of your caliber! Thank you for keeping him focused and
    motivated.
    (email received July ‘09)
  • 10. Student Achievement
    SAT Results 2008-09 (Class of 2010)
    1950 (three test average)
    Critical Reading: 634
    Math: 663
    Writing: 653
    HSPA Results 2009 (Class of 2010)
    100% passing
  • 11. Where do our students go?The Class of 2009
    American University
    Boston University
    Bucknell University
    The College of New Jersey
    College of Saint Elizabeth
    Cornell University
    Dartmouth College
    Drexel University
    Fordham University
    Georgetown University
    Harvard University
    Howard University
    Lehigh University
    Monmouth University
    Muhlenberg (7 year dental)
    NJIT (7 year med)
    New York University
    Northeastern University (6 year Physical Therapy)
    Providence College
    Rutgers University (Honors College)
    Rutgers University (BS/Pharm program)
    Skidmore College
    Temple University (7 year med)
    Tufts University
    University of Connecticut
    University of Delaware
    University of Maryland
    University of Pennsylvania
    University of Pittsburgh
    University of the Sciences in Philadelphia (PharmD Program
    Vassar College
    Villanova University (7 year med)
  • 12. Alisha Gandhi (Matawan) AAHS ‘06
    NYU Admissions Poster
  • 13. You and your child have options
    • Home high school
    • 14. Private school
    • 15. Career academy
    • 16. Consider carefully before you apply
  • 9th Grade Program of Studies
    English 1
    World Cultures
    Algebra I or Geometry
    These are the only two options
    Foundations of Health Care / Intro to A & P
    Fitness for Life/Health
    Computer Applications
    Biology
    World Language
    Spanish 1 or 2
    Or Latin 1
  • 17. Allied Health
    9th Grade Program
    Foundations of Health Care / Intro to A & P
    Including field-based experiences
    Interaction with the medical profession
    Personal Growth
    9th Grade Orientation Intro to
    at Shark River Park Anatomy & Physiology
  • 18. Allied Health
    10th Grade Program
    Anatomy & Physiology I
    Includes a rotation at Jersey Shore Medical Center
    Healthy Relationships
    Chemistry
    Anatomy & Physiology
    Hospital Rotation
  • 19. 11th Grade Program
    Public Health & Statistics / Grant Writing & Service Learning
    Continues the outreach with the community
    Anatomy & Physiology II
    Forensics / Creative Arts Therapy / Robotics
    Allied Health
  • 20. Intro to Cell & Molecular Biology
    Alternative Medicine & Mental Health
    The Senior Year Experience
    4th Year of Language
    EMT Certification
  • 21. Allied Health:The Senior Year Experience
    12th Grade Program
    EMT
    Nutrition
    Alternative Medicine
    Physical Therapy
    Sign Language
    Medical Math
    UMDNJ and Georgian Court University: college credit
    Cell & Molecular Biology and Allied Health courses
    Mentorship
    Structured learning off-campus program
    Culmination of allied health program
    Continued collaboration with community partners
    Electives
  • 22. Student Activities at AAHS
  • 23. Student Activities at AAHSBlock Schedule Activity Period
    > National Honor Society > Academic Team
    > Math League > SADD
    > Student Council > Class Council
    > Newspaper > Yearbook
    > Technology Club > 4-H Club
    > Mock Trial/Model UN
    > World Language Honor Society > World Language Club
    > Chorus
    > Health Occupation Students of America
  • 24. Outside Activities
    Generally over 20% of our students are participating in activities at their home district schools including football, soccer, plays, chorus, and marching band
    That includes about one-third of 9th graders
    Academy students are active in all areas
    Know how your district high school will address this situation before you apply
  • 25. Acceptance Procedures
    Criteria for acceptance
    Academic Grades
    7th grade - 15 pts.
    8th grade - 15 pts.
    Admissions Exam
    Math - 35 pts.
    Reading Comprehension - 35 pts.
    The highest scoring qualified applicant from each
    school district
    will be offered a position.
    Minimum 75 out of 100 possible points is the cutoff.
  • 26. Application Process
    Deadline for Applications:
    December 11, 2009
    Entrance Exam:
    January 30, 2010
    Photo ID will be needed at testing: Passport or school ID are acceptable
    Notification- Early to Mid March 2010
  • 27. Photo ID will be needed at testing in January
  • 28. Photo ID will be needed at testing in January
  • 29. Today’s Program
    Meetings with subject area groups ---student presentations
    Applications available at the end of today’s program as you exit
    Question and answer period (optional)
    NOTE: We do not give personal tours or interviews to help you decide – sorry, but this is it!
  • 30. Still have questions?
    Our Website: www.aahs.mcvsd.org
    This PowerPoint available athttp://www.aahs.mcvsd.org/InfoSession09-10.html
    Alex Cheyne, Pupil Personnel Director at MCVSD: 732-431-6291
    Email the principal: cancro@aahs.mcvsd.org
  • 31. Today’s Schedule
    Start at Session A on your sheet
    Room 134Science
    Room 140Allied Health
    Room 145Fitness
    Room 110Math & Technology
    Room 104English & Social Studies
    Room 113World Languages

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