Booker T. Washington High School of Health Science and Nutrition currently offers two career pathways: Therapeutic Services and Physical Medicine Pathway. This school year (2012-2013) Culinary Arts will be offered through a dual enrollment partnership with Atlanta Technical College. While attending Washington HSN students will identify one of the career pathways in which they will learn and be introduced to specific jobs that they could pursue in the future. Some careers include medicine, nursing, dentistry, culinary arts, and more. We are the 1st choice for parents and students interested in healthcare and nutrition. We are Booker T. Washington High School of Health Science and Nutrition...A Promise Place School!
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The U.S. Department of Labor estimates that 2.4 million new healthcare workers will be needed by 2014, including increasing demand for a diverse workforce. If you want to know what it takes to be successful, take a deeper look into our school. We can help you decide on the best path for your educational and professional goals. Through a meticulously designed four year program of study, students will have the opportunity to:
Undergo a rigorous and relevant curriculum and receive in-depth instruction designed to ensure that all students meet the graduation requirements of the Atlanta Public Schools system while affording them multiple opportunities for postsecondary study.
Gain college credit through dual enrollment and advanced placement course
Explore career interest in various nutrition and health care-related fields
Gain invaluable knowledge, skills, and experiences through medical seminars, internships, and health science field trips.
Partake in an array of shadowing opportunities and hands-on modules.
APS parents: Mark your calendar and join the Office of Federal Grants and Program Compliance team in preparing for the upcoming school year. Your expertise and feedback is needed on several topics. Meetings will be held on June 26, 2013 at Usher Elementary School and Price Middle School. Click here to download the flyer.