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Health Science

Program Highlights

In our Health Science program you will:

  • Build a strong foundation of knowledge and experience that will help you to better target your interests and build your career as a health professional.
  • Explore the diversity of roles in the health science field by working with professional mentors in actual clinical settings.
  • Have the opportunity to gain medical certification and licensure to be either a Licensed Nursing Assistant (LNA) or an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).
  • Be able to pursue a customized Extended Learning Opportunity (ELO) in a special interest medical field (as an alternative to LNA licensure or EMT certification training).
  • Graduate this program prepared for immediate employment in high-demand, entry-level medical positions.
  • Gain a head start to becoming an RN, paramedic, medical technician or doctor.

What You Can Learn:

Anatomy & Physiology // CPR & First Aid // Health Care Systems // Leadership Skills // Medical Terminology // Legal & Ethical Issues in Health Care // History of Medicine

What You Can Become:

(with additional education and training)
Physician // Nurse // Occupational and Physical Therapist // Emergency Medical Technician // Paramedic // Dental Assistant // Pharmacist // Radiologist // Exercise Physiologist // Sports Medicine Specialist

What You Can Earn:

11 College Credits in this pathway // Healthcare Provider CPR & AED Certification // EMT Certification // LNA License // Medical Terminology

Parallel Expectations

Full Course Load Aligned to Preparing for a 4-year College

Advanced Chemistry, Anatomy & Physiology, Microbiology/AP Biology, Psychology, Human Growth & Development

Effective Communicator, Critical Thinking Skills, Interpersonal Skills, Proper Hygiene,Professional Appearance

Brian Beauman


I have been designing and teaching a college prep / medical based anatomy & physiology course for 12 years.

BS, Exercise & Sport Science, Colby-Sawyer College. TECP, Secondary Biological Science, NHTI. MEd, Curriculum & Instruction, NEC. MEd, Special Education, NEC, NREMT from Great Brook Academy

Other interests:
As a former golf professional, I love to play golf as often as my schedule permits. I also enjoy hiking, kayaking, and mountain biking. I’m an avid Red Sox and Patriots fan. I’m married with two kids and we own two giant Saint Bernards.


Sharon Bean


13 years in education at CRTC; HOSA Adviser; LNA instructor for the Health Science Program 25 years in nursing, including acute rehabilitation, psychiatry, home infusion therapy, ambulatory care, hospice, telemetry

BS, Norwich University, Nursing; MS, Health Care Administration, New England College, Teaching Certification

Other Interests:
animals, education, family, fitness, Maine coast, wellness


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