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James Clemens’ health science breaks acceptance records

MADISON – Health Science students at James Clemens High School have exceeded high expectations in their studies about medical procedures, plus several secured Early Acceptance to university medical study.

“The Career and Technical (CTE) Lab Course had a 100-percent pass rate for Patient Care Technician, Medical Assisting and EKG Technician,” Ashley H. Steinert said. A Registered Nurse, Steinert teaches Health Science and serves as Co-Adviser for HOSA and National Technical Honor Society.

“This is the first time this has ever happened and in only the third semester we have offered this course,” Steinert said. All students were graduating seniors, except for two juniors.

With their success, James Clemens Health Science students earned new credentials:

* Katie Berger — Certified Patient Care Technician or CCMA, Certified EKG Technician or CET. Berger is a prospective senior.

* Sarah Broyles – CCMA, CET. Broyles earned Certified Patient Care Technician or CPCT in fall 2022.

* Carlos Castillo – CCMA. Castillo earned CPCT in fall 2022.

* Anna Chubb — CCMA, CET. Chub earned CPCT in fall 2022.

* Caitlyn Chubb — CPCT, CET.

* Maria Dukes – CPCT.

* Alley Enfinger – CCMA. Enfinger earned CPCT in fall 2022.

* Alayna Langston – CET. CPCT earned in fall 2022.

* Noemi Loza-Pedroza – CPCT.

* Diya R. Patel – CCMA. CPCT earned in fall 2022.

* Harshi Patel — CCMA. CPCT earned in fall 2022.

* Ava Penland — CCMA. CPCT earned in fall 2022.

* Mollie Prang — CCMA. CPCT earned in fall 2022.

* Gabriel Quintero – CCMA.

* Connor Racelis — CCMA. CPCT earned this semester in the Introduction to Pharmacy course.

* Isabella Ross — CCMA. CPCT earned in fall 2022.

* Neha Singhal — CCMA, CPCT.

* Madison Standifer — CCMA, CET. CPCT earned in fall 2022.

* John Luke Stovall – CCMA. Stovall is a prospective senior.

* Jaxon Yamaguchi – CET. CPCT earned in fall 2022.

In addition, students in Health Science were acknowledged at the fifth annual “Med Jets Take Flight” event on May 5. These students’ families and well-wishers gathered in the Harvard Room at James Clemens.

Several students accomplished a demanding feat by obtaining Early Medical School Acceptance: Olivia Abney, Sohail Baig, Sarah Broyles, Shaivi Pandey, Bryan Keith Preer, Neha Singhal, Shreya Sunil, Lindsey Tucker, Ke’aundra Walton and Jaxon Yamaguchi.

These students succeeded with early acceptance to medical school at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and the University of South Alabama. Mississippi State University granted early acceptance to its veterinarian school.

Students with early acceptance for nursing will attend UAB, Troy University and University of North Alabama. “We are very proud of these students’ accomplishments, and wish them the best of luck,” Steinert said.

“This is a school record as we have never had more than two students accepted per year for medical school early acceptance. In addition, this is the second student in school history to receive early vet school acceptance,” Steinert said.

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