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Instructors ‘Lead the Way’ at Center for Public Health and Advanced Medical Studies

Instructors at the Center for Public Health and Advanced Medical Studies, located at White Knoll High, prepare students for immediate success after graduation by teaching hands-on skills and job readiness.

WKHS’s Abby S. Beard, Nicholas J. Hanle, Amber M. Morris, Melanie J. Piro and Erin L. Summerford recently earned commendation as a Project Lead The Way Distinguished School by increasing student access, engagement and achievement in their PLTW courses.

The Center for Public Health and Advanced Medical Studies offers innovative classes for students interested in careers in public health and medical professions that require a four-year degree or beyond.

All students take four PLTW courses including Biomedical Innovations Honors, Human Body Systems Honors, Medical Innovations Honors and Principles of Biomedical Sciences Honors.

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