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'''The Monticello High School Health and Medical Science Academy''' is a program designed to provide opportunities to students interested in the health or medical science fields to get a first hand look at what the fields entail.
 
'''The Monticello High School Health and Medical Science Academy''' is a program designed to provide opportunities to students interested in the health or medical science fields to get a first hand look at what the fields entail.
  
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==History==
 
==History==
 
After teachers, administrators, and school board members toured the University of Virginia's Medical School facilities, they became interested in putting together a program for Albemarle County Students to start their explorations before reaching college. After months of planning, the Academy began accepting applications around January 2012 for the 2012-13 school year. With an opening class of 23 students, the Academy was up and running in August of 2012.
 
After teachers, administrators, and school board members toured the University of Virginia's Medical School facilities, they became interested in putting together a program for Albemarle County Students to start their explorations before reaching college. After months of planning, the Academy began accepting applications around January 2012 for the 2012-13 school year. With an opening class of 23 students, the Academy was up and running in August of 2012.

Revision as of 04:14, 17 January 2013

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The Monticello High School Health and Medical Science Academy is a program designed to provide opportunities to students interested in the health or medical science fields to get a first hand look at what the fields entail.

History

After teachers, administrators, and school board members toured the University of Virginia's Medical School facilities, they became interested in putting together a program for Albemarle County Students to start their explorations before reaching college. After months of planning, the Academy began accepting applications around January 2012 for the 2012-13 school year. With an opening class of 23 students, the Academy was up and running in August of 2012.


References

Personal Interview with Katina Dudley. 8 Jan 2013.

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