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Hawthorne Academy of Health Sciences (HAHS)
Information Sessions:
Wednesday, July 24th 6:00PM
Thursday, July 25th 11:00AM
Tonya M. Faison, Principal
Matthew Younis, Assistant Principal
Nina Adams, Assistant Principal
Charity Bell, Northeast Learning Community Superintendent
Jimmy Chancey, CMS Director of CTE
Brian Schultz, Northeast Learning Community Executive Director
Hawthorne Academy of Health Sciences
HAHS
Two Schools in One:
Traditional School: All currently enrolled 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students
will have the option of remaining at Hawthorne and will be allowed to graduate in
succeeding years.
Health Science Academy: Rising 9th and 10th grade students can apply to
participate in the academy. This includes 10th grade students who are currently
enrolled at Hawthorne.
By 2016, the health science academy will be fully implemented magnet
school.
What is Hawthorne Academy of Health Sciences?
Hawthorne Academy of Health Sciences is designed to immerse high school
students in a health science career oriented curriculum involving a handson learning environment and technical expertise.
Hawthorne Academy of Health Sciences will include a career structure, high
school online courses, college dual enrollment coursework, and an
accelerated curriculum for advancement in science, technology and
mathematics.
Hawthorne Academy of Health Sciences will have a strong student support
process to ensure that its graduates are college and/or career ready.
Partnerships
National Academy Foundation (NAF) : addresses the critical achievement gap in
STEM fields by developing a pipeline of students prepared to pursue healthrelated degrees and professions in one of the fastest growing sectors of the
economy.
North Carolina New Schools (NCNS): has partners in business, education and
government at every level to develop and support innovative schools that share
a fundamental goal: Engage all students with powerful approaches to teaching
and learning and graduate all students ready for college, careers and life.
Project Lead the Way (PLTW) : the leading provider of rigorous and innovative
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education curricular
programs used in middle and high schools across the U.S.
Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) : local community college where
students will be able to attend classes to create environments that generate
positive, nurturing and learning-focused experiences in the classroom.
Hawthorne Academy of Health Sciences
College Transfer – Associate in Sciences
College
Grade 9
English I
Grade 10
English II Honors
Grade 11
AP English
Grade 12
AP English
Algebra I
Higher and/or
Algebra II Honors
Pre-calculus
AP Calculus
Geometry Higher*
World History
Honors
Civics and
AP US History
Economics Honors
CPCC Elective
Biology Honors
and/or
Chemistry
AP Environmental
Studies
CPCC Electives
Art Elective
CPCC Electives
CPCC Electives
Human Body
Systems (Honors)
CPCC Electives
CPCC Electives
Earth
Environmental
Sciences**
Health/Physical
Education
Principles of
Biomedical
Sciences (Honors)
General Elective
Weekly Seminar
Foreign Language I Foreign Language
II
CPCC ACA 118
Internship
Student Success
CPCC Foreign
Language
Weekly Seminar
Grade 13
Grade 14
Renovations
During 2014-2015 school year Hawthorne Academy of Health
Sciences will undergo some classroom renovations.
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