Home > Foundation News > CFEF Donates $25,000 to Academy of Health Careers at Seminole High School

Thank you Consortium of Florida Education Foundations (CFEF) for the $25,000 grant to revitalization of the Academy of Health Careers magnet program at Seminole High School. This revitalization strengthens the pipeline for Health Technicians, Licensed Practical & Vocational Nurses, Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technicians and a number of other healthcare professions thus ensuring graduates are provided high-quality instruction and authentic hands-on experience using industry-standard equipment.

The Academy of Health Careers at Seminole High School offers a hands-on approach to two very different components of health care: patient care and biomedical science. Health Academy students all start in the same course for 9th grade and then will split into a patient care track or the biomedical track for coursework in grades 10-12. Students must maintain a specific GPA and complete core courses successfully in order to remain in good standing in the Academy.

Thank you CFEF for helping provide this amazing opportunity for our students!