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Academy of Health Sciences : Academy of Health Sciences

This guide provides information about library services and resources available for students and teachers from the Academy of Health Sciences.

Contact

Address:

Annex A
301 Largo Road
Largo, MD 20774

Telephone:

(301) 546-7247

Fax:

(301) 546-5241

Contact:

Dr. Kathy Richard-Andrews
Acting Principal


Websites:

PGCC Academy for Health Sciences

PGCPS Academy for Health Sciences

The Academy of Health Sciences @ Prince George’s Community College

The Academy is focused on preparing students to enter one of PGCC’s Health Sciences Clinical Programs or transfer to a four-year college or university to pursue additional educational offerings related to health sciences. 

The Academy’s rigorous, innovative four-year program combines high school and college courses through dual enrollment credits. Students are introduced to college courses in their first year. By 12th grade, college courses are the foundation of the program. At the time of graduation from the Academy, students will have met the requirements for a high school diploma and an associate’s degree. 

Students are supported by academic coaches and have access to both Prince George's County Public Schools and Prince George's Community College student services and academic support programs.

Application Process

Admission to the Academy is opened to all 8th grade students from Prince George’s County with an expressed interest in health sciences. One hundred 9th grade students are admitted to the Academy each year until full enrollment of approximately four hundred students in grades 9-12 is attained.

Application Process and Criteria

The application process will ensure equity of participation from all areas in Prince George’s County. Fifty percent of the students will be under-served students who are First Generation College (i.e., neither parent has graduated and received a bachelor’s degree) and/or students of low socio-economic status. Admission will be contingent upon student participation in the Academy’s Summer Bridge Program.

To be considered for admission to the Academy of Health Sciences, PGCPS students must take an entrance exam that will be administered at their schools. Middle school counselors have access to the electronic application for students enrolled in PGCPS and will print the electronic application for students interested in applying for admission. Students not enrolled in PGCPS must access the online application on the PGCPS website. Applications will be reviewed and processed by the Sub-committee for Student Applications and Recruitment.

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