• Parent Portal Open for Marking Period I Interim Grades and Comments

    The parent portal of Power School is now open for Marking Period I interim report grades and comments.  If there are questions or concerns about assignments, the first step should be for a student to reach out to his or her teacher.  We encourage these conversations as it is important for students to understand the value of each assessmetn and how each assessment is important to their learning.   I am proud to work with our faculty and can assure you that they are an approachable group who are eager to help students.  
     I also urge students who would like to improve performance in a course to sign up for a peer tutor through our National Honor Society peer tutoring program.   These forms are found in the main office.   
    If there are further questions or concerns please reach out to Mr. Smolenski or Mr. Dougherty, AAHS Teaching Supervisor. 
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  • Academy for Allied Health Sciences- Teacher of the Year 2015-2016
    Snra. Iturregui, World Language Teacher, is the 15-16 AAHS Teacher of the Year!  We appreciate your dedication and your enthusiasm for our school program. Congratulations from the Allied Health family!
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  • NJ State HOSA Competition Results

    Congratulations to the following AAHS students for their success at the NJ State HOSA competition held on March 5th-6th at Gloucester County Institute of Technology .

    Gold Medal Winners:
    Parliamentary Procedure:  Sangeeth Sreekumar, Urja Shah, Stephanie Ng, Dana Chan,  Isabelle Bisda, Benny Tran, Joshua Olazo, Sophia Saint-Val -- Creative Problem Solving:  Alicia Neal, Shannon Pyle, Aisha Muhammad, Gina Watkins -- Job Seeking Skills: Justin Olivera -- Speaking Skills: Marleni Chavana

    Silver Medal Winners:
    Public Service Announcement: Chris Moran, Lawrence Chan, Alex Malao, Connor DeFronzo, Govind Shekaran, Max Kearns -- Medical Math: Andrew Mu -- Pathophysiology- Annie Wu
    Bronze Medal Winners: Prepared Speaking: Justina Shafik -- HOSA Bowl: Ashleigh Fenton, Euna Hur, Francine Espana, Namitha Mathew --Parliamentary Procedure: Gabrielle Heffernan, Leah Cherukara, Danielle Maizes, Divya Narayanan, Taryn Choi, Gopna Shekaran

    Fourth Place Winners: Medical Innovations: Gianna Slusher, Diana Nguyen, Jessica Knowles, Arianna Dunkerton -- CPR/First Aid: Caroline Uguaro, Rana Ibrahim -- Medical Reading: Michelle Yao -- Biomedical Debate: Lautina Kwarteng, Sciaska Ulysse, Beatriz Malaspina, Joanne Igbinosun --Extemporaneous Writing: Kelsey Cogan -- Researched Persuasive Speaking: Jack Friebely -- Medical Spelling: David Cordoba

    Fifth Place Winners:
    CPR/First Aid- Marta Chavez, Kelsey Harder

    Congratulations to the following students for being elected NJ HOSA State Officers for 2016-2017
    Vice President- Beatriz Malaspina
    Secretary- Sciaska Ulysse

    Congratulations to David Cordoba for receiving the NJ HOSA Scholarship of $750

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  • Mini-Med School at Rutgers - New Jersey Medical School Information 

    This is a great opportunity for students interested in a career in the Health Sciences.

    Please click links below for information about the program. 

    MMS Letter

    MMS Poster

    MMS Article

    MMS Schedule

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  •  Academy for Allied Health Sciendes  
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  • About the Academy for Allied Health Sciences 
    Ranked by Newsweek Magazine and US News & World Report as one of the top high schools in the United States, recognized by the Federal Department of Education and recipient of National Best Practices, the Academy for Allied Health Sciences is a healthcare program of innovation and excellence. Rutgers University, Fairleigh Dickinson University and Seton Hall University partnerships allow students opportunity for college credits. Relevant experiences at healthcare facilities, added to students’ industry certifications, culminate with EMT training/New Jersey State EMT-B certification exam.

    Challenging academics and high professional standards in character prepare the Academy for Allied Health Sciences students for a career path as doctors, nurses, and as the healthcare providers of tomorrow.

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Academy for
Allied Health Sciences
Baxel Hall
1776 Raritan Road 
Scotch Plains, New Jersey 07076
908.889.8288 x811


Teaching Supervisor 


 Ms. Jeanne Rennert
School Counselors

 Affirmative Action Officer:
1776 Raritan Road
Scotch Plains, NJ 07076
908-889-8288 x 111

District 504 Officer:
1776 Raritan Road
Scotch Plains, NJ 07076
908-889-8288 x 313
AAHS HIB Specialist
1776 Raritan Road
Scotch Plains, NJ 07076
908-889-8288 x838

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