About the Academy for Allied Health Sciences

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. UMDNJ, Kean University, Fairleigh Dickinson University and Seton Hall University partnerships allow students opportunity for portable 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.