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  • Academy for Allied Health Sciences- Teacher of the Year 2018-2019
    Mr. Dylan Scalora, Language Arts Teacher, is the 18-19 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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  • Congratulations to the UCVTS HOSA participants on another great performance at the 2018-2019 NJ State competition.

    • Behavioral Health - Katrina Huwang - 1st place
    • Life Support Skills - Krizia A - 1st place
    • Health Career Display - Kaitlyn Acevedo and Samantha L - 1st place
    • Medical Spelling - Dorian Ho - 1st Place

     

    • Medical Spelling - Jessica Pattathil 2nd place
    • Biomedical Debate - Ashini B, Elizabeth N, and Sukhmani Grover- 2nd place
    • Creative Problem Solving - Deborah Obiajulu, Isabelle Lin, and Alysa Liu- 2nd place
    • HOSA Bowl - Gauri Patel, Sebastian Rodriguez, and Javier R- 2nd place
    • Human Growth and Development - Sophia R- 2nd place
    • Medical Innovation Existing- Nathan Lam and Tara M- 2nd place

     

    • Medical Law and Ethics - Amanda P - 3rd place
    • Prepared Speaking- Roshni D - 4th place
    • Creative Problem Solving- Devman Gupta, Catherine Agafonova, Andrew Yu, and Allison Klein - 5th place
    • Pathophysiology- Noam Rotenberg - 5th place

    We are also proud to announce that UCVTS HOSA has three students who will be serving as HOSA State Officers for the 2019-2020 School Year!

     President- Nathan Lam

    Northern Regional Vice-President- Raj Bhatt

    Parliamentarian- Dorian Ho

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  • About the Academy for Allied Health Sciences 
    Recipient of the National Blue Ribbon award, National Best Practices award, and ranked by Newsweek Magazine and US News & World Report as one of the top high schools in the United States, the Academy for Allied Health Sciences is a healthcare program of innovation and excellence. A Rutgers University partnership 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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