Medical Professions

This upper level program is designed for students who are planning to attend college or other medical training programs and pursue careers in medicine, nursing, physical therapy, radiologic imaging, laboratory technology, dental hygiene, veterinary technology, or sports medicine.    Students will explore the symptoms of disease and wellness that may occur in the human body during a person’s life.  These students will also have field placements in actual medical settings to help them apply their academic learning to real life situations.   If you like working with people and you enjoy science and medical technology, consider this program.

Medical Professions I

Students in the first year of this class will earn one credit in Anatomy & Physiology.  This class is open to all 11th and 12th graders who have earned a “B” or better in level 426 Biology.


Medical Professions II

Second year students in the Medical Professions program will concentrate on attaining their Licensed Nurse Assistant credential.  This class is open to all 12th graders who have earned a “C” or better in Medical Professions I for the year.



Additional Program Information

Embedded Credit:

Anatomy & Physiology (1 credit after 1st year)

English (1 credit in 2nd year)





Licensed Nurse Assistant (LNA)


First Aid

Bloodborne Pathogens



Dual Enrollment:

Human Biology (CCV*: 3 credits)

Medical Terminology (CMCC**: 3 credits)

*Community College of Vermont

**Central Maine Community College



Youth Group: 





Julie Faas

Tel: (802) 527-6523