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Specialty School PROGRAMS

Center for Biomedical Sciences and Engineering @ Coon Rapids High School

Biomedical Sciences Program

Freshman
Entering the Program
Sophomore
Entering the Program
Junior
Entering the Program
• PLTW Honors Principles of Biomedical Sciences
• Computer Skills for Biomed and Engineering

Engineering Program

Freshman
Entering the Program
• PLTW Honors Introduction to Engineering Design
• Computer Skills for Biomed and Engineering
• Computer Programming
• PLTW Honors Principles of Biomedical Sciences
• Honors English 10 Biomed and Engineering
• Human Performance and Wellness
( replaces Physical Education II )
Sophomore
Entering the Program
• PLTW Honors Introduction to Engineering Design
• Honors Physics
• Honors English 10 for Biomed and Engineering
• Computer Programming
• PLTW Honors Human Body Systems
• College Biology
• Focus on electives courses which prepare you for college and careers
• Medical Terminology and Careers Biomed
Junior
Entering the Program
• PLTW Honors Introduction to Engineering Design
• Computer Programming
For more information , go to : ahschools . us / crhsbioeng contact the Center for Biomedical Sciences and Engineering Program Coordinator at 763-506-7359 . * More information regarding applying for the Biomedical Sciences and Engineering program is available at nws . k12 . mn . us or by calling 763-450-1300
Biomedical Sciences and Engineering Program The Coon Rapids High School Biomedical Sciences and Engineering program is designed to expose students to STEM-related careers including those in the medical , engineering , manufacturing , and technology fields . Through the program , students will experience a sequence of Project Lead the Way ( PLTW ) courses through either the Biomedical Sciences or Engineering pathway . The hands-on , real-world courses actively engage students in their learning through the use of cutting-edge laboratory and engineering techniques , peer collaboration , and opportunities to interact with professionals in the field . Students in our program are inspired by the relevant and engaging curriculum as they develop foundational tools for their future college and career success .
Applications accepted in grades 9 , 10 , 11 , and 12
Benefits :
• Program courses not offered elsewhere
• Applied learning : hands-on , relevant , and compelling coursework
• Students solve real-world problems deploying the skills and tools professionals use
• Explore career paths
• Develop a foundation of knowledge to help with further education at a two-or four-year college
• Develop transferable skills such as critical reasoning , problem solving , and collaboration
• Engage with professional mentors as they provide insight and guidance on capstone projects
• College credit possible
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