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Template:Infobox school Plano ISD Academy Health Sciences Academy is a health and science program offered at Williams High School for grades 9 and 10, and at Plano East Senior High School for grades 11 and 12 for students interested in pursuing a job in the medical field.[1] With a partnership with Collin College, students gain many opportunities: college credits, workforce certifications, working with real medical equipment and communicating with the local medical professionals (through field trips and clinical placements in skill-based classes). The main people of the program include Howard Bates, the counselor of the program at Williams High School, and Heidi Cardenas, the coordinator of the program at Plano East Senior High School. [2]


Plano ISD Career and Technical Education offer additional medical courses in Plano ISD Health Sciences Academy than any other school. Extensions of the following classes that are taught at the Health Sciences Academy include:

  • Biomedical Science
  • Pharmacology
  • Practicum/Clinical Rotations
  • World Health Research

See also