Ann Arbor Public Schools
Health Science Technology

"Careers by Choice, not by Chance"

2014-2015: Celebrating 36 years of partnerships with our local medical centers and community health providers.

The Health Sciences Program is in its 36th yearin the Ann Arbor Public Schools. Huron and Pioneer High Schools each select 50 students to participate in the course . It is open to students in the Ann Arbor Public School district who are interested in pursuing health care fields. Academically, students are challenged by the strong science content, which prepares them to advance to college courses prerequisite for health careers. Students are awarded one elective science credit upon course completion.

Students apply for Health Sciences during their junior year when going through the course selection process. The application due date will be provided to students during their course selection assembly.

Factors considered for applicant selection include; attendance record, academic and volunteer experience reflecting interest in the health field, counselor and/or teacher recommendation. First priority is given to students who will be 12th graders while taking the course.

May 16, 2012 AAPS News Article: AAPS Health Sciences Technology Program Awarded E3 Award from Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti Regional Chamber of Commerce

Read the May 10, 2010 AAPSNews Feature on our program

Read the September 25, 2009, article about our program on

Huron High School Pioneer High School
Veterans Administration Medical Center Student in scrubs
Health science technology equipment University of Michigan Medical Center
Ambulance Cot St. Joseph's Medical Center