Health Professions 23-24
Please note: The courses listed within this webpage are the courses offered overall on a yearly basis, and they may not all be included in the master schedule for the current school year.
The courses that make up the final master schedule at each campus will depend upon student course requests. For a list of the courses offered for the school year, please contact your child's campus.
At South Texas ISD Health Professions, students develop medical and clinical skills in area hospitals, nursing homes and pharmacies, as well as doctor, dentist and veterinary offices.
The following certifications are available to Health Professions students: Certified Personal Trainer, EKG/ECG Technician, Phlebotomy Technician, Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), Registered Dental Assistant X-Ray Certification, Nitrous Oxide Sedation Monitoring Certification, Certified Pharmacy Technician, Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA), Patient Care Technician (PCT), Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA), Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN)*, Certified Veterinary Assistant Level I, Medical Laboratory Assistant
Available Endorsements: Arts & Humanities, Multidisciplinary Studies, Public Services and STEM
* Pending partnerships for accreditation.
Concentrator: A student served by an LEA who has completed two or more courses for at least 2 credits in a single program of study
Completer: A student served by an LEA who has completed 3 or more courses for 4 or more credits including an advanced course (level 3 or 4) within an approved program of study.
South Texas ISD does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability or genetic information in employment or provision of services, programs or activities.
South Texas ISD no discrimina de acuerdo a raza, color, origen nacional, genero, religión, edad, información genética, o incapacidad en el empleo o la disposición de servicios, programas o actividades.
Enrollment forms must be submitted via the online Schoolmint application.