DMAS is a program serving students within the Delhi Unified School District who are interested in using their high school experience as a pathway to careers in healthcare.
The program targets qualified and motivated high school students.
DMAS is NOT a club; it is a 4 year program offered at Delhi High School.
Students enroll in the program through their enrollment in the Junior Academy of Medical Sciences (JAMS), a middle school pipeline of DMAS within the Delhi Unified School District.
Students not enrolled in JAMS may also apply to DMAS prior to the school year they wish to enroll in.
Priority is given to educationally and/or economically disadvantaged students.
Prepare students with hands-on experience and practical knowledge to explore different career opportunities in the health industry.
Assist and support educationally and/or economically disadvantaged students in successfully preparing for entry-level or post-secondary study positions in healthcare after graduation.
Expose students to colleges and university at the undergraduate and graduate level.
Rigorous 21st Century Skills- Critical Thinking, Communication, Collaboration, Creativity, Technology, Self-direction, and Global Awareness.
College prep courses and courses in a Health Science Career Pathway.
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Medical Terminology courses in English and Spanish.
Online and classroom exploration into medical and health careers.
Intern/work in local clinics and facilities through ROP.
Expectations of Students:
Commit to the program for the entire 4 years of High School.
Maintain a 2.8 grade point average.
Attend 75% of the extra-curricular DMAS activities offered.
Participate in after school enrichment activities, study trips, workshops, service events, and college focused activities that enhance student achievement.
Learn from tutorial sessions and seek academic support from DMAS teachers and tutors when recommended.