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State School Board District 1 Schools of Distinction

New Century Technology High School

Biomedical Science

School of Distinction AwardHuntsville City Schools

Principal, Ms. Sheila Roby

Superintendent, Mrs. Christie Finley

Biomedical Science students at New Century Technology High School participated in unique courses such as Biotechnology, Genetics, Bioinformatics, Neuroscience, and Introduction to Pharmacy Technology to prepare them for clinical careers. Partnerships with medical and/or biotechnology companies provided guidance to the program through an advisory board. These partnerships also provided internship opportunities to students. Seniors interned at Huntsville Hospital where they assisted with basic patient care and observed more extensive procedures. HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology and CFD Research Corporation provided students internships focused on scientific research. Biomedical students earned multiple certifications as they progressed through the program. Coordinating with BioAlabama, New Century staff educated industry about the types of skills and certifications students possessed upon completion of the program. This gained the attention of local scientists who volunteered their time and gave lectures. A scientist from GeneCapture taught programming and applied bioinformatics to interested seniors. Students also participated in extracurricular activities related to their studies through clubs such as the Neuroscience Club, Biotechnology Club, Health Occupations Students of America, and Science Olympiad. Funded through the grant program, AL200, students worked with HudsonAlpha on a DNA project to collect plant samples from the Huntsville Botanical Gardens for DNA sequencing.

 

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State School Board District 2 Schools of Distinction

New Century Technology High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Biomedical Science

School of Distinction AwardHuntsville City Schools

Principal, Ms. Sheila Roby

Superintendent, Mrs. Christie Finley

Biomedical Science students at New Century Technology High School participated in unique courses such as Biotechnology, Genetics, Bioinformatics, Neuroscience, and Introduction to Pharmacy Technology to prepare them for clinical careers. Partnerships with medical and/or biotechnology companies provided guidance to the program through an advisory board. These partnerships also provided internship opportunities to students. Seniors interned at Huntsville Hospital where they assisted with basic patient care and observed more extensive procedures. HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology and CFD Research Corporation provided students internships focused on scientific research. Biomedical students earned multiple certifications as they progressed through the program. Coordinating with BioAlabama, New Century staff educated industry about the types of skills and certifications students possessed upon completion of the program. This gained the attention of local scientists who volunteered their time and gave lectures. A scientist from GeneCapture taught programming and applied bioinformatics to interested seniors. Students also participated in extracurricular activities related to their studies through clubs such as the Neuroscience Club, Biotechnology Club, Health Occupations Students of America, and Science Olympiad. Funded through the grant program, AL200, students worked with HudsonAlpha on a DNA project to collect plant samples from the Huntsville Botanical Gardens for DNA sequencing.

 

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State School Board District 3 Schools of Distinction

New Century Technology High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Biomedical Science

School of Distinction AwardHuntsville City Schools

Principal, Ms. Sheila Roby

Superintendent, Mrs. Christie Finley

Biomedical Science students at New Century Technology High School participated in unique courses such as Biotechnology, Genetics, Bioinformatics, Neuroscience, and Introduction to Pharmacy Technology to prepare them for clinical careers. Partnerships with medical and/or biotechnology companies provided guidance to the program through an advisory board. These partnerships also provided internship opportunities to students. Seniors interned at Huntsville Hospital where they assisted with basic patient care and observed more extensive procedures. HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology and CFD Research Corporation provided students internships focused on scientific research. Biomedical students earned multiple certifications as they progressed through the program. Coordinating with BioAlabama, New Century staff educated industry about the types of skills and certifications students possessed upon completion of the program. This gained the attention of local scientists who volunteered their time and gave lectures. A scientist from GeneCapture taught programming and applied bioinformatics to interested seniors. Students also participated in extracurricular activities related to their studies through clubs such as the Neuroscience Club, Biotechnology Club, Health Occupations Students of America, and Science Olympiad. Funded through the grant program, AL200, students worked with HudsonAlpha on a DNA project to collect plant samples from the Huntsville Botanical Gardens for DNA sequencing.

 

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State School Board District 4 Schools of Distinction

New Century Technology High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Biomedical Science

School of Distinction AwardHuntsville City Schools

Principal, Ms. Sheila Roby

Superintendent, Mrs. Christie Finley

Biomedical Science students at New Century Technology High School participated in unique courses such as Biotechnology, Genetics, Bioinformatics, Neuroscience, and Introduction to Pharmacy Technology to prepare them for clinical careers. Partnerships with medical and/or biotechnology companies provided guidance to the program through an advisory board. These partnerships also provided internship opportunities to students. Seniors interned at Huntsville Hospital where they assisted with basic patient care and observed more extensive procedures. HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology and CFD Research Corporation provided students internships focused on scientific research. Biomedical students earned multiple certifications as they progressed through the program. Coordinating with BioAlabama, New Century staff educated industry about the types of skills and certifications students possessed upon completion of the program. This gained the attention of local scientists who volunteered their time and gave lectures. A scientist from GeneCapture taught programming and applied bioinformatics to interested seniors. Students also participated in extracurricular activities related to their studies through clubs such as the Neuroscience Club, Biotechnology Club, Health Occupations Students of America, and Science Olympiad. Funded through the grant program, AL200, students worked with HudsonAlpha on a DNA project to collect plant samples from the Huntsville Botanical Gardens for DNA sequencing.

 

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State School Board District 5 Schools of Distinction

New Century Technology High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Biomedical Science

School of Distinction AwardHuntsville City Schools

Principal, Ms. Sheila Roby

Superintendent, Mrs. Christie Finley

Biomedical Science students at New Century Technology High School participated in unique courses such as Biotechnology, Genetics, Bioinformatics, Neuroscience, and Introduction to Pharmacy Technology to prepare them for clinical careers. Partnerships with medical and/or biotechnology companies provided guidance to the program through an advisory board. These partnerships also provided internship opportunities to students. Seniors interned at Huntsville Hospital where they assisted with basic patient care and observed more extensive procedures. HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology and CFD Research Corporation provided students internships focused on scientific research. Biomedical students earned multiple certifications as they progressed through the program. Coordinating with BioAlabama, New Century staff educated industry about the types of skills and certifications students possessed upon completion of the program. This gained the attention of local scientists who volunteered their time and gave lectures. A scientist from GeneCapture taught programming and applied bioinformatics to interested seniors. Students also participated in extracurricular activities related to their studies through clubs such as the Neuroscience Club, Biotechnology Club, Health Occupations Students of America, and Science Olympiad. Funded through the grant program, AL200, students worked with HudsonAlpha on a DNA project to collect plant samples from the Huntsville Botanical Gardens for DNA sequencing.

 

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State School Board District 6 Schools of Distinction

New Century Technology High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Biomedical Science

School of Distinction AwardHuntsville City Schools

Principal, Ms. Sheila Roby

Superintendent, Mrs. Christie Finley

Biomedical Science students at New Century Technology High School participated in unique courses such as Biotechnology, Genetics, Bioinformatics, Neuroscience, and Introduction to Pharmacy Technology to prepare them for clinical careers. Partnerships with medical and/or biotechnology companies provided guidance to the program through an advisory board. These partnerships also provided internship opportunities to students. Seniors interned at Huntsville Hospital where they assisted with basic patient care and observed more extensive procedures. HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology and CFD Research Corporation provided students internships focused on scientific research. Biomedical students earned multiple certifications as they progressed through the program. Coordinating with BioAlabama, New Century staff educated industry about the types of skills and certifications students possessed upon completion of the program. This gained the attention of local scientists who volunteered their time and gave lectures. A scientist from GeneCapture taught programming and applied bioinformatics to interested seniors. Students also participated in extracurricular activities related to their studies through clubs such as the Neuroscience Club, Biotechnology Club, Health Occupations Students of America, and Science Olympiad. Funded through the grant program, AL200, students worked with HudsonAlpha on a DNA project to collect plant samples from the Huntsville Botanical Gardens for DNA sequencing.

 

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State School Board District 7 Schools of Distinction

New Century Technology High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Biomedical Science

School of Distinction AwardHuntsville City Schools

Principal, Ms. Sheila Roby

Superintendent, Mrs. Christie Finley

Biomedical Science students at New Century Technology High School participated in unique courses such as Biotechnology, Genetics, Bioinformatics, Neuroscience, and Introduction to Pharmacy Technology to prepare them for clinical careers. Partnerships with medical and/or biotechnology companies provided guidance to the program through an advisory board. These partnerships also provided internship opportunities to students. Seniors interned at Huntsville Hospital where they assisted with basic patient care and observed more extensive procedures. HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology and CFD Research Corporation provided students internships focused on scientific research. Biomedical students earned multiple certifications as they progressed through the program. Coordinating with BioAlabama, New Century staff educated industry about the types of skills and certifications students possessed upon completion of the program. This gained the attention of local scientists who volunteered their time and gave lectures. A scientist from GeneCapture taught programming and applied bioinformatics to interested seniors. Students also participated in extracurricular activities related to their studies through clubs such as the Neuroscience Club, Biotechnology Club, Health Occupations Students of America, and Science Olympiad. Funded through the grant program, AL200, students worked with HudsonAlpha on a DNA project to collect plant samples from the Huntsville Botanical Gardens for DNA sequencing.

 

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State School Board District 8 Schools of Distinction

New Century Technology High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Biomedical Science

School of Distinction AwardHuntsville City Schools

Principal, Ms. Sheila Roby

Superintendent, Mrs. Christie Finley

Biomedical Science students at New Century Technology High School participated in unique courses such as Biotechnology, Genetics, Bioinformatics, Neuroscience, and Introduction to Pharmacy Technology to prepare them for clinical careers. Partnerships with medical and/or biotechnology companies provided guidance to the program through an advisory board. These partnerships also provided internship opportunities to students. Seniors interned at Huntsville Hospital where they assisted with basic patient care and observed more extensive procedures. HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology and CFD Research Corporation provided students internships focused on scientific research. Biomedical students earned multiple certifications as they progressed through the program. Coordinating with BioAlabama, New Century staff educated industry about the types of skills and certifications students possessed upon completion of the program. This gained the attention of local scientists who volunteered their time and gave lectures. A scientist from GeneCapture taught programming and applied bioinformatics to interested seniors. Students also participated in extracurricular activities related to their studies through clubs such as the Neuroscience Club, Biotechnology Club, Health Occupations Students of America, and Science Olympiad. Funded through the grant program, AL200, students worked with HudsonAlpha on a DNA project to collect plant samples from the Huntsville Botanical Gardens for DNA sequencing.

 

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