The CP paves the way for medical staff
Thirty-seven Career-related Programme (CP) students at Walnut High School, California, USA are on their way to pursuing careers in the medical field following a three-year CP/Project Lead the Way (IBCP-PLTW) Biomedical Sciences Program.
The students were presented with white lab coats and medallions to mark their graduation. The news article on Patch.com says the students “displayed knowledge, ability, and aptitude in the area of biomedical science.”
“These students are remarkable and exemplify why we have the best IBCP-PLTW Biomedical Sciences Program in the state!” said instructional dean Barbie Cole.
Dominic Robeau, Senior Curriculum Manager (CP) says, “This fast-growing programme is the perfect answer for schools seeking to provide students with the best possible high-quality education leading students to their pathway of choice. The CP combines the academic rigor that IB programmes are known for with valuable career-related skills and experiences. It is particularly pleasing to see the CP students of Walnut High School utilising Project Lead the Way as the career-related study for the CP leading them to careers in the medical field. We at the IB wish these graduating students all the best in their future endeavours.”
Read the full article on Patch.com