The Academy's intent is to increase the number of students who are interested and well prepared to succeed in careers related to the fields of allied health and the biomedical sciences. The school is committed to increasing the diversity of the professional and technical work forces in the biomedical and health sciences fields. The Academy offers an honors based academic curriculum with a wide range of mandatory and elective academic courses during a student's career. Students may earn college credits through Rutgers University School of Health Related Professions and Middlesex County College. These credits can be transferred to other colleges based on that school's acceptance program.
The faculty at the Academy is a dedicated group of professionals who challenge and inspire our students. Their knowledge and expertise provides students with the skills that they will need in order to compete in our world.
Our parents are partners in the educational process. Parental participation is through volunteering in the classroom and other events. It is critical to the success of our academy and our students. Additionally, parental support at home is critical as our students face an academically challenging curriculum that combines theoretical knowledge with hands-on learning that prepares our students for the next step in their education and career choices. There is an abundance of information throughout this website about our school. I encourage you to explore and find out about all that the Middlesex County Academy for Allied Health and Biomedical Sciences has to offer.