What We Do - High School
The Allied Health Academy works with junior and senior high school students in the Anaheim Union School District and is coordinated through OCAPICA’s HAPI-YEP Program.
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The HAPI-YEP aims to address health concerns and improve higher educational access for Asian and Pacific Islander and other students at Magnolia High School. Through the HAPI-YEP after-school program, students are provided:
- Health and Life Skills Workshops
- Tutoring and Mentorship
- College Preparation and Academic Advisement
- Leadership Development
Check out HAPI-YEP for more info.
Medical Careers Course
Coordinated through the North Orange County Regional Occupational Program, students learn about health careers, medical terminology, and applicable skills for the health field.
In collaboration with GEAR UP , we host a summer program. Check back for updates on how to sign up.
High School Summer Bridge Program
AUHSD seniors admitted to CSUF and Cypress College can participate in a 6-week summer bridge program to prepare for college.
Make your transition into CSUF or Cypress College a smoother one!
- Stipend ($)
- Study skills
- Meet new people (other freshmen, current students, faculty members)
In addition to being eligible for the Allied Health Academy, students graduating from an AUHSD school must be accepted into CSUF or Cypress College.
To join the summer bridge program, you must submit an application. Check back for updates on the application.