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Biomedical Magnet Program

Program Description

The Biomedical Magnet Program is a competitive entrance student cohort of the nationally-recognized Wheaton High School Project Lead The Way program. Motivated students have the opportunity to participate in a four-year sequence of rigorous math, science, and medicine courses. Through a hands-on and collaborative approach, students explore prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease to design innovative solutions for today’s health challenges. Students explore multiple medical fields to develop a strong foundation for success in university pre-medical, medical, and biomedical programs.

Students will have the opportunity to:

  • Participate in an internship at the National Institutes of Health, The George Washington University or another local science facility.
  • Work with university medical school students and other medical professionals specific to a student’s area of interest.
  • Earn college credit in courses taught by college professors.
  • Compete in scientific competitions at the local, state, and national level.
 
   
 

Wheaton

Admission

Application; Consortia/ Choice (More about admissions)

The Biomedical Magnet Program at Wheaton HS is an application-only program. Current Grade 8 students living in the Downcounty Consortium (DCC) or attending a DCC middle school may apply. Criteria used to evaluate candidates include teacher recommendations, written statements from candidates, previous grades, coursework, and test scores.

Region

Consortia (More about regions)

Transportation

Consortia Neighborhood Stops (More about transportation)

 

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