Health Careers Pathways Program, K-12 Programs
Learn about our K-12 programs!
Saturday Science, Math, & Technology Academy provides hands on STEM learning to over 200 middle and high school students from Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools (KCKPS), District #500. New topics explored every year through the multifocal lens of Bioethics, Risk Factors, Data Science, Physiology, and Technology. Interactive and exploratory learning allows students to develop academic/SEL skills and performance. Students will receive a stipend for participation. To apply, students can go to our website https://www.kcksaturdayacademy.org/apply/application and the application is due on October 3rd at 11:59 PM.
If anyone has questions about the Summer Medical Academy, please contact Mija Jones: firstname.lastname@example.org
*** To ensure the safety of students and families, due to the rise of COVID-19 cases, the 2021/2022 Saturday Academy will be hybrid. Students will study virtually from 9 am to noon in the Fall and will come back in person to campus in the Spring. The Saturday Academy dates and times are available on our website's calendar page https://www.kcksaturdayacademy.org/calendar
Wednesday Media Project is an after-school program for high school students where students explore topics such as social justice and health disparities. The team creates a safe and open environment in which students can freely express their views on the subjects. Students then come to a consensus and work through the year creating a short film on the topic they’ve selected.
***Wednesday Media will be primarily in-person with select days virtual.
The K-12 Initiative tutoring program is an after-school opportunity for students in our various programs to receive additional help in their school studies. This ranges from English, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies/History.
***Tutoring will be in-person on Wednesdays and virtual on Thursdays.