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Seven Silsbee High School Health Science Students Excel in National Certification Exam, all pass exam

Seven Silsbee High School Health Science Students Excel in National Certification Exam, all pass exam

March 11, 2024 - On Monday, March 11, 2024, sevel Silsbee High School students took their National Certification test for Certified Patient Care Technician-Assistant. The results are in, and all seven students not only passed but exceeded expectations each scoring more than 400, surpassing the national average for this exam.

The comprehensive examination, designed to evaluate proficiency in essential healthcare skills, comprises five modules covering patient care, infection control, safety and security, phlebotomy, and EKG. Students demonstrated their knowledge and competence during the two-hour test, showcasing their preparedness for real-world healthcare scenarios.

Congratulations to the Following Achievers:

  • Mark Vickery
  • Kennedy Lockhart
  • Brooke Jeansonne
  • Macie Sheppard
  • G'Kya Stimpson
  • Laila Samuel
  • Susie McAnelley

This accomplishment not only highlights the dedication and hard work of these students but also underscores the high standards set by the Health Science program. The success of these seven individuals is a testament to the program's commitment to providing quality education and preparing students for the demands of the healthcare industry.

Heather Wiggins, Health Science Instructor, has two more students schedule to test on March 25, 2024. The continued success of the Health Science Program's participants emphasizes the program's effectiveness and Mrs. Wiggins commitment to producing highly qualified healthcare professionals.