With a student population of approximately 31,000, the Anaheim Union High School District (AUHSD) is one of the largest school districts in the state.The district serves students from a diverse range of cultures, with 49 different languages spoken in the homes of its families. In addition to a rigorous, standard-based curriculum, AUHSD offers a wide array of Career Technical Education courses, representing over twenty career pathways ranging across a dozen industries, including the medical field. Moreover, the district encourages student service and community engagement with the annual Servathon on Martin Luther King Day, as well as through the efforts of student clubs and the Student Service Foundation. These programs come together to prepare students for meaningful college and career experiences, as well as a lifetime of community service and involvement.
For the NOCA HCOP grant, students will be recruited from the Patient Care career pathway and will be supported in continuing their pursuit of an Allied Health Career at the college level, including mentoring and a pipeline program to prepare them for the demands of college-level work.