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1 Project Lead The Way Biomedical Sciences Program at Lakeland High School Information for Participants Program Description The Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Biomedical Sciences (BMS) Program TM is a sequence of courses, all aligned with appropriate national learning standards, which follows a proven hands-on, real-world problem-solving approach to learning. Students explore the concepts of human medicine and are introduced to topics such as physiology, genetics, microbiology, and public health. Students examine the processes, structures, and interactions of the human body often playing the role of biomedical professionals. They also explore the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease, working collaboratively to investigate and design innovative solutions to the health challenges of the 21 st century such as fighting cancer with nanotechnology. Throughout BMS, students acquire strong teamwork and communication practices, and development of organizational, critical-thinking, and problem solving skills. Along the way students investigate a variety of careers in biomedical sciences. Ninth Grade: Principles of the Biomedical Sciences Students use applied scientific concepts to do research and gather data to solve problems in the field. Tenth Grade: Human Body Systems Students will tour the human body from the whole being through its systems and small moving parts and back to homeostasis. Eleventh Grade: Medical Interventions Combining concepts learned from previous courses, students solve real-world medical problems using state-of-the-art techniques and protocol. Twelfth Grade: Biomedical Innovation A Capstone, Senior Design style course where students carry out project-based problem solving research such as designing an emergency or inventing/developing a medical innovation. Students also take part in job shadowing and internship opportunities. For more information on PLTW curriculum: Admission Process and Important s Each student wishing to participate in this Project Lead the Way Program must submit a completed application. All applicants must submit the application essay in order for the application to be complete. Applications are available in all middle school guidance counselor offices or the Suffolk Public Schools website beginning November 9, DUE DATE: Application Form, Application Essay, Admissions Agreement, and Parent Recommendation Form due to Guidance Counselor DUE DATE: Teacher Recommendation Forms due to Guidance Counselor

2 Current eighth grade students may apply to be accepted into the Project Lead the Way Biomedical Sciences TM program. Acceptance is contingent upon 2.7 middle school cumulative G.P.A. with a B or better in Algebra I and Science 8. For additional information contact Dr. Catherine Walsh, Science Supervisor, at or by at Prerequisites for the Project Lead the Way-Biomedical Sciences Program Prerequisites for the Project Lead the Way Biomedical Sciences Program TM include the following: Algebra I A student must have completed or be currently enrolled in Algebra I in the 8 th grade. Science 8 A student must have completed or be currently enrolled. French I, Latin I, or Spanish I It is recommended that a student have completed or be currently enrolled in French I, Latin I, or Spanish I. Selection Process To be eligible for the program, a student should fulfill the following minimum requirements: Middle school cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.7 or above to include the fall semester of the 8 th grade. Student must pass all SOL tests taken in Grade 8. Favorable recommendations from four current teachers as follows: English, mathematics, social studies, and science. Evidence of desire to be challenged through enrollment in honors and advanced courses. Each student s application is scored and ranked using a rubric based on listed requirements. The top 20 applicants on the ranked list will be offered admission to the PLTW Biomedical Sciences Program. The remaining students will be placed on a waiting list of alternates to be considered in the event that a student who is offered the position in the program chooses not to accept. Minimum Grade Point Requirement In accordance with the requirements set forth by the Admissions Agreement for the Project Lead the Way (PLTW) program, students must maintain a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.7 Any student with a cumulative high school grade point average (GPA) below 2.7 (calculated at end of each school year) will be: 1) notified that he/she will be placed on Academic Probation 2) has one (1) semester to meet the minimum GPA requirements (cumulative high school GPA + semester GPA) 3) scheduled for an Academic Review if the minimum GPA required has not been met after one (1) semester of Academic Probation Unless there are highly valid extenuating circumstances, the Academic Review Committee will recommend a transfer from the program. Note: To maintain the integrity of the program, repeated violations of the Admissions Agreement signed by the student and parent/guardian in the application process may warrant removal from the program as well. Program Location The PLTW Biomedical Sciences TM is offered at Lakeland High School to all eligible Suffolk high school students. Lakeland High School 214 Kenyon Road Suffolk, Virginia Principal: Douglas Wagoner Telephone: (757)

3 Applicant Information Student # Legal Last Name Legal First Name Middle Name Street Address Apartment/Unit # City State ZIP Phone Current Middle School Home Address Current Grade Level Gender (Male or Female) Mother s/guardian s Full Name Father s/guardian s Full Name Applicant s Native Language Applicant s Zoned High School Mother s/guardian s Work Telephone Number Father s/guardian s Work Telephone Number Academic Areas of Interest Rank the following subjects according to your interest from 1 to 6 (1 is the highest, 6 is the lowest). Subjects may be ranked equally if you wish (more than one ranked as #1). Foreign Language Computers Art Social Studies Environmental Science Other Sciences Biomedical Sciences Theater Music Language Arts Mathematics Architecture Major Awards/Honors you have received, if any (List Below).

4 Biomedical Sciences Application Essay Applicant Essay Directions: The Project Lead the Way Biomedical Sciences Program TM is designed for students who are highly-motivated academically and seek more in-depth, hands-on knowledge of Biomedical Sciences and Health Careers. On a separate sheet of paper: Write an essay of approximately 400 words that will convince the reader that you have a passion for the Biomedical Sciences field. In your essay, include (1) a specific example of how you have applied your math and science skills (2) your exposure in science, and (3) how your enrollment in the PLTW Program will benefit your pursuit of a career in Biomedical Sciences. Your essay should be original, creative, and grammatically correct. Student Signature

5 Admissions Agreement The Biomedical Sciences (BMS) Program TM is a rigorous, specialized program designed for the academically motivated student seeking a more in-depth, hands-on knowledge of physiology, genetics, microbiology, and public health. For a student to be successful in this program and be prepared for the PLTW examination, the student must be committed to a high quality education. Therefore, the PLTW Biomedical Sciences Program requires the student and the family to make the following commitment: I (we) agree to the following terms and conditions for participation in The Project Lead the Way Biomedical Sciences Program TM : 1. Follow the rules of Suffolk Public Schools as specified in the Student Handbook. A copy may be obtained from the Suffolk Public Schools website or by contacting the Main Office at Lakeland High School. 2. Meet the expectations of each class by participating in daily activities including completing homework, listening attentively, offering relevant comments, posing insightful questions, taking notes and doing any other activities necessary to meet the expectations set forth in each class. 3. Submit high quality work at deadlines and seek additional assistance from instructors as needed. 4. Maintain a GPA of 2.7 and abide by the Academic Review Process. 5. Exemplify the highest degree of academic and personal integrity. Cheating and repeated class disruptions are grounds for dismissal from the program. 6. Exert concerted effort to schedule recreational trips and other appointments (such as medical and dental) outside of the school day. 7. Remain in the program unless released by the recommendation of the program coordinator and the Academic Review Committee. Motivation, attitude, and progress will determine continued involvement in the program. I understand that if I do not meet the standards of the PLTW program, either because of the quality of my work or because of my performance as a serious learner, I may be asked to withdraw from the program to enroll in a course of study which better meets my level of performance. I also understand that if I leave the program, I may be requested to return to my zone school and, according to Virginia High School League rules, I would not be eligible to participate in VHSL activities for 365 days unless I am granted a waiver under rule (14). I am aware that by applying for the program, I will become a Lakeland High School student eligible for extracurricular activities at the school and that I will earn my high school diploma from Lakeland High School. I realize that if I reside outside of the Lakeland High School attendance zone, I will not be eligible to participate in any extra-curricular activities at the home attendance zone high school while enrolled at Lakeland High School. Student Signature I grant permission for my son/daughter, if selected, to be enrolled in the Project Lead the Way- Biomedical Sciences Program at Lakeland High School. I will also support my child s academic growth and encourage development of independent study skills. Parent/Guardian Signature

6 Parent Recommendation Form Student s Name Counselor Directions to Student: Complete the information above and have a parent/guardian complete this form. Directions to Parent: Your child is completing an application for the Project Lead the Way - Biomedical Sciences Program TM. Please mark the box below that best represents your assessment of your child. Ease of Learning: Enjoys the challenge of problems, assignments, and issues. Learns quickly. Almost Always Often Occasionally Rarely Never Adaptability: Approaches ideas and problems from a number of directions. Finds alternative means of solving problems. Thinks about ideas in new ways. Initiative and Enthusiasm: Is a highly motivated, independent worker. Seeks additional tasks; is intellectually curious, and stays actively engaged in activities. Persistence: Stays with tasks; relates progress on tasks to accomplishment of larger goals. Reliability and Integrity: Is scrupulous and punctual in fulfilling obligations; readily accepts responsibility. Reasoning: Uses logical, analytical reasoning and/or creative divergent thinking to consider ideas or solve problems. (Originality and elaboration of thinking). Communications: Communicates effectively. Organization: Manages time, resources and materials; meets deadlines; divides tasks into subtasks. Leadership Qualities: Shows respect and tolerance of others views. Is willing to accept the ideas of others and contributes to the group process. Influences others in a positive manner. Success: Displays the ability to succeed in a challenging program.

7 PLTW Parent Recommendation Form (Continued) Student s Name Counselor Please provide specific comments that might assist us in determining your child s potential to succeed in a rigorous academic Biomedical Sciences program. Parent s Name (Please Print) Parent s Signature Thank you for completing this form. Your input is valued. Please return this form to the school guidance counselor.

8 PLTW Teacher Recommendation Form English Student s Name Teacher Directions to Student: Complete the information above and give this form to your CURRENT English teacher. Directions to Teacher: The student listed above is applying for admission to the Project Lead the Way Program - Biomedical Sciences TM. Please mark the box below that best represents your assessment of this student. Note: Teacher recommendations are confidential. (Return form to the guidance counselor no later than January 9, 2015). Ease of Learning: Enjoys the challenge of problems, assignments, and issues. Learns quickly. Almost Always Often Occasionally Rarely Never Adaptability: Approaches ideas and problems from a number of directions. Finds alternative means of solving problems. Thinks about ideas in new ways. Initiative and Enthusiasm: Is a highly motivated, independent worker. Seeks additional tasks; is intellectually curious, and stays actively engaged in activities. Persistence: Stays with tasks; relates progress on tasks to accomplishment of larger goals. Reliability and Integrity: Is scrupulous and punctual in fulfilling obligations; readily accepts responsibility. Reasoning: Uses logical, analytical reasoning and/or creative divergent thinking to consider ideas or solve problems. (Originality and elaboration of thinking). Communications: Communicates effectively. Organization: Manages time, resources and materials; meets deadlines; divides tasks into subtasks. Leadership Qualities: Shows respect and tolerance of others views. Is willing to accept the ideas of others and contributes to the group process. Influences others in a positive manner. Success: Displays the ability to succeed in a challenging program.

9 PLTW Teacher Recommendation Form (Continued) English Student s Name Teacher Please provide specific comments that might assist us in determining this student s potential to succeed in a rigorous academic program. We are interested in strong academic students who are highly motivated and exhibit mature decision-making skills. Highly Recommended: Recommended: Not Recommended: Teacher s Name (Please Print) Teacher s Signature Thank you for completing this form. Your input is valued.

10 PLTW Teacher Recommendation Form Algebra I Student s Name Teacher Directions to Student: Complete the information above and give this form to your CURRENT mathematics teacher. Directions to Teacher: The student listed above is applying for admission to the Project Lead the Way Program-Biomedical Sciences TM. Please mark the box below that best represents your assessment of this student. Note: Teacher recommendations are confidential. (Return form to the guidance counselor no later than January 9, 2015). Ease of Learning: Enjoys the challenge of problems, assignments, and issues. Learns quickly. Almost Always Often Occasionally Rarely Never Adaptability: Approaches ideas and problems from a number of directions. Finds alternative means of solving problems. Thinks about ideas in new ways. Initiative and Enthusiasm: Is a highly motivated, independent worker. Seeks additional tasks; is intellectually curious, and stays actively engaged in activities. Persistence: Stays with tasks; relates progress on tasks to accomplishment of larger goals. Reliability and Integrity: Is scrupulous and punctual in fulfilling obligations; readily accepts responsibility. Reasoning: Uses logical, analytical reasoning and/or creative divergent thinking to consider ideas or solve problems. (Originality and elaboration of thinking). Communications: Communicates effectively. Organization: Manages time, resources and materials; meets deadlines; divides tasks into subtasks. Leadership Qualities: Shows respect and tolerance of others views. Is willing to accept the ideas of others and contributes to the group process. Influences others in a positive manner. Success: Displays the ability to succeed in a challenging program.

11 PLTW Teacher Recommendation Form (Continued) Algebra I Student s Name Teacher Please provide specific comments that might assist us in determining this student s potential to succeed in a rigorous academic program. We are interested in strong academic students who are highly motivated and exhibit mature decision-making skills. Highly Recommended: Recommended: Not Recommended: Teacher s Name (Please Print) Teacher s Signature Thank you for completing this form. Your input is valued.

12 PLTW Teacher Recommendation Form Social Studies Student s Name Teacher Directions to Student: Complete the information above and give this form to your CURRENT social studies teacher. Directions to Teacher: The student listed above is applying for admission to the Project Lead the Way Program-Biomedical Sciences TM. Please mark the box below that best represents your assessment of this student. Note: Teacher recommendations are confidential. (Return form to the guidance counselor no later than January 9, 2015). Ease of Learning: Enjoys the challenge of problems, assignments, and issues. Learns quickly. Almost Always Often Occasionally Rarely Never Adaptability: Approaches ideas and problems from a number of directions. Finds alternative means of solving problems. Thinks about ideas in new ways. Initiative and Enthusiasm: Is a highly motivated, independent worker. Seeks additional tasks; is intellectually curious, and stays actively engaged in activities. Persistence: Stays with tasks; relates progress on tasks to accomplishment of larger goals. Reliability and Integrity: Is scrupulous and punctual in fulfilling obligations; readily accepts responsibility. Reasoning: Uses logical, analytical reasoning and/or creative divergent thinking to consider ideas or solve problems. (Originality and elaboration of thinking). Communications: Communicates effectively. Organization: Manages time, resources and materials; meets deadlines; divides tasks into subtasks. Leadership Qualities: Shows respect and tolerance of others views. Is willing to accept the ideas of others and contributes to the group process. Influences others in a positive manner. Success: Displays the ability to succeed in a challenging program.

13 PLTW Teacher Recommendation Form (Continued) Social Studies Student s Name Teacher Please provide specific comments that might assist us in determining this student s potential to succeed in a rigorous academic program. We are interested in strong academic students who are highly motivated and exhibit mature decision-making skills. Highly Recommended: Recommended: Not Recommended: Teacher s Name (Please Print) Teacher s Signature Thank you for completing this form. Your input is valued.

14 PLTW Teacher Recommendation Form Science Student s Name Teacher Directions to Student: Complete the information above and give this form to your CURRENT science teacher. Directions to Teacher: The student listed above is applying for admission to the Project Lead the Way Program-Biomedical Sciences TM. Please mark the box below that best represents your assessment of this student. Note: Teacher recommendations are confidential. (Return form to the guidance counselor no later than January 9, 2015). Ease of Learning: Enjoys the challenge of problems, assignments, and issues. Learns quickly. Almost Always Often Occasionally Rarely Never Adaptability: Approaches ideas and problems from a number of directions. Finds alternative means of solving problems. Thinks about ideas in new ways. Initiative and Enthusiasm: Is a highly motivated, independent worker. Seeks additional tasks; is intellectually curious, and stays actively engaged in activities. Persistence: Stays with tasks; relates progress on tasks to accomplishment of larger goals. Reliability and Integrity: Is scrupulous and punctual in fulfilling obligations; readily accepts responsibility. Reasoning: Uses logical, analytical reasoning and/or creative divergent thinking to consider ideas or solve problems. (Originality and elaboration of thinking). Communications: Communicates effectively. Organization: Manages time, resources and materials; meets deadlines; divides tasks into subtasks. Leadership Qualities: Shows respect and tolerance of others views. Is willing to accept the ideas of others and contributes to the group process. Influences others in a positive manner. Success: Displays the ability to succeed in a challenging program.

15 PLTW Teacher Recommendation Form (Continued) Science Student s Name Teacher Please provide specific comments that might assist us in determining this student s potential to succeed in a rigorous academic program. We are interested in strong academic students who are highly motivated and exhibit mature decision-making skills. Highly Recommended: Recommended: Not Recommended: Teacher s Name (Please Print) Teacher s Signature Thank you for completing this form. Your input is valued.

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