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A Warm Welcome to Alliance Health Services Academy! 

Alliance Health Services Academy is a public charter high school employing the theme of healthcare to provide students with comprehensive college-preparatory ...

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Health Services Academy (HSA) High School's Work-Based Learning (WBL) Program is a key part of the educational experience at HSA, supporting the school’s mission of providing inner-city minority students with a health professions career program that will enable them to successfully transition into higher education and health care related majors and careers.  The WBL Program targets ethnic minority groups defined by the Association of American Medical Colleges as “underrepresented in the medical professions relative to their numbers in the general population”- primarily African-Americans and Latinos.


The WBL Program has been designed to act as an education pipeline; providing underserved minority high school students in South Los Angeles with academic and experiential education opportunities focused on motivating and preparing them to move from secondary education into college and careers in healthcare.  

Program objectives include the following:
  • Contextualized learning within the WBL Program will measurably improve overall student achievement.
  • Students will demonstrate a wider and clearer understanding of the health care field and its required skills.
  • Students will exhibit increased proficiency in career and technical skills.
  • Students will show an increase in their motivation to pursue tertiary education and health care career opportunities.

The WBL Program follows a progressive path from Grade 9 through Grade 12.  Click here to view the program timeline.


The various components of the WBL program have been developed to provide students with hands-on opportunities to advance their knowledge and skills through exposure, practical experience, research and service related to health services.  These include:


All aspects of the WBL Program are provided in collaboration with key partners throughout the medical, health care, academic and business communities.  For information on the incredible opportunities provided by our partners, and a list of current partners, please click here.


Research has shown health care workers from underrepresented minority groups are more likely to care for minority patients and serve in high-poverty, underserved communities.  Based in South Los Angeles, HSA is located in Los Angeles County’s Service Planning Area (SPA) 6.  Evidence shows that SPA 6 ranks as one of the most disadvantaged and under-resourced communities in the nation, particularly in medical services.  As stated, there is a need in the school’s community for health care professionals with the same racial and ethnic demographics.  HSA’s curriculum and programs will work to promote diversity in the health professions and help reduce health care disparities evident in SPA 6.

During a visit to HSA, Herb K. Shultz, Regional 9 Director for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services shared, "Educating the healthcare workforce of tomorrow is a top priority of our department.  But we must go further.  We must challenge our children to take healthcare into their own hands."  HSA is endeavoring to do just that.


By introducing students to the health services field, HSA is already helping to shape their futures.  Sophomore Jamie had always dreamed of being an OB/GYN, but didn't think it would be possible.  Now in her second year at HSA, Jamie is seeing things differently.  "Health Services Academy impacts me to further think outside my boundaries and go into the career of my dreams," she said recently.  Aldair, also a 10th grader, had told his Medical Science Teacher throughout his 9th grade year that he just wanted to work with computers and had no interest in medicine.  By the end of the year, he had decided to pursue a career in bioengineering.  

"I seriously know what I want to do with my life now that I've had that special opportunity to experience first hand what doctors do. That totally set off a lightbulb in my head," said one freshman after a trip to the UCLA Simulation Center.  A sophomore who attended several field trips shared, "I enjoyed the variety of things I did.  They inspired my classmates and I to keep moving and enter college.  There's so much for us to learn.  I can't wait to begin my journey in college." 

We are excited to continue to provide these experiences for our students through the Work-Based Learning Program.

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Upcoming news

HOSA Conference
HOSA is a national competitive club that prepares students with health occupational skills. Our HSA students competed in the CPR/First Aid Training event, Medical Spelling event, and Medical Terminology event.
Questions about college? Confused about financial aid?

Questions about college? Confused about financial aid? Become a part of the UCLA mentorship program and receive one on one support from current college students. Click here to learn more about this amazing opportunity!

WELCOME TO HSA WASC COMMITTEE! Let's welcome our WASC Committee! Thank you for your visit and we hope that you enjoy your stay at HSA.

SPRING FORMAL DANCE The Spring Formal Dance will take place this Friday, April 4th from 7pm to 11pm. Come enjoy some music, good company, and dance the night away. Buy your tickets now from any ASB member!
Happy Birthday April Babies!!!

Happy Birthday April Babies!!! We wish you a happy birthday wolves! Click here to view the April birthdays.
Important Dates and Schedule Changes

Important Dates and Schedule Changes Do you know of all major events taking place this semester? If your answer is no, click here to view all major dates and schedule changes dur to testing, field trips, ASB events, holidays, etc.
Month of April School Calendar

Month of April School Calendar View what is going on at HSA during the month of April. For access to the calendar click here!
Drama Class Caption Competition
Students in Drama class are currently studying comedy. One assignment was to create a caption for a New Yorker Magazine cartoon. Click on the link to see the best caption as voted by Drama class students. It was written by seniors Erick Muñoz, Husonee Davis, Mayte Blanco-Diaz, Monica Aguirre.
Your Future Panel

Your Future Panel STUDENTS!!! Do you have questions about college?
Are you confused on the best next steps for you?
Are you curious about dorm life?
Do you need support with real-life skills like balancing a checkbook, and paying bills?

If you answered “Yes” to any of those questions, this is the panel for you.

Join us this Tuesday, March 25th from 3:45pm to 4:45pm in room 76. Panelist will include college graduates and current college students.

Food will be provided.
Parent Registration Form / Forma de Registro Para Padres

Parent Registration Form / Forma de Registro Para Padres Complete the parent registration form and receive one parent hour! Click here for the link to the form.
Complete la forma de registro para padres y reciba una hora de servicio! Precione aqui para la forma.
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Upcoming Events

Mobile Clinic on Campus
Date: 4/23/2014, 10 AM 2 PM
Blood Drive
Date: 4/24/2014
Location: MPR
Spirit Day
Date: 4/25/2014
Parent University
Date: 4/26/2014, 9 AM 10 AM
CST ELA with EAP (11th grade only)
Date: 4/28/2014

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