The Coon Rapids High School Center for Biomedical Sciences and Engineering program is designed to expose students to STEM-related careers, including those in the medical, engineering, manufacturing, and technology fields.
Through the program, students will experience a sequence of Project Lead the Way (PLTW) courses through either the Biomedical Sciences or Engineering pathway. The hands-on, real-world courses actively engage students in their learning through the use of cutting-edge laboratory and engineering techniques, peer collaboration, and opportunities to interact with professionals in the field. Students in our program are inspired by the relevant and engaging curriculum as they develop foundational tools for their future college and career success! Coon Rapids High School Center for Biomedical Sciences and Engineering is a PLTW Distinguished School!
Students in our program can choose one of three pathways of study:
- Biomedical Sciences
- Biomedical Engineering (combined Biomedical Sciences and Engineering)
The Center for Biomedical Sciences and Engineering is part of Northwest Suburban Integration School District
Students from the seven district collaborative can apply to attend Coon Rapids High School for the Biomedical Sciences and Engineering program. Free bus transportation is provided. Visit the Northwest Suburban Integration School District website for additional information.
The application to apply is open from October 14 - December 31, 2022.
IMPORTANT 2022-2023 DATES
October 14, 2022 - December 31, 2022 - Northwest Suburban Integration School District Magnet School Application available for priority application
December 6, 2022 - Information Night - 6:00pm - CRHS Auditorium
January 12, 2023 - Registration Night - CRHS Cafeteria
May 16, 2023 - Senior Presentation Night - 7:00pm - CRHS Auditorium
If you have questions, please contact The Center for Biomedical Sciences and Engineering Program Coordinator, Lana Rice Email: Lana.Rice@ahschools.us | Phone: (763) 506-7359