The mission of Arthur A. Benjamin Health Professions High School is to provide students with an anti-racist education rich with culturally-relevant academic, career, and leadership experiences while exploring health and medical sciences.
What is PRIDE?
PRIDE is the foundation for students at Health Professions and is central to all they learn and do in their four years.
PRIDE encompasses all we want our students to know and be when they graduate. It is more of an agreement and vision than just a list of ideas and an acronym.
Open the document to read outcomes by grade level and what a graduate from HPHS will be able to know and do.
The PRIDE outcomes are listed below:
Addiction Recovery During Higher Education
Written by: Intelligent.com Higher Education Team - Updated: Jul 28, 2022
College students are using drugs and alcohol at a higher rate than young adults of the same age who don’t attend school. A recent study from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health indicated that more than half of full-time college students ages 18-22 drank alcohol in the past month. Another survey performed by Monitoring the Future revealed that nearly 45% of college students have used an illicit drug.