Carson Academy of Medical Arts High School fosters academic scholars and empathetic future health professionals who advocate for healthy families, healthy communities, and quality health care for all.
MANIC MONDAY'S IS BACK PREPARE YOUR STUDENTS FOR THE EXIT SLIPS .
OCTOBER 24TH, THE ACTIVITY, "EXIT SLIPS"
OCTOBER 31ST, THE ACTIVITY, "VOCABULARY"
NOVEMBER 14TH, THE ACTIVITY, " VISUAL LITERACY"
*NOVEMBER 7TH, NONE DUE TO "VETERANS DAY"
NAVY-- ARMY-- MARINES--AIR FORCE: COLLEGE TUITION ASSISTANCE AND CAREER PATHS FOR ALL OUR CARSON HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Color Wars-Pep Rally
Coffee with the Superintendent Event
Hosa Visit to Firehouse-Droping off Baked Goods
City of Hope HOSA Field Trip in Santa Monica-Preventing & Treating Cancer
MEET OUR NEW STUDENT BODY LEADERS!
President, Vice President, Co-President's
Lead President: Justin Battle
Vice President:Fiorina Talaba
Co-President:Angel Zozobrado, Co-President:Danes Roxas
Secretary, Treasurer, Spirit Chair, Publicity, Historian
Kim Soria, Adrian Cabansag, Alexa Galang
David Bautista, Bernice Lopez
Grade Level Representatives
12th Grade: Claudia Avila
11th Grade: Erin Salvador
10th Grade: Alissa Solorio & Kaitlin Chloe Serrano
9th Grade: Clevezz Labasan
Annual 10th grade Olympics Event
Habits of the Heart and Mind
Habits of the Heart and Mind are embraced and embedded into the culture at AMA. Each month we focus on one habit to develop a mindset and practice of these important skills. Our Habits are service to the community, convention, perseverance, reflection, perspective, ethical behavior, collaboration, and connection. AMA is a bully-free zone.
AMA Calendar 2016 - 2017
Spirit Week at AMA! 2016-2017 "TWIN DAY, 90's DAY, JERSY DAY"
AMA Scored U.S. News and World Report Silver for 2nd year
Academy of Medical Arts at Carson High is ranked #2340 in the National Rankings and earned a silver medal. Schools are ranked based on their performance on state-required tests and how well they prepare students for college. AMA had stellar results on the 2015 SBAC (Common Core) tests and many students take AP tests. While only nearly 20% of the students passed tests, they gained critical thinking, time management, writing, and college readiness skills.