Emergency Medical Services program (EMS). The EMS program provides students with the opportunity to develop a solid foundation of Anatomy & Physiology, Pharmacology,and Emergency Medicine and Care. The EMS program is geared primarily to students in grades 11-12. Students in the program have the ability to earn national certifications, including their National Registry EMT-BasicĀ upon successful completion of the course and successfully passing both the NREMT written and practical examinations.

Both Emergency Services Programs participate in various other public safety, public health and emergency management programs. Students participate in a large number of courses sponsored by FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency). All students are required to complete the minimum NIMS 100, 200 & 700 courses prior to the completion of the program. Other FEMA courses can be completed as independent studies and / or extra credit. Many of the FEMA courses provide the students with additional opportunities to earn college credits.