South Texas Academy for Medical Professions

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South Texas Academy for Medical Professions
Address
10650 North Expressway 77/83
San Benito, Texas 78575
United States
Coordinates 26°02′58″N 97°33′14″W / 26.049433°N 97.553773°W / 26.049433; -97.553773Coordinates: 26°02′58″N 97°33′14″W / 26.049433°N 97.553773°W / 26.049433; -97.553773
Information
School type Public high school
School district South Texas Independent School District
Principal Harry Goette
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 500 [1]
Color(s) light blue, blue, white
              
Mascot Angels
Website

South Texas Academy for Medical Professions, also known as Medical Academy, is a high school in San Benito, Texas, United States.

The school was opened in 2003 as South Texas Academy of Medical Technology in San Benito and changed its name in 2012 to South Texas Academy for Medical Professions(Medical Academy). The school relocated to Olmito, Texas to its bigger campus which opened in 2015. The school serves as an alternative to larger high schools of local independent school districts for students interested in pursuing careers in health care. South Texas Academy for Medical Professions is part of the South Texas Independent School District. It has notable partnerships with Baylor College of Medicine, Harlingen Medical Center, Regional Academic Health Center, Texas State Technical College, Valley Baptist Medical Center and University of Texas at Brownsville.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "School Profile". Retrieved 28 November 2014. 
  2. ^ STISD - Med Tech

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