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Allied Health Academy (AHA)

The High School Allied Health Academy (AHA) aims to support and guide Latinos, Pacific Islanders, Southeast Asians, and other underserved students in high schools throughout Anaheim Union School District towards a career in allied health and other health professions. Through the AHA Program, students are provided:

  • Academic advisement
  • College and career development workshops
  • Interactions with guest speakers in allied and other health professions
  • A variety of field trips
  • Students also have access to our HAPI-YEP After School Program, where they receive free tutoring, mentorship, snacks, and workshops centered around health, academics, and life skills

For more information- check out: https://alliedhealthacademy.wordpress.com/

HEALTHY ASIAN PACIFIC ISLANDER YOUTH EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM (HAPI-YEP)

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HAPI-YEP aims to address health concerns and improve higher educational access for Asian and Pacific Islander and other students at Magnolia High School. Through the HAPI-YEP after-school program, students are provided:

  • Health and Life Skills Workshops
  • Tutoring and Mentorship
  • College Preparation and  Academic Advisement
  • Leadership Development

For more information – check out: http://hapiyep.wordpress.com

OCAPICA FAFSA COMPLETION

The OCAPICA FAFSA Completion program works with schools throughout Anaheim Union High School District to increase FAFSA completion rates for the graduating senior class. By completing the FAFSA, we believe that students who obtain financial assistance from all levels of support are more likely to succeed in their educational pursuit and enter the workforce with degrees of higher learning. Our goal, is to increase the college going culture among high school campuses by assisting all students in gaining access to higher education.

 For more information- check out: http://ocapicafafsa.wordpress.com

OCAPICA SCHOLARS

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Established in 2010, the OCAPICA Scholars program aims to increase the number of underserved Asian American, Pacific Islander and other underserved high school students who gain access to higher education opportunities by providing scholarship support. The OCAPICA Scholars Program grants scholarship awards ranging from $500 to $5,000 a year for two years to graduating seniors of OCAPICA’s youth programs. Students who demonstrate significant merit in not just academics, but workplace, and community involvement are representative of the OCAPICA Scholars Community.

For more information and to see our students’ work – check out: http://ocapicascholars.wordpress.com/

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