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School Information:
1411 Hawthorne Ln
Charlotte, NC 28205
Courier # 386
P: 980-343-6011 | F: 980-343-5609
Principal: Diann N. Weston
LC: Northeast-Vance Learning Community
Bell Schedule: 7:15 AM - 2:15 PM
Grades: 9-12
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Our Mission
We are committed to providing a collaborative learning environment that prepares students for post-secondary education, the evolving health-care workplace, and citizenship in the 21st century.
School Announcements
Hawthorne Academy of Health Sciences Dedicated on Nov. 12th
11/16/2015Read full story
10 Point Grading Scale Starting This School Year
11/2/2015Read full story
Teachers' Office Hours & CTE Re-Loop Study Hall Schedule
10/8/2015Read full story
ACT vs Re-Designed SAT--Tuesday, December 8th at 6 pm
9/4/2015Read full story
FAFSA Night--Tuesday, December 1st at 6 pm
9/4/2015Read full story
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Current Calendar Events
Nov 30Medical Terminology/Nursing Assistant Test for HOSA Members @ 2:30 pm
Dec 1FAFSA Night--Tuesday, December 1st at 6 pm
Dec 3 - 4Mid-Quarter Progress Reports Distributed
Dec 41st Magnet Lottery Begins
Dec 8ACT vs Re-Designed SAT--Tuesday, December 8th at 6 pm
Dec 14HOSA's Second Harvest Food Bank Collection Ends
Dec 21 - 31Winter Break (School Closed)
Jan 1New Year's Holiday (School Closed)
Jan 9School Options Fair @ Phillip O Berry
Jan 11Last Day for New Students to Enroll & Be Eligible for First School Options Lottery







CMS is proud to introduce the Hawthorne Academy of Health Sciences, a county-wide magnet high school dedicated to the field of medicine.  A $15,000,000 campus renovation, central location, and strong industry partnerships with the National Academy Foundation, North Carolina New Schools, Project Lead the Way, and Carolinas HealthCare Systems have positioned the Hawthorne Academy of Health Sciences as Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools' premier county-wide health sciences magnet. 

The academy team offers programs of study that focus on general medicine, nursing, emergency services, and pharmacy technologies.  These rigorous programs prepare high school students for success in college with a relevance that addresses growing workforce shortages in healthcare. 






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Dr. Shagufta Y. Raja provided an Advanced Placement (AP) workshop for students at Hawthorne Academy of Health Sciences High School on November 4, 2015.  The AP workshop was provided for all students who are enrolled in AP classes.  Dr. Raja asked students "Why take AP classes?" She stated that AP classes build confidence!  Students who take AP classes develop better study habits, writing skills and sharpen their problem-solving abilities.  Students who take AP classes have the confidence to tackle the academic challenges expected in college.  Dr. Raja also emphasized to students that by taking AP classes, when students enter college with AP credit that the student can move into upper level courses. She stated that students may also want to pursue a double major or study/travel abroad.  Dr. Raja stated that research consistently shows that students who are successful in AP classes typically experience greater success in college than similar students who do not participate in AP classes.

Dr. Raja informed students that a college education is a necessity, not a luxury!!! Students worked collaboratively in groups during this workshop and also performed a science experiment with lasers on the Path of Light.  All of the students and the staff present greatly enjoyed this wonderful presentation.

Dr. Raja is the Director of STEM Education at the University of North Carolina Charlotte.













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