Sports Medicine

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The Sports Medicine strand offers students the opportunity to earn a certification in First Aid and Safety at the end of their Junior year in high school. During the Senior year of high school, the student will be working in both a clinical setting and classroom setting while learning the care and prevention of athletic injuries. This course prepares the student for entry into a college Athletic Training program.

Health Organization Student Association (HOSA)

HOSA is a national organization that operates as an integral component of the Health Science education curriculum. Through its association of state and local chapters, HOSA provides powerful instructional tools, recognition, leadership, networking, scholarships, and connections with the healthcare industry to thousands of members across the United States and abroad. Through the HOSA Competitive Events program, members can showcase their health care and leadership skills in over 55 different events related to all aspects of the health care industry. HOSA integrates into the Health Science Education curriculum seamlessly to develop and recognize smart,
dedicated, and passionate future health professionals.


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Meet Coach Robinson

Marc Robinson: BS Communication, MS Coaching Admin– 7 years teaching experience

Experience Sports Medicine…

What we study…

  • 9th grade: Health Science Anatomy and Physiology
  • 10th grade to: Health Science Foundations
  • 11th grade: First Aide and Safety and Advanced Health Explorations
  • 12th grade: Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries

What we do…

  • First Aid and Safety certification
  • Clinical setting and classroom setting
  • Care and prevention of athletic injuries
  • Preparation for entry into a college Athletic Training program
  • Taught by an active athletic coach

Contact Information

Marc Robinson
RobinsonM@dadeschools.net