“It has helped me:” Menomonee Falls high schoolers take big leap forward in their future careers

Fox6Now.com: High schoolers in Menomonee Falls on Wednesday, October 26th took a big leap forward in their future careers. They’re studying healthcare, and for the first time, got to practice on real patients.

The students are doctors in training. Right now, they’re Menomonee Falls sophomores in the Healthcare Academy program — and on Wednesday, they performed vision and hearing screenings on the district’s elementary school students.

Dani Rabai always thought she wanted to be a doctor, but the Healthcare Academy program solidified it for her.

“It has helped me really focus on what I like,” said Rabai.

About 150 high schoolers are taking part in the Healthcare Academy program — a curriculum designed to allow students with an interest in medicine to explore the field and get college credit at the same time.

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