Meridian Medical Arts Charter High School (MMACHS) was established in the fall of 2003 as a public charter school that operates independently within the existing local school district. While providing students with immediately applicable, practical skills, our comprehensive, health science-centered curriculum also equips students with the tools they need to succeed as they progress to the post-secondary level. Our concurrent credit courses and certifications in CNA, EMT, and Health Information provide our students a springboard into their Pre-Med, Nursing, Paramedics, and Medical Assisting degrees. We strive to produce compassionate medical professionals with relevant, real-world experience who are ready to serve both our local and global communities.
In addition to the State of Idaho’s graduation requirements, students at MMACHS are required to complete the following: four years of math, four years of science, one semester of certification classes (EMT, CNA, or Medical Office), one semester of a medical internship, two years of Spanish, two years of Health & Wellness, 2 years of Health Occupations, three years of Technology, one year of Psychology and Medical Law & Ethics.
Students are also required to participate in our community service projects: