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Academy of Medical & Emergency Services

Welcome to the Academy of Medical & Emergency Services!



Whether you have a healing hand or want to protect and serve your community, you'll find many suitable career options in the MES Academy.  Society will always need healthcare and emergency services.  If you are empathetic and truly enjoy helping others, then you might be a good fit for a medical or emergency service career. 

In this small learning community, students will interact with business partners from our very own community and develop skills that they can apply in any industry. 






CTSOs are a great way for students to get involved and to develop their leadership skills.  The CTSO for the MES Academy is HOSA & SkillsUSA!


What is HOSA?

  • HOSA is a student organization whose mission is to promote career opportunities in health care and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people.  Kentucky has HOSA chapters in secondary and postsecondary programs.
  • The purpose of the HOSA organization is to develop leadership and technical HOSA skill competencies through a program of motivation, awareness and recognition, which is an integral part of the Health Science Education instructional program.
  • For more information on HOSA contact Ms. Fitzpatrick.

What is SkillsUSA?  

  • SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA helps each student excel. We provide educational programs, events and competitions that support career and technical education in the nation’s classrooms.  SkillsUSA serves more than 372,655 students and instructors annually. This includes 20,598 instructors who join as professional members. Including alumni, SkillsUSA membership totals over 434,000. SkillsUSA has served 13.6 million annual members cumulatively since 1965 and is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Labor as a successful model of employer-driven workforce development.
  • SkillsUSA offers local, state and national opportunities for students to learn and practice personal, workplace and technical skills. These three components comprise the SkillsUSA Framework, a blueprint for career readiness. Local chapters conduct a full program of work and many students also attend a district or state conference. At the SkillsUSA Championships, more than 6,500 students compete in more than 100 occupational and leadership skill areas each June. These national technical competitions help establish industry standards for job skill training and entry-level workers. SkillsUSA is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as a successful model of employer-driven youth development training.
  • For more information, contact Ms. Outland.


TCHS has an employability growth platform called eOS.  Assisting our students in becoming college and career ready is important to us and is part of our mission.  Teachers monitor students on the following three criteria:  responsibility/dependability, appropriate use of technology, and communication.  These scores help students set individual goals for improving their employability in the community, as well as for rewards within their classroom and the Academy.  Eos also provides students with an opportunity to learn, self-assess, and improve 21st century skills.