Four Mount Saint Mary Students To Attend Mini Medical School

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Mount Saint Mary Academy science teacher Anne Maxwell, students Sibyl Medabalimi, Paula Alves – Czachor, Krista Baldowski, and Nina Heyden, and academy science department chair Adele Lang (Photo courtesy of Mount Saint Mary Academy

Mount Saint Mary Academy science teacher Anne Maxwell, students Sibyl Medabalimi, Paula Alves – Czachor, Krista Baldowski, and Nina Heyden, and academy science department chair Adele Lang (Photo courtesy of Mount Saint Mary Academy)

WATCHUNG – Four students from Mount Saint Mary Academy have been accepted into Mini Medical School at Robert Wood Johnson this summer.

Juniors Paula Alves – Czachor of Elizabeth, Krista Baldowski of Cranford, Nina Heyden of Metuchen, and Sibyl Medabalimi of Raritan were among only 200 students selected from throughout the state of New Jersey. The program is designed to provide students with a strong interest in medicine with insights into the health sciences. It also offers them the opportunity to sample a medical school curriculum.

Mount Saint Mary Academy is a Catholic, independent school which provides a college preparatory education for young women in grades 9 through 12.

 


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