CSSM offers a rigorous program of coursework throughout each student's four years. Students in uniform begin each school day at 8:00 a.m. and finish at 3:18 p.m. to accommodate extended block scheduling. Students take two science courses in each of the first two years, completing all of the state science requirements in that time period. In their third and fourth years, students take higher level advanced placement courses in Biology, Chemistry or physics, or engage in postsecondary educational opportunities.
Throughout a student's time at CSSM, opportunities for supplemental learning outside of the classroom are provided. Such activities include viewing live surgeries at world-renowned Cleveland medical institutions, tours of medical and science museums in the area, and semester-long research projects with Case Western Reserve University medical students.
AP courses in U.S. History, U.S. Government and Politics, Statistics, Calculus AB, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, English Language and English Literature.
Dual-credit courses with Kenyon College: KAP Statistics, KAP Digital Imaging and KAP Government/Political Science
Specialty medical courses in
- Professional Communications in Medicine
- Scientific Writing for Science and Medicine
- Business of Health Care
- Global Issues of Medicine
- Technology of Medicine
- Scientific Research and Professional Medicine
Dual-credit biomedical courses in
- Principles of Biomedical Science
- Human Body Systems
- Medical Interventions and Medical Innovation
- H3P (Health Professionals Pipeline Program)
Medical Scholarships through The Joan C. Edwards Charitable Foundation
Post-secondary Enrollment Options Program (PSEOP) with Cleveland State University and Case Western Reserve University