In-House Programs

  • Welcome to Park Vista Community High School! We are excited to be part of the world-class team that works together to foster a rich tradition of excellence at Park Vista. We recognize that having high expectations and involving all of our stakeholders are the keys to an enriching experience for our students and hope that you maximize all opportunities to become involved in our school.

    Open House Presentation

    Who do I contact for help?
    The Choice Programs Department can help you with the application or computer issues. 561-434-8755. Visit their Choice Programs webpage for more information.

    Specific Park Vista questions should be directed to:
    Nikki Lanier, Academy Coordinator
    Park Vista High School
    7900 Jog Road
    Lake Worth, FL 33467
    Ph: (561) 491-8431


  • Medical Sciences - Pre-Medicine

    The Medical Sciences Honors program offers an innovative, integrated learning environment designed to provide the student with the medical skills and training necessary to succeed in postsecondary healthcare career education and/or to successfully transition into the healthcare workforce. This comprehensive program combines a rigorous academic curriculum with intense clinical and laboratory experience. Student clinical rotations are conducted at area hospitals and other healthcare facilities. Clinical clearance, including a background check and drug screening are required prior to entering the clinical setting. In the School District of Palm Beach County, all medical courses provide local honors credit. Algebra I or Algebra I Honors is recommended.

    Our Medical Science Academy is an In-house Academy. (Medical Academy Course Offerings Flyer)

    Students zoned for Park Vista should apply online on the Choice Application website. Our program will not be available to students who do not reside in the Park Vista zone.

  • The First Two Years

  • CNA & Home Health Aide

  • EKG Tech

  • EMR

  • Medical Laboratory

  • Dual Enrollment

  • HOSA

  • Entrepreneurship

    The Entrepreneurship program encompasses both academic knowledge and practical skills to prepare young people for responsible citizenship and the world of work. Fostering entrepreneurship attitudes and skills in secondary schools raises awareness of career opportunities, as well as ways young people can contribute to the development and prosperity of their communities. All students applying to this program must meet the following eligibility criteria: 2.5 GPA.

  • Entrepreneurship

  • Additional In-House Programs




  • Information Technology

    The Information Technology program offers an innovative, integrated learning environment focused on computers, technology, and communications. The program provides students with the training and skills necessary for careers, such as: Computer Operation, Computer Support, Electronics Technology, Graphic Design, Multimedia & Web Design, Network Systems, PC Support and Word Processing, and Cybersecurity. Specialization opportunities vary depending upon the location of the academy. All students applying to these programs must meet the following eligibility criteria: 2.5 GPA.

  • AP Computer Science

  • IT Fundamentals

  • My Career Shines

  • Digital Media

    The Digital Media program is designed to provide practical experiences in both graphic/digital design and photography. Students become proficient in, and refine, their use of concepts, terminology, techniques, and applications of digital imaging to create original work. Students produce digital still and/or animated images through the single or combined use of computers, digital cameras, digital video cameras, scanners, photo editing software, drawing and painting software, graphic tablets, printers, new media, and emerging technologies. Students' increasingly independent approach to their work promotes risk-taking in the completion of conceptually based, self-directed work. All students applying to these programs must meet the following eligibility criteria: 2.0 GPA and an eligible audition score.

  • Multimedia Communications

  • Digital Media/Multimedia

  • Television and Film Production Technology

    The Television and Film Production Technology program is dedicated to providing quality education in the organization and dissemination of ideas through television and film production. Students are taught in professional broadcast studios with high quality equipment. Students benefit by the use of recording studios, remote cameras, video recorders, video switching and editing equipment, and comprehensive computer graphics to complete academic and extracurricular projects. Students are prepared to function as members of a technical team by participating in activities that simulate the conditions found in television and production studios as well as on–location events.

    *Available only for students residing in the attendance boundary for this school.

  • Television Production

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