Ursuline High School Enhances Its Curriculum

YOUNGSTOWN – Ursuline High School is the only area school to have an Anatomage Table, says Carolyn Korenic, director of alumni and advancement. 

The table is the most technologically advanced 3D visualization system for anatomy and physiology education, she explains. The $75,000 investment was made possible through the 2019 graduating class, Patricia and James Dunlea, Frank and Pearl E. Gelbman Charitable Foundation, Home Savings Charitable Foundation, Robert K. Hendricks, UHS Student Council and Dr. John C. Vitullo. 

Last year, the gymnasium lobby was renovated and exterior doors with enhanced security features were installed. 

Curriculum enhancements include the Merici Med Prep Program. Named for the founder of the Ursuline order, St. Angela Merici, it provides students interested in health-care professions with experiences designed to increase awareness of the various medical career paths. 

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