Where can I get additional information about The Practical Nursing program?
Click on left navigation button for "Nursing Brochure" or "Application Instructions."
The application deadline for the 2013-14 program was March 15, 2013.
For more information contact Mrs. Tammy Dean, program director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students please download the Practical Nursing I, II & III curriculum documents by clicking on the left navigation under Curriculum & Resources.
Fulfill your dreams of nursing! High School Seniors must apply their Junior year for their Senior year and can have a professional career only 9 months after graduation; adults can complete the program in 18 months (2- 9 month periods).
The pre-clinical year (first 9 months) is classroom and nursing skills lab work only. All students attend classes 2 1/2 hours per day. High school seniors earn 3 credits for successful completion and also satisfy a sequential elective requirement.
The clinical year (second 9 months) combines class work and clinical application in hospitals, nursing homes and physician's offices throughout Prince William County. It requires 7-8 hours per day the entire 9 months. Upon completion of the nursing program, your diploma allows you to take the National Certification Exam for Licensed Practical Nurses.
Our program has one of the highest Nursing Board pass-rates in Northern Virginia for LPNs.
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