Nathan Hale High School's Restaurant, Lodging & Health Management Magnet program provides students with the essential knowledge and skills for building a career in the food service, hotel and restaurant management, and health and dietetics industries.

Students receive classroom and on the job experiences as they participate in a curriculum that has been developed by the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation, the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute, leading practitioners in professional associations and institutions of higher education.

The following list of courses is the preferred curriculum for meeting graduation requirements:

  • Four Years of English

  • Four Years of Mathematics

  • Four Years of Science

  • Four Years of Social Studies

When a student achieves the required ACT score for the institution of higher education offering a course of interest, the student may select elective from post-secondary partners that lead to high school graduation and program completion.  Additional electives are sequenced, providing student the opportunity to meet the expectations for attaining Industry Certification and/or a Certificate of Completion in the Strand of Choice.

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