Texas high school may implement EMT program for students

By EMS1 Staff

Clyde High School is considering a program that would allow seniors to be EMT-certified upon graduation.

ABILENE, Texas — A high school is considering a program that would give its seniors the opportunity to be EMT-certified upon graduation.

KTXS reported that Clyde High School is hoping to partner with an EMS agency to create a program that would make their high school seniors ready for EMS careers as soon as they graduate.

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