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  • Dallas Campus Is NAHP's "2009 School of the Year"

    Remington College - Dallas Campus is proud to announce its recent recognition by the National Association for Health Professionals (NAHP) as '2009 School of the Year.'

    NAHP Executive Director Jan Schilling presented the award to Dallas Campus President Skip Walls at the Campus's graduation ceremony on February 11, 2010.

    The NAHP provides certification testing and credentialing for more than 800 U.S. career colleges and schools. The "School of the Year" award is given annually to the career school whose students have consistently exceeded the national average on test scores for the National Registered Certified Medical Assistant Exam.

    The award includes a trophy, a banner, and a $500 scholarship certificate to be used as the school chooses. "Our Allied Health Department Chair Karen Jackson and her entire faculty deserve immense praise for jobs well done in preparing our Medical Assisting students for certification and successful careers in allied health," said Mr. Walls.

    NAHP Chief Executive Officer Connie Wright echoed that sentiment. "We appreciate Karen's commitment and that of the entire teaching staff to provide quality education," Ms. Wright stated.

    Ms. Jackson added, "I'd like to recognize Dr. Hooshiyar Ahmadi, Anne Caldwell, James Dickerson, and Dr. Csilla Molnar as key contributors.

    These instructors teach the classes that help our students prepare for the exam, and they've been instrumental in raising our test scores. We could not have won this award without all of their help."

    For more information on the NAHP, visit http://nahpusa.com/.