Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School’s Advanced Placement (AP) Biology class traveled to Atlanta to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention. The students, along with their teacher Mrs. Mary Kathryn O’Connor, toured the David J. Sencer CDC Museum. This educational facility is designed to teach about the CDC, public health, and the benefits of prevention. Montgomery Catholic AP Biology students are preparing to take the AP exam in May.
Pictured: Montgomery Catholic AP Biology students outside of the US Department of Heath and Human Services’ Center for Disease Control building in Atlanta, GA, Ben Stevens, Ned Vaughan, Miller Clemmons, Jacob McAlpine, Tyler Parrish, Aidan Gilbert, Matt Donohue, Elizabeth Karst, Wheeler Ronan, Hayden Ellis, Daniella Hincapie, Barbara Bradley, Lexie Segrest, and Forrest Phillips.