Oakcrest High School held its second annual Biomedical Laboratory Coat Ceremony at the school Nov. 2.

The event honors students in the Biomedical Magnet Program, signifying their successful completion of the first two years of the course.

Thirty-eight juniors were honored at the event, as each one was presented with a white laboratory coat by the senior biomedical students. Dr. Robert Beach, retired laboratory and cancer program medical director at Shore Medical Center gave the opening presentation welcome.

Biomedical teachers Kristine Demark and Tiffany O'Connor conducted the event with parents and guests attending. See oakcrest.net for more information about magnet programs available.

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