Health Pathway Students Compete in State HOSA Competition

March 13, 2018

Health & Bioscience Pathway CTSO

Students who are competing at State HOSA CompetitionQuinn Horstmann and Abreyahna Dunlap, Hughes STEM students, qualified for the State HOSA competitions in Medical Terminology and Healthy Lifestyle based upon their performance at the regional competition held at Butler Tech on Feburary 24th 2018. 

HOSA-Future Health Professionals, is a national career and technical student organization endorsed by the U.S. Department of Education. HOSA currently offers 58 competitive events, ranging from skill-based to leadership and team-based. Members compete at the regional, state, and national levels. Those who place in the top three positions at the regional level are given the opportunity to compete at the state level, the top three positions at the state level are given the opportunity to compete at the national level.

Seven Other Hughes STEM High School students (Amari Rogers, Tamia Perkins, Nakyia Lummus, Shamiah Brown, Dashanda Williams, Kaiyah Hill and Khamicole Jones-Kemp will be participating in the Healthcare Issues Exam which is a competition that takes place at the State Level and encourages HOSA members to investigate, analyze and apply their knowledge of current health related issues

The state competitions will be held in Columbus April 10-11.

Their Career Tech teacher Sharon Bachman and partners from the UC College of Nursing have been preparing the students for the competitions.