Congratulations to the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) students who placed at the HOSA State Leadership These students have also qualified for the HOSA International Leadership Conference this summer in Nashville Tennessee (June 21-26).
HOSA is a Career Technical Student Organization (CTSO) that promotes student leadership, community service, and hands-on technical experience in various healthcare-related fields. This student organization is an important tool that supports and promotes the Biomedical/ health science curriculum at Capital High School.
Students who join HOSA can compete in over 55 different healthcare-related events. During the State Leadership Conference (SLC) the first weekend in March students competed in their chosen events going head to head with other HOSA chapters from across the state. This competition is similar to the state competitions held in athletics.
For more information about HOSA or the International leadership Conference this summer please visit https://hosa.org/
3rd Place - Perla Juarez, Zitlaly Gutierrez, Pete Velarde, Esmeralda Jasso
Finalist - Ashley Montellano, Ashley Rios, Alexandra Lozoya
Finalist - Magaly Araiza & Aylin Rios
Finalist - Janessa Montoya
2nd Place - Damian Almeida Baray
EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN:
1st Place - Pete Velarde & Zitlaly Gutierrez
1st Place - Itzel Loo
3rd Place - Brian Avalos, Troy Deanda, Damian Almeida Baray, Jordyn Velasquez
3rd Place - Ashley Armenta
Finalist - Ayanna Martinez
Finalist - Deisy Olivas
1st Place - Carlos Mendoza
2nd Place - Yamilenia Diaz
Finalist - Amy Segura
Finalist - Jordyn Velasquez
1st Place - Jamileth Monge, Camilla Torres, Angelica Gonzales
Finalist - Edwin Aranda
3rd Place - Brianna Montoya
Finalist - Esmeralda Jasso
Additional Congratulations to all the HOSA members for being recognized with Silver Distinction for their overall work and chapter success. HOSA members were also recognized for collecting the most soda tabs and received the State Community Service Award for their efforts.