Six Hammond-Oliver Health Sciences Academy "Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA)" members were among the more than 3000 students from throughout Texas who participated in the HOSA State Leadership Conference in San Antonio March 27-29.
Senior Mollie VanBoskirk advanced to the National HOSA Conference, coming up in Orlando this June.
Participating students and their rankings included:
Fatima Scott - Researched Persuasive Speaking (top 20)
Mollie VanBoskirk - Pharmacology (3rd place)
Holly Smith & Matt Miller - CPR/First Aid (top 20)
Ariana Martinez & Beth Barnes - CPR/First Aid (10th place)
Congratulations to Mollie and the Hammond-Oliver HOSA competitors.
Bryan ISD’s Hammond-Oliver Health Sciences Academy allows students to graduate from high school ready for work in the rewarding and challenging field of healthcare. Students graduate prepared for careers in medicine, including nursing, pharmacy technology, nutrition, physical therapy and more.
Click here to learn more about the Hammond-Oliver Health Sciences Academy.
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