Esperanza HOSA students have successful showing at CA State Leadership Conference

Esperanza HOSA at conference.

The Esperanza High School (EHS) Medical Sciences Academy Health Occupational Students of America (HOSA) Chapter successfully competed at the California State Leadership Conference April 5-8.  This year, EHS took 38 HOSA students to the Anaheim Convention Center, where there were 3,500 attendees from 140 schools, excited to compete in medically related events.  All of Esperanza’s students moved on to round two for all events they competed in.

State finalists included:

Maddy Galvin- Bronze Medal in Medical Math
Priya Patel, Ayesha Shah, Claire Lee and Marianne Hanouneh- 4th place finalist in Community Awareness
Maddy Galvin, Emilee Carr, Angel Castro and Dakota Becerra- 5th place finalist in Biomedical Debate

Maddy Galvin (bronze medalist) will be competing at the International Leadership Conference (ILC), which will be held in Dallas, Texas June 27-30, 2018. There will be over 10,000 attendees at ILC from every state to compete in over 50 medical related events. Congratulations to all!

Esperanza HOSA at conference.

Esperanza Medical Sciences Academy teacher, Valerie Easton, with student and conference finalist, Maddy Galvin, 12.

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