Several students from Ohio Hi-Point's Health Careers Academy on the Bellefontaine Main Campus advanced to the HOSA State Leadership Conference after competing in the Northwest Regional HOSA event in February.
Students competed in a variety of event categories including: Medical Law and Ethics, Medical Terminology, Human Growth and Development, Forensic Science, and Physical Therapy.
The following students advanced to the HOSA State Leadership competition taking place in March:
· Luci Ford (Graham) placed second in Medical Terminology
· Sarah Folk (Benjamin Logan) placed second in Physical Therapy
· Darlene-Maria Haines (Graham) and Marlee Kite (Graham) placed second in Forensic Science
· Leyla Johnson (Bellefontaine) and Alayna Shaeffer (Bellefontaine) placed third in Forensic Science
· Nevaeh Cabot (Benjamin Logan) placed third in Physical Therapy
· Kaylee Williams (Riverside) placed third in Speech
· Kailynn Rotroff (Benjamin Logan) and Abi Smith (Ridgemont) placed fourth in Community Awareness
· Araya Osornio (Urbana) placed fourth in Medical Terminology
· Shyayne Eaton (West Liberty-Salem), Emma Swisher (Bellefontaine) and Jonna Whetstone (Graham) placed fourth in Medical Debate
The Health Careers Academy on the Bellefontaine Main Campus is taught my Megan Lacher and Tammy Newland.