Lahainaluna HOSA students advance to state contest
LAHAINA – On Dec. 3, Lahainaluna High School students travelled to Baldwin High School to compete in the annual District Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) competition.
Thirty-nine students earned qualifying scores to compete in the Hawaii Career and Technical Student Organization Convention on Feb. 26-27, 2019 at the Hawaii Convention Center on Oahu representing the Lahainaluna HOSA delegation.
Students will compete in their respective medical and leadership events in hopes of earning a top three spot in the state.
State winners will earn an opportunity to compete at the International Leadership Conference this summer in Orlando, Florida against the world’s most competitive students preparing for a career in healthcare.
Good luck to the following students who will compete at the Hawaii Career and Technical Student Organization Convention:
CERT Team – Kahealani Garcia and Shaden Flores;
Dental Terminology – Jacqueline Nguyen and Maxene Rivera;
Extemporaneous Health Poster – Chelsea Adovas, Laieikawai Tancayo and Anysis Fuentes;
Forensic Science Team – Aubrey Gando and Marichris Guerrero;
Health Career Display Team B – Theresa Cabading and Frenze Malaluan;
Health Career Display Team A – Anjanette Aveno and Jasmin Fujita;
Healthy Lifestyle – Grace Takemoto;
Human Growth and Development – Caitlin Baclay and Aliyah Azcueta;
Job Seeking Skills – Jean Ganoy;
Medical Law and Ethics – Jae Anne Cailao, David Advincula and Malia Paulino;
Medical Math – Shanel Mangaoang;
Medical Terminology – Leilani Esperanza and Zaide Lopez;
Nursing Assisting – Samantha Calma, Jaela Naha, Khyle Simon, Asiale McKenzie and Kalolaine Pasikala;
Pathophysiology – Kokoro Yamazaki and Kameleonalani Detweiler;
Pharmacology – Abigail Akamine;
Physical Therapy – Trinity Belmont and Hailey Killett;
Sports Medicine – Ihilani Garcia, Megan Fujita and Sydney McCarney;
Veterinary Science – Kaila Wilkinson.