Canterbury Students Successful at HOSA Competition
Students from Canterbury’s Upper School community excelled in the Regional HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America) Competition held on January 27 at South Fort Myers High School. HOSA gives students an opportunity to study and acquire skills in more than 50 different fields related to medical science. Canterbury’s chapter was created earlier this year by Emily J. ’20.
Of the 18 Canterbury students that competed, at least 14 have advanced to the State Leadership Conference this April in Orlando.
Emily J. ’20 - Sports Medicine - First Place
Alyssa D. ’19 - Physical Therapy - First Place
Sam S. '20, Danica S. '19, Simrun V. '19 - Health Education - First Place
Jasmily S. ’20 - Pharmacology - First Place
Luke L. ’19 - Human Growth and Development - First Place
Michelle F. ’20 - Pathophysiology - Second Place
Myesha C. ’19 - Behavioral Medicine - Second Place
Caitlin M. ’18, Qiao J. ’18 - Health Career Display - Second Place
Ingrid L. ’20 - Medical Reading - Third Place
Chloe T. ’20 - Veterinary Science - Third Place
Madison F. ’20 - Transcultural Health Care - Third Place
Sebastian A. ’20 - Nutrition - Fourth Place
Jay C. ’21 - Biomedical Laboratory Science - Fifth Place