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JC HOSA Students Earn Several Awards


Prior to Spring Break, James Clemens High School HOSA future health professionals Charter had outstanding results from the State Leadership Conference.
Health Science Teacher and HOSA Co-Adviser Ashley Steinert shared the following:

"First of all, we had 45 students to compete, which was the most competitors from any school within the state of Alabama!  Secondly, we had 30 students place in the top 6 in their competitive events, and 22 students within the top 3!  This is a huge accomplishment and a true testament to our students hard work and dedication to HOSA future health professionals!
Here are the results:
Siya Patel 6th Place in Behavioral Health
Nirban Bajaj, Chris Lobo, & Alex Kulkarni 1st Place in Creative Problem Solving
Sahithi Mynampally, Claire Jeong, & Disha Patel 4th Place in Creative Problem Solving
Carter Gjesvold 1st PLace in Cultural Diversity & Disparities in Healthcare
Katie Berger 3rd Place in Cultural Diversity & Disparities in Healthcare
Jace Yamaguchi 3rd Place in Dental Science
Emmy Harrison & Kaela Cronan 3rd Place in Emergency Medical Technician
Aasim Musani 1st Place in Epidemiology
Renee Drayton 3rd Place in Epidemiology
Matthew Ponder 1st Place in Healthy Living
Sahishnu Saha 2nd Place in Human Growth & Development
Bhavya Chalasani 1st Place in Medical Law & Ethics
Ria Baddam 5th Place in Medical Law & Ethics
Neyan Sezhian 1st Place in Medical Math
Saahil Shaik 2nd Place in Medical Math
Ana Lara 4th Place in Medical Math
Manasa Vadapalli 1st Place in Medical Terminology
Oviya Gowder 2nd Place in Medical Terminology
Amna Minhas 4th Place in Medical Terminology
Angela Ai 1st Place in Nutrition
Riya Naphade 3rd Place in Nutrition
Abdullah Shaikh 4th Place in Nutrition
Carlin Chacko 3rd Place in Pathophysiology
Jayda Yamaguchi 2nd Place in Physical Therapy
Chloe Wells 2nd Place in Veterinary Science.

If you see any  of these students, please congratulate them on their outstanding accomplishment."