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HOSA 2023

Last Saturday was filled with anxiousness and nervous knees as students waited to showcase their talents at the 2023 HOSA Regional competition held at Mariner High School, which included 15 schools spanning three counties. 

HOSA – Future Health Professionals is a global student-led organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Department of Health and Human Services, and is designed for student leaders pursuing careers in the healthcare industry. Through Regional, State and International competitions, students hone their science and leadership skills. CSN had 32 students compete, and 22 place in the top five.

Congratulations to the following 14 students who will be advancing to States, which will be in Orlando April 13-16: 

Jong Redmond, who placed third in Behavioral Health ‘24
Mei Redmond who placed second in Human Growth and Development ‘24
Megan D'Souza who placed second in Medical Math ‘25
Melita D'Souza who placed second in Nutrition ‘25
Adeline Brown who placed first in Pathophysiology ‘23
Josie Byers who placed second in Biotechnology ‘25
Sari Wasserman who placed first in Dental Science ‘25
Samantha Calleja who placed third in Physical Therapy ‘26
Sarah and Sonia Patel who placed first in Medical Innovation ’24 ‘23
Naomi Galotto ‘24, Sohum Thakkar ‘24, and Felix Mader ’24 who placed first in HOSA Bowl

Also, please congratulate the following eight students who placed but are waiting to find out if they will be able to compete at States: 

Nikki Caparrelli who placed fifth in Behavioral Health ‘24
Amaya Etcheverry who placed fourth in Cultural Diversities and Disparities ‘24
Gabe Caito who placed fourth in Nutrition ‘23
Ping Redmond who placed fourth in Pathophysiology ‘24
Zachary Dahlquist who placed fifth in Pharmacology ‘24
Caroline Guerra who placed fourth in Medical Assisting ‘23
Ella Crumbley who placed fourth in Veterinary Science ‘25
Eva Bessette who placed fourth in Epidemiology ‘23

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