HOSA Competition
College and Career Academy Healthcare Science students compete at state
Posted on 03/07/2014
student competitors

Nine Healthcare Science students from Floyd County Schools College and Career Academy have qualified for the Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) state competition currently underway in Athens, GA.  The competition started yesterday and will run through Saturday at the University of Georgia Conference Center. 

Students competing are: Jamilljah Dammond, a junior at Model High competing in Medical Law and Ethics; Allie Early, a junior at Model High, in Medical Reading; Austin Fednander, a junior at Pepperell High, in Medical Math; Katelyn Flemister, a junior at Coosa High, in Medical Spelling; Layton Hayes, a senior at Coosa High, in Medical Terminology; Thor Martin, a junior at Model High, in Medical Terminology; Nathan Meadows, a junior at Coosa High, in Medical Law and Ethics; Joanna Mullenax, a senior at Coosa High, in Medical Spelling; and, Halle Hanks, a junior at Pepperell High in  Extemporaneous Healthcare Poster.


To qualifying for the state competition, students were required to place in the top 10 percent of exam scores compiled across the Northwest Georgia region in a variety of health-related categories.  

Pictured: Joanna Mullenax and Layton Hayes, seniors at Coosa High.