February 16, 2022
A school-record 12 Dripping Springs High School health science students advanced to the Texas HOSA State Leadership Conference after placing among the top three competitors or in the top 10 percent of their respective events at the Texas Area 1 Spring Leadership Conference in San Antonio.
Dripping Springs had three students win their event with Rosalyn Brysch (Biomedical Laboratory Science), Jasmine Zogaib (Prepared Speaking), and Alyssa Stradling (Medical Reading) taking first place. Arysta Visser (Pharmacy Science), Rylea Bernhard (Research Poster), Bailey Inglish (Medical Reading), and Connor Johnson (Health Informatics) claimed second-place finishes. Earning third-place honors were Kareena Edwards (Healthy Lifestyles) and Teresa Brod (Medical Reading). Priya Chandrani, Yasmeen Saba, and Isabella Villanueva advanced to the state competition by placing in the top 10 percent of students on the Healthcare Issues exam.
HOSA is an international student organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Health Science Education (HSE) Division of the Association of Career and Technical Education (ACTE). HOSA's two-fold mission is to promote career opportunities in the health care industry and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people.
The Texas HOSA State Leadership Conference will be held Apr. 19-22 in Galveston.
Biomedical Laboratory Science
Rosalyn Brysch - 1st place
Connor Johnson - 2nd place
Healthcare Issues Exam (Top 10%)
Karenna Edwards - 3rd place
Alyssa Stradling - 1st place
Bailey Inglish - 2nd place (tie)
Teresa Brod - 2nd place (tie)
Arysta Visser - 2nd place
Jasmine Zogaib - 1st place
Rylea Bernhard - 2nd place