Congratulations to all of the Health Science Academy students who participated in the NJ STATE HOSA Competition. First place winners are eligible to compete at the National Leadership Conference in Nashville, Tennessee on June 22-25, 2016. Best of luck!

Competitive Event Winners
Biomedical Debate - Team Event
5th Place - Simran Buddhadev of East Windsor, Anusha Rangu of East Windsor, Ramya Yamarthy of East Windsor

Clinical Nursing
3rd Place - Rhea Rajesh of Robbinsville

CPR Team Event
1st Place - Angeli Sharma of East Windsor and Rohan Sharma of East Windsor

Extemporaneous Health Poster
2nd Place - Ina Patricia Perez of East Windsor

Health Career Display
2nd Place - Katha Patel of East Windsor & Christina Tallone of Hamilton

Healthy Lifestyle
2nd Place - Aparna Naik of Pennington
Job Seeking Skills
3rd Place - Sri Lahari Kunchapu of Plainsboro

Medical Math
3rd Place - Smriti Moorjani of Plainsboro

Medical Spelling
3rd Place - Jessica Mukhija of East Windsor

Nursing Assisting
1st Place - Patrick Rossidivito of Mercerville

Researched Persuasive Speaking
5th Place - Daniella Ramiro of Robbinsville

Sports Medicine
4th Place - Jay Bhargav of Princeton

Transcultural Healthcare Knowledge Test
3rd Place - Hinal Shah of East Windsor

Special Recognition
The following students who were elected as HOSA STATE OFFICERS for the 2016-2017 school year!
  • SRI LAHARI KUNCHAPU of Plainsboro - Southern Regional Vice President
  • SMRITI MOORJANI of Plainsboro - Historian
  • ALEXANDREA ZABURSKI of Hamilton - Parliamentarian

Congratulations to SMRITI MOORJANI of Plainsboro, ANGELI SHARMA of East Windsor and APARNA NAIK  of Pennington for receiving THE BARBARA JAMES SERVICE AWARD. 

APARNA NAIK of Pennington received a $1200 State HOSA Scholarship.

Post-Secondary and Collegiate Vice President (Rutgers University) and Health Science Academy Class of 2014 graduate SHAWNEE CHAUDHURY also received a $500 State HOSA Scholarship.

SMRITI MOORJANI of Plainsboro was recognized as the 2016 Outstanding HOSA State Leader.