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Sussex Countian
  • Four Sussex Tech Health students win National HOSA Medals

  • Four Sussex Technical High School students placed in the Top Ten in their event at the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) Nationals in Nashville, Tenn., held June 25-30.
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  • Four Sussex Technical High School students placed in the Top Ten in their event at the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) Nationals in Nashville, Tenn., held June 25-30.
    Christopher Clifton, 2013 graduate, competed against more than 80 high school students and placed first in the category of job seeking skills. This was Sussex Tech's first gold medalist at HOSA Nationals.
    Incoming senior Bansri Patel competed against more than 80 other high school students from across the nation in medical terminology and placed fifth in the category.
    Incoming juniors Hiten Patel and Thomas (T.J.) Pinto, along with more than 80 other high school students, competed in the event of dental science. Pinto earned sixth place and Hiten earned seventh place in this category.
    Other students who participated in the HOSA Nationals were Henson Destine, job seeking skills; Elyse Rubino, community awareness; Chelsea LeCates, medical terminology; Rachel Mayhorn and Lindsay Hetrick, CPR/First Aid; Hailey Amendt, health education; Yazmin Rodriguez-Chino, community awareness; Krystie Collins, dental science; Megan Parkhurst, health education; Zoe Callaway, community awareness; Caitlin Cook, physical therapy; Yessica Rodriguez-Chino, community awareness.
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