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International Leadership Conference Results

We are proud to announce the following results for Louisiana High School competitors:

Medical Spelling:  2nd Place - Calvin Alexander from Caddo Parish Magnet High School

HOSA Bowl:  12th Place - Baton Rouge Magnet High School

Anatomage Anatomy & Physiology Tournament:  1st Place and 3rd Place

Both teams are from Baton Rouge Magnet High School, and competed with more than 170 teams!

ATC Biology:  10th place - Yehjune Moon from  Baton Rouge Magnet High School


Taylor Science & Technology Academy was recognized for 100+ hours or $100+ towards the HOSA Service Project of Be The Match

Baton Rouge Magnet High School was recognized as receiving the Barbara James Service Award for 102 Hours of Community Service

Fontainebleau High School & Baton Rouge Magnet High School were both recognized for achieving the

HOSA Happenings Award

Ms. Rebecca Pierce, chapter advisor for St. Scholastica Academy, was recognized as the Louisiana  Outstanding Chapter Advisor

Catherine Blondiau, State President for 2021-2022 was recognized as the Outstanding HOSA Leader from Louisiana 

What a great year for Louisiana at ILC!


We are proud to announce that Anita Zahiri, Louisiana HOSA member at Ben Franklin High School, has received a scholarship from HOSA-Future Health Professionals.  This is in addition to the scholarship she received from Louisiana HOSA.  Well done and well deserved, Anita!!



We wish to congratulate Anita Zahiri, HOSA member and chapter officer at Ben Franklin High School, who was chosen as the state

High School Student of the Year!

Students compete with their peers at the school system level and may advance to the regional competitions. Students are selected based on academic achievement, leadership skills, character, and service to their schools and communities. Regional selection committees also use electronic portfolios of accomplishments, along with student writing samples and interviews to assess the communication and critical thinking skills of each candidate.

Prior to selecting the three state winners, the state selection committee will conduct interviews and review portfolios and writing samples from each finalist.


Congratulations LA HOSA Students!

2022 LA HOSA Scholarships Awarded:


LA HOSA Shirley Solis Memorial Scholarship

Catherine Bondiau

Belle Chasse High School

Anita Zahiri

Ben Franklin High School


Gabe Hoosier

Buckeye High School

Best of luck to you as you graduate and

embark on your education and career path!

Click below to read news from the International Executive Officers!

Marksville High School HOSA Week 

Poster Making Contest and Blood Pressure Drive

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2nd Annual LA HOSA - Anatomage

Anatomy & Physiology


Winners of the High School Tournament

44 teams from all over Louisiana did fantastic in

this fierce competition!

Congratulations to:   

      1st Place: Team "Thoracic Park" from Buckeye High School

                  Gabe H., Celise C., Emily R. 


       2nd Place: Team "mKat" from Baton Rouge Magnet High School

                  Yausi L., June M., Keanna L., Nithya J., Farzeen W.


       3rd Place: Team "Dr. Li and the ICU Bandits" from Baton Rouge Magnet High School

                   Sarah L., Nancy S., Kalina N., Cierra W., Jason L. 


Other teams in the top twelve (in no particular order)


                                  Buckeye High School - "The Uvulas"                  St. Paul's School - "Carter's Crew"

                                  Byrd High School - "Byrd Anatomy Team 1"        Northwood High School - FAME Falcons

                                  St. Paul's School - "Dominic's Gang"                  Buckeye High School - America's Got Talus"

                                  St. Paul'sSchool - "Conner's Gang"                Buckeye High School - "Gastrocnemesis"

                                  Louisiana School For Math, Science, & The Arts - "LSMSA   

To all who participated:  Well done!!

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A great trip to the Washington Leadership Academy!


Baton Rouge Magnet High School

We see you have been busy!

BRMHS held tryouts by giving a test in order to be on one of their Anatomage Tournament teams!

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BRMHS participated in the LSU Saturday Science Lecture Series: Physics in Sports by Dr. David Young

BRMHS had sign-ups to volunteer for the next month at TheTotal Rehab Center of Baton Rouge

LA HOSA Future Nurses Camp - A Great Success!

Last summer, LA HOSA held its first Future Nurses Camp in partnership with LSU-Alexandria (LSUA).  Students participated in a full week of learning nursing skills, along with leadership, professionalism, and different specialties in nursing.  By the end of the week, the students were certain of the path for their future.  These students are much better prepared to enter nursing school!

A big Thank You to LSUA and the staff, along with the many others who shared with the students to help them have a better understanding of the field of nursing.

This summer LSUA will host the second annual Future Nurses Program

Baton Rouge area will have a Future Nurses Program held at Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University (FranU).  

Be on the look-out next summer for an LA HOSA Camp near you! 

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Does Your Chapter Need to Earn Some Money?

Check Out Right Response!

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Great Job!  

Keep learning about

Health Careers.

Ben Franklin High School HOSA went virtual during

HOSA Week!

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 Newly Achieved Guardian Chapters for 2021 - 2022:

Congratulations to:

St. Scholastica Academy

Lafayette High School

David Thibodaux Stem Magnet Academy

Carroll High School

Berwick High School

Belle Chasse High School

Ben Franklin High School

Pope John Paul II High School

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Chapters can earn the unique distinction of becoming a “Guardian Chapter” – guarding Louisiana HOSA’s commitment to our core values of Learning, Leadership, Service, and Innovation while striving to make sure that our organization continues into the future shining brighter than ever before!

The “Guardian Chapter” designation is granted to local chapters who meet or exceed their membership numbers from the previous academic year.

Your chapter can earn it this year!

Louisiana's First 

Guardian Chapters in Louisiana, earned last year:

Pope John Paul II High School

Ben Franklin High School

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Time to get those HOSA Cup

        Points turned in!!


Learn How Your Chapter Can Earn

The HOSA Cup!

Want to keep track of points for your chapter?  Download the form!

Each Year One School Earns This Traveling Trophy Which Is Awarded At The State Leadership Conference.

Do you have a pointkeeper in your chapter?

HOSA Week: November 7-13, 2021

If your chapter prefers to celebrate HOSA week during another week that is in better alignment with other school activities, that is great!  The importance of HOSA week is the recognition of others.

HOSA has designated one week annually to encourage its members to give back

to their communities through activities, presentations, and recognition and to

give thanks to the value, accomplishments and achievements of all who have

made the health profession a better place to work.

HOSA week activities are designed to provide school or community service,

promote opportunities and show appreciation to the health community. 


          For HOSA Week ideas,  Click here!

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2021-2022 National Service Project

You + Be The Match = A

Life-saving Team!







Former Louisiana HOSA member becomes a life-saver!  


Be The Match is thrilled to partner with HOSA-Future Health Professionals and dedicated members like you!  

 Start by learning all about Be The Match, so you are 100% prepared to SAVE LIVES! 

By going to the website below you will quickly learn there are several ways to work with Be The Match:


  • Recruiting people to join the Be The Match Registry®;

  • Using the materials to educate others through the competitive events program (Health Education, etc.);

  • Set up a table at your school and in the community to sign up more people to the registry

  • Help people sign up and swab to become a donor; 

  • Collect Donations;

  • Much more!     

  QUICK TIP!     

5 friends x $20 = $100
Every $100 = 1 potential donor to the Be The Match Registry

YOU are helping to grow the registry, provide grants to patient families, and fund research to make transplants safer and more available to all patients.

     Let’s start saving lives—together! 

  Questions? Contact HOSA@nmdp.org for help getting started.

YOU have the power to save lives.




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