Tuesday December 1st, 2020 5:54AM

Hall County students honored at HOSA International Conference

By AccessWDUN Staff

Six Hall County students were honored recently at the first-ever virtual International Leadership Conference for HOSA (Future Health Professionals). 

The conference was held in Dallas, Texas and students and teachers were able to attend via the Internet. 

The Hall County School District is proud to recognize the following students for their accomplishments and awards:

  • Caleb Franklin, West Hall High School, 1st Place, Interviewing Skills
  • Pratham Adajania, West Hall High School, F.A. Davis Publisher’s Scholarship Award
  • Brittany Colee, West Hall High School, Gold Level, Barbara James Service Award
  • Caleb Franklin, West Hall High School, Gold Level, Barbara James Service Award
  • Sophia Le , Flowery Branch High School, Silver Level, Barbara James Service Award
  • Arsha Moorthy, Flowery Branch High School, Bronze Level, Barbara James Service Award
  • Associated Categories: Local/State News, Submitted News
  • Associated Tags: HOSA, Hall County School District , healthcare industry , healthcare education
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