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Health Science Teachers

"When I think of HOSA, I think of all the times that past and present administrative personnel have asked me for grading rubrics and "performance" assessments. I didn't have to re-invent the wheel… I was able to view/print & use the various rubrics at"

Mark Elsey, M.Ed., NREMT-P
EMS Training Chief/Paramedic Instructor
Westlake High School

TEACHERS, We Make Your Job Easier By:

  1. Providing teaching resources for your classroom

  2. Joining our network of other Georgia HOSA Advisors

  3. Helping your program succeed by providing an environment of student involvement and achievement recognition


The population of healthcare science teachers involved in HOSA is more than 220 strong. So many teachers involve themselves in HOSA because of how rewarding it is to be an advisor and how much easier it makes their job as an instructor. Becoming a HOSA advisor initiates a lasting bond between student and teacher as both work toward a common chapter goal.

"...Georgia HOSA is an absolute must to give your students a sense of pride in their program and a sense of adventure in their academic studies that can seem mundane to them."      -Sandra Ukah-

Ideas and resources are constantly being shared amongst teachers, and add to the benefits of becoming a HOSA advisor. These resources have passed the test of time and effectiveness as they engage students and create a more interactive classroom. Some of these resources can be found below, while others can be discovered from the over 185 healthcare science teachers that are taking this CTSO by storm!

Chapter Management Guide

Chapter Spotlight

Save our Planet Earth- Somer Dahme Image

Save our Planet Earth- Somer Dahme

Stand Still in the green grass outside Listen to the leaves where the breeze glides Close your eyes and feel the sun Breathe for spring has just begun


NPCF: Fashion Funds the Cure Image

NPCF: Fashion Funds the Cure

Earlier this month, several Georgia HOSA volunteers assisted the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation (NPCF) with their Fashion Funds the Cure event