Health Science

  • The following students competed at Regionals and have the opportunity to advance to state: 

    1st Place Health Education: 

    Caroline Amentler, Brianna Berthod-Perez, Elizabeth Mendiola 


    1st Place - Public Service Announcement 

    Angel Figueroa, Kenny Le, Manuel Valleceillo 


    1st Place Life Support Skills 

    Alliyah Moye, Claudia Johnson 


    2nd Place Behavioral Health 

    Kaitlyn Luttrell 


    2nd Place Health Career Display 

    Kloey Bradley, Ava Brown 


    2nd Place Researched Persuasive Writing & Speaking 

    Sierra Brooks 


    2nd Place Home Health Aide 

    Jamie Dees 


    3rd Place Home Health Aide 

    Mya Moore 


    3rd Place Medical Assistant 

    Savanna Windrow 


    Other students placing were: 

    Ben Elliott -4th Place Sports Medicine 

    Amya Jones - 5ath Place Sports Medicine 

    Jasmine Thurston -4th Place Nursing Assistant 

    Kelly Wong - 5th Place Medical Terminology 

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  • Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) is a student organization whose mission is to promote career opportunities in health care and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people.

    Participation in HOSA assists students with the development of leadership and teamwork skills.

    Participation in HOSA includes attending leadership conferences and competing with other students at the district, state, and National levels.

    For more information, contact Mr. Brian Quinn, Health Science Teacher

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  • Instructors

    Nancy Barger

    Health Science Teacher- Nursing  

    (850) 806-7950

    Email Ms. Barger  


    Ashley Farrow

    Health Science Teacher- Sports Medicine

    (850) 806-7938

    Email Ms. Farrow



    The district health science programs are a four-year major area of interest. Each program focuses on high skill, high wage, and high demand careers. Participating students receive related industry certifications and participate in clinical opportunities. Upon program completion, students can pursue employment opportunities or a post-secondary education. At Booker T. Washington High School, this academy has two tracks: Nursing or Sports Medicine.


    Course 1 - Medical Skills and Services

    Course 2 - Health Science A&P

    Course 3 - Health Science Foundations

    Course 4 - Allied Health Assist./Directed Study