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HOSA to State

Our PHS HOSA students completed their 2 day regional competition on Friday and produced record results. We had 42 students finish in the top 3 of their events, which secured their spot in the state competition. Our students competed in a total of 25 events and took home 1st place in 16 of them!


Dental Terminology
Fairchild Davis (1st)
Amelia Filipczak (2nd)

Medical Math

Riley Laggan (1st)

Dina Razek (2nd)

Medical Terminology
Grace Kimbrel (1st)

Medical Spelling
Paul Miron (3rd)

Behavioral Health

Juhi Patel (5th)

Emily Johnson (3rd)

Human Growth and Development

Jordan Stein (1st)

Heidi Vega (2nd)

Medical Law and Ethics
Sami Humeda (1st)


Lucy Hu (1st)


Brett Winter (3rd)

Nick Guadagnoli (2nd)


Chiara Estrada (2nd)

Aizad Rana (1st)

Biomedical Laboratory Science
Tyra Williams (1st)

Clinical Nursing
Lindsay Knapp (3rd)

Brennan Dampier (1st)

Extemporaneous Health Poster
Micah Grandison (4th)

Job Seeking Skills
Jasmine Brinson (1st)

Medical Photography

Areej Sukhera (2nd)

Researched Persuasive Speaking
Aaliyah Grice (4th)

Health Education
Essence Thomas, Keyana Smith (1st)

Forensic Medicine
Jacob Ferris and Lily Savage (1st)
Kaitlyn Hunt and Gigi Miron (4th)

Healthcare Issues Exam
Cara Kizilbash (1st)
Adrianna Manjon (2nd)
Grace Kimbrell (3rd)

Biomedical Debate
Nicholas Skoufis, Mehul Kapur,

Adriana Manjon , Lillian Petsinger (2nd)

Cara Kizilbash, Kyle Kizilbash,

Matisse Gilson, Ami Patel (1st)

Public Service Announcement
Claire Litvak, Sam Laggan,

Kira Tully,   Hima Humeda (2nd)

Medical Innovation
Mimi Sherrill and Dania Kalaji (1st)

Health Career Display
Rachel Lee and Renee Henderson (1st)
Cassidy Tehrani and Ally Phillips (3rd)


Maurio O'Bryan Andrews Scholarship

Maurio O’Bryan Andrews was a 2002 Pensacola High School graduate of the International Baccalaureate program.  Maurio was recognized early in life as a gifted and talented student.  He was identified in elementary school by Duke University for their Talented Individual program.  He continued to excel academically as a member of the Program for Academically Talented Students (PATS) program.

While in high school, Maurio maintained a perfect un-weighted 4.0-grade point average and received numerous academic and athletic honors.  Maurio accomplishments are as follows: Homecoming King, Most Intellectual, Captain of the varsity basketball team, member of the Black Brain Bowl team, and Boy Scouts of America.

Maurio received several academic scholarship offers during his senior year in high school.  He chose to attend the University of Florida in Gainesville. Florida.  Maurio graduated from UF in 2006 with dual degrees in Cell Science and Microbiology.  While in college, Maurio also became a member of the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity.  After graduation, he was employed by WuXi AppTech as a Sterility Supervisor in Atlanta, Georgia,

In memory of Maurio's exemplary life, a scholarship has been established to be presented to a Pensacola High School graduating student on April 17, 2018 at 6:00 p.m.  at the Senior Honors Assembly that best epitomize the academic achievement, humanitarian qualities, and outstanding traits of Maurio O’Bryan Andrews.

Applications will be available in the guidance office February 5th until March 5th with a submission deadline on March 10th.  All applications are to be returned to the main office.

Scholarship Donations

Make donations payable to Pensacola High School in the name of “Maurio O’Bryan Andrews Scholarship Fund” by mail to Principal David M. Williams, 500 West Maxwell Street, Pensacola, FL 32501.  

Contact Principal David M. Williams at 850-595-1500 ext. 225 for further information or questions.



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