HSA students gathered on Tuesday, March 1st to celebrate their hard work and achievements.
The program is designed to increase the number of underrepresented minorities pursing careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math.
HSA sophomores were also treated to a campus tour and given insight into the many scientific majors available to them as they plan for college.
Few students are busier than those enrolled in medical school, but the members of LMSA's UCLA/Drew Chapter are still finding the time to make HSA's Cal-HOSA students a priority.
Students got a head start on holiday fun with a week of activities and events that began on December 13th.
On Friday, November 5th, the staff and students of HSA were honored to welcome Herb K. Schultz and Eric Alborg, HHS Regional Outreach specialist, to visit our campus.
Members of the school's Associated Student Body (ASB) organized the November 19th event, the theme of which was "Turn't up with the wolves!"
Members of UCLA's Interaxon Group spent five days exposing our students to the world of neuroscience.
MESA is a nationally recognized academic outreach program that specializes in math, science, and engineering.