Forensics Camp "fun-Photo" at West Virginia State University.This camp is directed by Kelli Jackson.
2014-HSTA freshman students at Marshall University.
Student's learning how to perform stitches, at FWS camp.
$40 helps a student with partial ACT/SAT test,$50.00-Student travels to Capitol Day,$500.00-Sara Spencer Essay Award.No donation is used for salaries!
House Speaker Tim Miley,Braxton-Webster Outstanding Student of the Year ZoeAnn Bender,B/W FSC Debbie Burgess,Elizabeth Bender, Delegate Brent Boggs and Delegate Dana Lynch.
Dr. Ann Chester, Dr. Charline Rowland-Barnes, and Mr. T. Wayne Gatewood
HSTA seniors learning to drill holes for sandals, which are being made,in Builder Bash class 2014.
BRENT DANIEL FREDERICK, MEDICAL STUDENT AND ONE OF HSTA'S ALUMNI FROM MCDOWELL COUNTY, HAS FOUND HIS LUCKY LADY: TI’TIANA LENAE DAVIS, 28, ALTERNATIVE INVESTMENTS PRINCIPAL.
Get paid to have fun with our HSTA students, and free room and board for a week in July, Apply to be a mentor for HSTA's summer programs. Mentor applications should be received by May 15, 2015.
Each of us cares deeply about our children and their future. The Health Sciences and Technology Academy's (HSTA) vision was founded in 1994 on the faith, resilience, spirit and commitment of individuals, communities and universities throughout the state. HSTA is a 9th-12th grade math and science enrichment program built in West Virginia, by West Virginians, for West Virginians which encourages aspirations, opens doors, and empowers minority and underrepresented students and communities. This partnership brings students and teachers to campuses each summer for laboratory and classroom training and activities. The partnership then provides the infrastructure and support for community-based science projects mentored by scientists, teachers, health professionals, students and volunteer community leaders during the school year. Through HSTA, our students and alumni are building a better tomorrow by improving our education, our lifestyles, our health literacy and our communities today.
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