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HOSA – Future Health Professionals

Advisors: Delia Rapp

The purpose of the HOSA organization is to develop leadership and technical HOSA skill competencies through a program of motivation, awareness, and recognition, which is an integral part of the health science education instructional program. The mission of HOSA is to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill, and leadership development of all health science education students, therefore, helping the student meet the needs of the health care community. Learn more by visiting the HOSA and Arizona HOSA websites.


Advisors: Mike Jackson, Brenda Jackson, Kirk Gebicke

The motto of SkillsUSA is preparing leaders in the world of work. We have local, state, and national competitions where students demonstrate skills learned in vocational classes. At our school, we have welding, fire science, law enforcement, culinary arts, and graphic/web design.

Students are required to complete specific proficiencies in their Education Career Action Plan (ECAP) in order to meet graduation requirements. Students have time to complete the requirements during their advisory class and when the counselors meet with them. For more information on ECAPs, please visit the website. The student electronic portfolios can be located at

The dual enrollment program is a joint partnership with Mohave Community College and Colorado River Union High School District, in which students are able to take college level courses on a high school campus for both college and high school credit. The fees for tuition are waived and credits are transferable to Arizona colleges. Students must complete a MCC dual enrollment application and take the COMPASS test. To access the application, please visit

The concurrent enrollment program is a partnership with JTED/WAVE local community colleges and high schools. In pursuing specialized work certificates and training, the students are able to graduate with marketable workforce skills and better preparation for college. Many of the students are able to accumulate community college credit hours, giving them a jump start on their four-year degrees.

For more information on programs offered through JTED/WAVE, please visitwww.wave/

We offer "gifted" programs to help give students with superior intellect or advanced learning ability a chance to receive special instruction in an effort to help them reach their highest potential. Parents, legal guardians, students, and teachers may request information regarding referral, screening, selection, and placement from the Exceptional Student Programs/Special Services office at 928-768-2300 Colorado River Union High School District #2 will, with the parent's/guardian's written permission, periodically provide the opportunity for students to be tested to determine eligibility for such programming. We will provide parents/guardians written notification of their student's ability to qualify within a reasonable amount of time after testing.

The purpose of our Honors Program is to encourage students to follow an academic program that will challenge their abilities, give them a feeling of accomplishment, and reward their success. We offer honors courses at various levels of the core curriculum. We identify our honors courses through the school curriculum guide (available in the guidance office).