HOSA SLC Was a Success!

On Tuesday, March 26th, members of the competition team flew to Sacremento with Kirsten and Mr. Lange to attend the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) Student Leadership Conference (SLC). The Conference itself was three days, but the team had the opportunity to attend the Youth Speaking up For Youth Mental Health Day a day…

NATM 2019 Scavenger Hunt

In honor of National Athletic Training Month, the sport medicine team held a team-scavenger hunt and a school-wide one as well. The purpose of the scavenger hunt was to have fun teaching peers, teachers, and administration what athletic training is about, and to give them an idea of what the sports medicine team on campus…

Ciclavia Fun!

This past Sunday, members of the team had a booth at the CicLAvia event which provided band-aids and basic first-aid supplies for those with minor injuries.The main goal of Ciclavia is to connect communities with each other across an expansive city, through closing streets to use them as a vast public park for the citizens…

March is National Athletic Training Month!

As February comes to an end, the Sports Medicine team is preparing for National Athletic Training Month (NATM)  in March to raise awareness about the vital role athletic trainers play in our lives. Venice Sports Med is planning to host a scavenger hunt for this month to get students to learn more about athletic training…

Team Takes On HOSA Meet At Valencia HS

This past Saturday, the competition team went to Valencia High School to compete in a practice meet in preparation for HOSA. They competed with Palmdale High School and Valencia, who were the hosts of the meet this year. The meet consisted of three tests; two written tests, and a practical exam. One written exam was…

Team Starts Preparing for Competition

Competition chair Camryn Butze welcomed the team at the beginning of the semester with a brief meeting regarding the upcoming competitions. The closest one is a practice meet on February 9th at Valencia High School. It is time for the competition team members to start digging deep into the content they will need to know…

Team Picture Day!

The Sports Medicine team had their team pictures on Friday morning at the iconic Venice sign. They met at 6:45 in the cool morning by the sign. First they figured out where to position of all the team members with CFP Studio and their photography team. To get the Venice sign in the shot, the…

Sports Medicine Team Starts Fundraising For Competitions

The Sports Medicine Students have started a GoFundMe page in efforts to raise money for our team trip to Sacramento for the HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America) competition this upcoming March. The program allows  the team to get a unique experience that will help them learn leadership skills and how to apply their knowledge…

Upcoming Fundraiser at Blaze Pizza!

It’s finals week! The Sports Medicine team will be having a fundraiser on Thursday, December 13 from 12:45 to 7PM at Blaze Pizza. The location is 4114 Sepulveda Blvd, Culver City, CA 90230. Come support our team and celebrate that you have survived finals with a delicious pizza! Show them this flyer down below so…

Sports Medicine Team Bonding

Over the Thanksgiving break, the sports medicine team got together for some team bonding activities. They were split up into groups and had the task of constructing a gingerbread turkey. They had supplies such as icing, M&Ms, sprinkles, and other candy goods to spice up their creations, but here’s the catch: they could only get…

Scholarship Opportunities!

The Intern Project is offering students a chance to work in their career areas with internships that last for four or more weeks during summer break. You will have to meet certain requirements to apply. Applications are due by February 23rd. Click on the link below for more details. https://theinternproject.weebly.com/ CIFLACS is offering two scholarship…

“The Crash Reel”

On November 5th, part of our Venice High School Sports Medicine Team went to Hermosa Beach to watch the movie, “The Crash Reel”. By watching this, we gained more knowledge about traumatic brain injuries from Kevin Pearce and the Love Your Brain Foundation. If you have not seen “The Crash Reel” yet, you should check…