Osbourn High School CTE Students Competing at National Level

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Provided by Manassas City Public Schools

Osbourn High School (OHS) Career and Technical Education (CTE) students are competing at the national SkillsUSA championship in Louisville, Kentucky, June 24-28, 2019.

In April, the school participated in the 55th SkillsUSA Virginia State Championships in Virginia Beach. They earned state championship titles in Crime Scene Investigation and Esthetics for a second consecutive year. Karla Juarez-Orozco won a gold medal in Esthetics, and Angelica Farias-Barriga, Leonela Morales-Morales, and Axell Portillo won gold medals in Crime Scene Investigation, earning the state titles. Cristian Hernandez, who earned the gold medal in Criminal Justice, will also join the winners’ group headed to the national competition.

SkillsUSA Virginia is an organization for students enrolled in career and technical occupations in Virginia’s high schools and community colleges.

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