Future Hispanic Leaders of America


The Future Hispanic Leaders of America

The Future Hispanic Leaders of America (FHLA) is a club for all students in high school. Anyone can join FHLA. The purpose of the club is to decrease drop-out rates, encourage kids to seek higher education, volunteer in the community, and promote unity. Students can participate in activities that will benefit their development as leaders and community members.

  • December 3, 2022 - FHLA State meeting at Parma High School

  • April 15, 2023 - Hispanic Health and Technology Careers Conference at College of Southern Idaho, Twin Falls, Idaho

Summer 2022 - Hispanic Health and Technology Conference

This past summer a couple of our FHLA students from Wilder won the Hispanic Health and Technology conference scholarship to attend an FHLA trip to San Francisco. Joelly Mendoza and Kassandra Ortiz and 3 other students from different school districts attended a STEM trip to San Francisco. The trip started with a self-guided tour at Standford University and a guided tour at Santa Clara University. The students and chaperones took a train to San Francisco and enjoyed a San Francisco Giants game. The rest of the trip was filled with STEM activities.

-A guided boat tour of the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge

-Aquarium of the Bay

-California Academy of Sciences

-Japanese Tea Garden

-San Francisco Zoo & Gardens

FHLA in front of golden gate bridge

FHLA at santa clara university

FHla inside santa clara university