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NHS inducts new memebers

NHS members were inducted at a ceremony last Thursday.

NHS members were inducted at a ceremony last Thursday.

Denise Showalter

NHS members were inducted at a ceremony last Thursday.

Denise Showalter

Denise Showalter

NHS members were inducted at a ceremony last Thursday.

Ali Wagner, Staff Writer

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On November 10th, theNational Honor Society (NHS) inducted fourteen new members at a ceremony at the Bellwood-Antis High School auditorium. Each inductee was seated on the stage to be received into membership of the prestigious academic organization.

The students inducted were seniors Michael Cherry, Addison Clemente, Phoebe Potter, Kalyn Sines, Jarrett Taneyhill; and juniors, Katelyn Farber, Braden Heisler, Christina Hollen, Hannah Hornberger, Eric Morder, Sidney Patterson, Jack Showalter, Robert Vankirk, Tanner Worthing.

Advisor Mrs. Sally Padula presided over the induction.

“There are many reasons to join NHS, including the privilege of saying you’re an NHS member on a resume or application.”

You can get together and help the community and other students through tutoring.”

— NHS President Devon Zheng

“It makes my profile look better when colleges look at me; I also want to be involved with the community” said Jack Showalter.

Devon Zheng, President of NHS started, off the ceremony by speaking to everyone about the criteria that needs to be met to be an NHS member. The first is that that you must have a 95% cumulative grade point average, and then cadnidates are evaluated on their leadership skills, character, and service qualities and activities by a review board made up of faculty members.

President Devon Zheng lights a candle at NHS inductions.

Denise Showalter
President Devon Zheng lights a candle at NHS inductions.

“It’s an experience. You can get together and help the community and other students through tutoring,” said Zheng.

NHS officers for 2016-2017 include:

President: Devon Zheng

Vice-President: Jarryd Kissell

Secretary: McKenna Mayers

Treasurer: Stephanie Mills

Some of NHS’s service activities include:

  • Taking Steps for Crohn’s and Colitis walk
  • Blue Angels
  • St. Vincent De Paul Soup Kitchen
  • Operation Our Town Activities
  • Homework Help
  • Peer Tutoring
NHS junior inductees tried to hit the same pose they used as wide-eyed junior high students at the middle school Honor Society inductions.

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NHS junior inductees tried to hit the same pose they used as wide-eyed junior high students at the middle school Honor Society inductions.

 

 

 

 

 

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