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National Honors Society Welcomes New Members

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SPECIAL ED: Graduating NHS seniors prepare to move on while incoming seniors who meet the exacting standards of this organization get welcomed in during this induction ceremony that took place on Tues, May 15.

SPECIAL ED: Graduating NHS seniors prepare to move on while incoming seniors who meet the exacting standards of this organization get welcomed in during this induction ceremony that took place on Tues, May 15.

SPECIAL ED: Graduating NHS seniors prepare to move on while incoming seniors who meet the exacting standards of this organization get welcomed in during this induction ceremony that took place on Tues, May 15.

Piper Thompson, staff writer

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Scholarship. Leadership. Service. Character. These are the four pillars of National Honors Society.

On Tuesday, May 15, our chapter of the organization her its induction ceremony. At this event, new members became initiated into the society while current members received recognition for their time and service.

Next years’ officers include Miah Atwood, Josie Curry, Amber Swanson, and Scott Orton. Each of the students in National Honors Society demonstrate outstanding scholarship and leadership, but the presidency must go above and beyond in all areas.

 

Scott Orton// New Member

Q: What are you most excited about for next year in NHS?

A: I’m looking forward to being able to help other people and to do it with a lot of my friends.

Q: Which pillar do you feel is most applicable to you and why?

A: Well, leadership for sure since I’m one of the people in the presidency but definitely service. Everyone can always be serving, and it’s such a good thing to do.

 

Sarah Davis// Former Member

Q: What did you enjoy the most in NHS this year?

A: With NHS I really enjoyed to the elementary school and seeing the little kids. It was a great opportunity to get involved in the community and to encourage those kids!

Q: Which pillar do you feel is most applicable to you and why?

A: I think that leadership is the most applicable to me because I’ve been able to start a Bible club and a book club throughout high school! I always try to lead and love, and NHS helped me grow even more in that!

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