Congratulations to the newest members of the National Junior Honor Society!

Students gather in the auditorium after the NJHS induction
Students gather in the auditorium after the National Junior Honor Society induction.

In front of their friends and family members, 73 grade 8 students were inducted this evening into the National Junior Honor Society.

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The students inducted were:

  • Justin Adach
  • Adediwura Adesanya
  • Jaiden Alas
  • Nicholas Allen
  • Patrick Allen
  • Blair Beaton
  • Grace Beauchamp
  • Andrew Bellotti
  • Colby Bielawski
  • Kaitlyn Blucher
  • Luke Brandow
  • Samuel Brown
  • Bret Buchalski Jr.
  • Ty Carlisle
  • Cassandra Cenzano
  • Calvin Conti
  • Madeleine Cook
  • Lucy Crounse
  • Baker D’Arcy
  • Tatiana DeBiase
  • Sky deJong
  • Brooklyn Drago
  • Ian Edgar
  • Mackenzie Elston
  • Samuel Fasciglione
  • Jameson Forth
  • Olivia Geniti
  • Jocelyn Gerke
  • Isabella Getter
  • Joshua Goldstein
  • Tyler Greene
  • Elizabeth Hacker
  • McKenzie Heins
  • Madison Heritage
  • Emma Herron
  • Adam Jansen
  • Adriana Khan
  • Gabriel Lape
  • Alexa Lotano
  • Morgan Luke
  • Sage Luke
  • Tyler Marshall
  • Skylar Maynard
  • Connor Merenberg
  • Zariha Mitchell
  • Jo Lina Mustico
  • Morgan Nichter
  • Rylee O’Connor
  • Skyler O’Malley
  • Evelyn Quail
  • Jacob Raynsford
  • Angelina Regels
  • Isabella Regels
  • Jillian Rosenbaum
  • Gavin Roylance
  • Vanessa Santiago
  • William Schnore
  • Mackenzie Schraa
  • Ella Schultz
  • Aiden Snyder
  • Arrianna Stark
  • Jordan Taylor
  • Katherine Titus
  • Rhyne VanAlstyne
  • Morgan Vanderstad
  • Sophia Velasco
  • Sydney Venditti
  • Carson Vien
  • Colin Whitesell
  • Emma Wicks
  • Piper Wiegert
  • Taryn Willis
  • Andrew Wilson

To be a member of the National Junior Honor Society, students must meet the five pillars of membership according to the website:

  • Scholarship
    Per national guidelines, at a minimum, students must have a cumulative GPA of 85, B, 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, or equivalent standard of excellence. (Each school chapter is allowed to require a higher cumulative GPA.
  • Service
    This involves voluntary contributions made by a student to the school or community, done without compensation.
  • Leadership
    Student leaders are those who are resourceful, good problem solvers, and idea contributors. Leadership experiences can be drawn from school or community activities while working with or for others.
  • Character
    The student of good character is cooperative; demonstrates high standards of honesty and reliability; shows courtesy, concern, and respect for others; and generally maintains a clean disciplinary record.
  • Citizenship
    The student who demonstrates citizenship understands the importance of civic engagement; has a high regard for freedom and justice; respects the U.S. form of government; respects the law for all citizens at the local, state, and federal levels; and demonstrates mature participation and responsibility in activities such as scouting, community organizations, or school clubs.