Students Get Inducted into NHS

Kaitlyn Linsenbardt, Staff Writer

As the school year comes to a close, a new class of National Honors Society students emerge. On Friday, April 13, new NHS students were inducted to the High School chapter. The National Honors Society is an organization dedicated to recognizing and encouraging outstanding high school students in grades 11 and 12.

“I was kind of nervous when I had to shake Dr. Benskin’s hand and receive my NHS packet on stage,” Junior Zeb Brown said. “I was in front of a bunch of people, but it was all definitely worth it.”

The students were inducted by Ms. Duvall, the chapter advisor, and former NHS officers. The ceremony included accepting awards, lighting candles to become inducted, taking an oath, and enjoying cookies and punch afterwards.

“I’m really honored that I was picked to become apart of NHS,” Junior Landry Bosher said. “I’m glad that I’m finally being recognized for my hard work throughout school.”

“I’ve always been set on getting good grades and getting to the top of my class. I haven’t reached my goal quite yet, but I’m still working hard,” Junior Emily Hines said. “Being inducted into NHS makes me realize how close I am and makes me want to continue towards my goal.”