GCHS Students To Be Inducted Into National Honor Society

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Several Garden City High School students will be inducted into the National Honor Society at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, January 20th, in the Garden City High School auditorium, 2720 Buffalo Way Blvd.  There will be 43 new members that will be formally inducted into the chapter.  There will be 31 senior members that will be recognized for their membership during the event. 

The new inductees include: Tylee Biera, Katharine Byers, Julie Calzonetti, Ashleigh Chappel, Loribeth Claro-Martinez, Shantal Covorubias, Mya Cruz, Cayden Cundiff, Connor Cupp, Alexander DePaz, Anna Diep, Abigail Ellerman, Jasmin Flores, Lizbeth Guevara, Selah Hageman, Kiana Hankins, Brody Hoff, McKenna Jagels, Jodi Kalarikkal, Zaung Kee, Adam Kennington, Hannah Kipp, Camden Knight, Jimmy Lieu, Rilee McGraw, Lane McKenna, Katie Mongeau, Sofia Montoya-Ortiz, Elly Murrell, Kayla Nguyen, Tam Nguyen, Jessica Pammenter, Abigail Parr, Symone Simmons, Adair Torres, Ryan Wessels, and Zach Warren.

Students are selected through an application process.  To be eligible for membership, students must have high academic standards.  Members must also meet high standards of leadership, service and character.  Selection is made by a faculty council.

Leadership is based on the student’s participation in two or more community or school activities, or election to an office.  To meet the service requirement, the student must have been active in three or more service projects in the school and community.  Character is measured in terms of integrity, behavior, ethics, and cooperation with both students and faculty.

The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character. These characteristics have been associated with membership in the organization since their beginnings in 1921.