Finneytown High School inducted 23 new students into National Honor Society last week. The newly inducted students represent the four pillars of scholarship with a cumulative GPA of 3.5, service with numerous community efforts, leadership through school, church, and community, and character they display every day. Students pledged before families and friends “to uphold the high purpose of the National Honor Society” and “be true to the principles for which it stands; to be loyal to my school; to maintain and encourage high standards of scholarship, service, leadership, and character.” Elijah Sanders, High School Social Studies Teacher and NHS Advisor explained about those inducted, “The exceptional service, character and leadership is reflected in each one of our inductees. I look forward to watching them develop their leadership further throughout this upcoming year.” NHS students strive to exceed the norms and to promote their higher values. “We are proud of each of these students for their strong work ethic and dedication to service and look forward to seeing their contributions to NHS this year,” Dr. Jen Dinan, Secondary Campus Principal, stated.
The following students were inducted into National Honor Society: Olivia Angert, Alyssa Becksfort, Jillian Becksfort, Susma Bharati, Christina Carter, Zoe Casselman, Zion Denson, Falilou Dionna, Briana Edmond, Andrew Finch, Megan Haarlammert, Alli Helmes, Jaidyn Hicks, Brennan Jones, Jenna Koopman, Amelia McMahan, Alex Laird, Dan Perry, Sumanta Rai, Maria Seith, Maggie Traubert, Lilly Volz, and Courtney Ward.