On Tuesday, May 10, 52 middle school students were officially inducted into the National Junior Honor Society. To be considered for induction, eligible students needed to present a cumulative average of 90 or above since entering middle school, as well as have minimal absences and no referrals. In addition, students who meet the scholarship prerequisite are required to write a brief essay that highlights their achievements and shares how they represent the qualities of service, leadership, character, and citizenship. Additionally, potential NJHS candidates have their requirements reviewed by a panel of faculty members as it relates to the guidelines set forth by the NJHS. To learn more about the qualifications to be considered for the NJHS, click here.
“We are pleased to see our students continually recognized for the great work and progress they have made in the classroom,” said Interim Middle School Principal Ms. Denise Capece. “As with every student, the possibilities are endless when it comes to connecting with your curriculum, engaging with teachers, and tapping into your potential. Our recent inductees to the NJHS should be proud of their recognition, as it highlights the hard work and dedication they’ve continued to produce throughout middle school. Congratulations to you all!”
The following students have been inducted into the National Junior Honor Society for the 2021-22 school year:
Ryan Keiffer Jr.
Mathew teRiele Jr.
Paul Zafke Jr.
Congratulations on your induction into the National Junior Honor Society. It is with great determination and hard work that you’ve been selected for such a special recognition.