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Forty-one students tapped for National Junior Honor Society

rows of students watch a student presenter
(Photo by Simon Lindmark)

On May 29, members of the Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk High School National Honor Society surprised 41 seventh- and eighth-graders, by tapping them for the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS). Later that evening, an induction ceremony was held to formally welcome the new NJHS members.

students and teachers smile as they listen to a presentation
(Photo by Simon Lindmark)

To be considered for the National Junior Honor Society at RCS Middle School students must have a grade point average of 90 or above each quarter with fewer than 6 unexcused absences and no disciplinary referrals. They must also be ranked in the top ten percent of the student body in all aspects of character and leadership as determined by a survey competed by their teachers.

The newest members of the National Junior Honor Society include:

  • Elizabeth Baldes
  • Dylan Balta
  • Emma Banahan
  • Ian Brisco
  • Caroline Bullard
  • Jaymie Carkner
  • Nicholas Cifone
  • Alicia Craft
  • Olivia Craft
  • Benjamin Cruz
  • Meggan Dalbec
  • Nicole Decker
  • Robert Dorrance
  • Howard Engel IV
  • Madison Filkins
  • Tyler Firstiun
  • Karissa Forte
  • Jenna Grogan
  • Sara Hotaling
  • Jeremy Huntsman Jr.
  • Summer Jones
  • Kaylea Keeler
  • Alexander Leto
  • Harry Lindmark
  • Aidan Lochner
  • Holly Macera
  • Maximillian May
  • Colin McDermott
  • John Meddaugh
  • Lucas Misetich
  • Charles Nittinger
  • Ella O’Brien
  • Ava Osterhout
  • Jake Porter
  • Emily Robbins
  • Elizabeth Robertson
  • Nathan Ryan
  • Kayla Stanton
  • Hailey Tracey
  • Sulamita Voronko
  • Chesnie Waddingham