LHS NHS Chapter Welcomes 40 New Members

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The 2020 Lakewood High School National Honor Society inductee class.

The current members of the Lakewood High National Honor Society welcomed 40 new members into the prestigious academic group at an induction ceremony held at the Civic Auditorium on Feb. 6.

Gaining entry into NHS is the highest honor a school can bestow upon a student. Besides academic excellence – candidates must have a cumulative 3.5 GPA – a student is evaluated on his or her character, leadership skills and dedication to service and their involvement in school activities. Chosen by a panel of five faculty members, members must be in their junior or senior year.

As part of the induction ceremony, four of the five NHS officers gave a speech correlating to one of the four tenets of the organization and President Emma Hirsch spoke of the importance of the four pillars. Vice President Cameron Levis addressed the leadership pillar, Secretary Emma Carson spoke about character, Treasurer Aidan Bohac talked about scholarship, and Sergeant of Arms Kim Banak spoke on service.

Those in attendance also heard from guest speaker Gray Cooper, an English teacher at Lakewood High. Following the speeches, Principal Mark Walter introduced the new members. As is tradition, the new inductees were escorted across the stage by a current NHS member.

Congratulations to the following new NHS members:

Siwita Ali Shah

Jonas Hupcey

Aubree Nagel

Gabriella Bangert

Catherine Joyce

Nikena Norris

Jackie Branch

Jacob Kavc

Arturo Orso-Giacone

David Coleman

Joseph Kelly

Olivia Patterson

Alexis Coniku

Alice King

Paw Thalay Say

Quinn Costanzo

Taylor Kocian

Claire Schuppel

Susan Crawford

Hay Nay Lwi

Zachary Shell

Maizy Cunningham

Jasmine Magda

Annabelle Sorge

Holly Eubanks

Mohamed Manaa

Katherine Spilsbury

Grace Gill

Mariam Mansour

Malaak Sulieman

Johana Guci

Madelyn McFarlin

Gabrielle Toms

Caroline Harmon

Colin Meehan

Madelyn Tumbleson

Sydney Heckeler

Syliver Moo

Ayden Wacker


Angela Musai


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