Jamestown High School Honor Society Inducts New Members

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JAMESTOWN – Jamestown’s Chapter of the National Honor Society inducted new members last week.

The high school held its annual Induction Ceremony for 51 newly inducted members. The  ceremony included the schools tradition of teachers introducing each candidate along with the lighting of the scholarship candles, representing scholarships for; service, leadership and character, and the Honor Society poem and pledge.

“We are so proud of these students and their accomplishment,” said JHS Principal Dana Williams.

Eligibility for membership consideration depends on a students weighted cumulative grade point average of 96.0%, or an unweighted average of 91.0%. Along with meeting high standards of leadership, service, and character. Entrances are decided by faculty council evaluations.

“Their work ethic and dedication to their academics, school and community activities are exemplary. They are all an excellent representation of the amazing students we have at JHS,” said Williams

The new inductees include the following:

Seniors: Skyela Banse-Fay, Claire Conti, Rena Huntington, Colin Johnson, Rachel Lemke, Nicole McGrath, Natalie Reinhardt, Phillip Seager, Morgan Torrey and Kathryn Vanstrom.

Juniors: Nathaniel Barone, Aric Bloomquist, Michael Boron, Jordan Braymiller, Liam Conroe, Rylan Coombs, Evan Corey, Raymond Crespo, Madeline DeJoy, Marley Drake, Trey Drake, Sebastian Fernandez, Emylia Hallberg, Mikeal Halpainy-Livermore, Kiya Holmes, Nichole Iacuzzo, Mercedes Johnson, Quinn Johnson, Kaylen Kirschman, Olivia Kubera, Maddisyn LaTone, Rhonda-Sue Leonard, Arron Loomis, Hannah Lutgen, Elsa McAvoy, Rheese Maggio, Alexandra Melquist, Caleb Micciche, Karryne Mims, Meghan Mistretta, Greta Nordwall, Kylie O’Brien, Aubrey Reynolds, Celeste Roberts, Kylee Schrader, Jacob Smeraldo, Julia Smith, Lindsey Spitz, Madison Terry, John Torres Jr and Juliana Yanik.


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