NHS at Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School inducts 22 new members.

The Loretto Chapter of the National Honor Society at Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School inducted twenty-two new members into their society during an Induction Ceremony Monday, April 7, 2014 at Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School’s Dolly Barranco Activity Center.

The National Honor Society (NHS), established in 1921, is a national recognition program for students who show achievement in scholarship, leadership, service, and character. High School students are selected for membership through an application process and are selected by the faculty council. Candidates must meet the chapter’s requirement for scholarship, service, leadership and character in order to be selected for membership. Continued participation in service projects and upholding the ideals of the school are required to retain membership. Members must also maintain the chapter’s required cumulative grade point average.

A reception hosted by the 2014 National Honor Society members for the new members and their families immediately followed the ceremony.

The newly inducted members of the Loretto Chapter of the National Honor Society at Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School are seniors, Brett Foxworth, John Haynes, Howard Vaughan, and Kirstin Wood and juniors, Joseph Armstrong, Carolyn Barranco, Andrew Ellis, Ann Faulkner, Brianna Foley, Lindsey Guin,
Aliceann Harper, Jacob Hulcher, Ashley Karst, Derek Kelly, Ashley Kim, Mary Janet McLaughlin, Olivia Nobles, Leo Petters, Monica Poole, Foster Smith, Allyson Taylor, Lindsey Tynan and Margaret von Gal.

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