Eisenhower inducts students into National Honor Society
January 3, 2013 12:54PM
During the induction ceremony, new members of National Honor Society from Eisenhower High School take the pledge promising to adhere to the principles of scholarship, leadership, character and service. | Supplied Photo
Updated: February 7, 2013 6:01AM
Eisenhower High School in Blue Island recently inducted a new group of students into its chapter of National Honor Society for the 2012-13 school year.
Criteria for National Honor Society membership include a GPA of at least 3.2/4.0 and participation in at least four extracurricular activities (five if the student is a senior). Students cannot receive academic credit or compensation for the activities.
To remain in NHS students also must continue membership in school activities as well as participate in NHS service projects.
Students recently inducted include Adrian Aguirre, Diego Alatorre, Yolanda Bradshaw, Roberto Castillo, Brandon Castillo, Adriana Cerrato, Katya Cerrato, Alfredo Cervantes, Edgar Cortez, K’lmani David and Samantha Ehlers.
Other NHS inductees include Christopher Esparza, Steven Esparza, Ashleigh Garcia, Isabella Guerrero, Salvador Guerrero, Elizabeth Haskins, Tiant Holloway, Caleb Hoppe, Lukasz Kupiec and Christina Labudiong.
Other inductees include Martha Lagunas, Carlos Madera, Reneeta Mack, Joshua Medel, Paulina Martinez, Juan Mercado, Erika Meza, Taylor Neubeck, Jose Olvera, Alicia Resendez, Kanisha Rodriguez, Lucas Souza, Ricardo Sarli, Matthew Tinajero, Dajha White, Anthony Zamora and Frank Zuniga.
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