95 Students Inducted into National Honor Society

At a wonderfully intimate and serious ceremony, 95 students were inducted on Thursday night into Wheatley Chapter of the National Honor Society. Led by faculty advisors Ms. Chanin-Bermudez and Ms. DeAngelo, the class officers spoke about the four pillars of the National Honor Society: Scholarship, Leadership, Character and Service. Additionally, the audience was treated to a keynote address by Kathie McGowan, the Founder and Executive Director of HorseAbility.

Congratulations to our newest members! Here are a few photos from before and during the ceremony!

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5 thoughts on “95 Students Inducted into National Honor Society

  1. This was an awsome ceremony. I remember when I got inducted a year ago and I would like to congratulate Hannah Mittman, Bryan Gong, Sam Fieldman, Luis Costa, Alex Boubour, Ethan Cohn, Prya Parsad, Robert Greco, Ziv Loftzy, Namita Reddy, Jordon Weinstock, Harris Weksalblat and many of my other friends who are now members of The National Honors Society. I’m proud to know many of you!

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