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Congratulations to Our Newest National Honor Society Members
Posted 10/19/2017 09:32AM

Montini Catholic's National Honor Society (Pope Paul VI Chapter) proudly inducted 69 new student members on Wednesday, October 18th at a special NHS Induction Ceremony for the 2017-18 school year.

Principal Maryann O'Neill, Assistant Principal Kevin Beirne and NHS moderators, Arthur Stuart and Sandy Deiber were in attendance to congratulate the honored students. Seventy-eight returning NHS members, including officers, were also invited to welcome the inductees and to renew their own commitments to the goals of the National Honor Society.

"The hallmark of everything you will do here as Honor Society members is respect," said Principal Maryann O'Neill in her address to the inductees. "Go beyond yourself and recognize what true leadership means. Bask in the glory tonight, but tomorrow come to school with a new idea of what you are going to do to make a difference."

National Honor Society President, Marie Corpuz, also addressed her peers and reminded them of their goals as members of NHS. Montini's National Honor Society members are responsible for organizing and enlisting school participation in various events during the school year including the school's Golden Gobbler Thanksgiving Food Drive in November, their Adopt-A-Family Christmas Drive in December and the annual Blood Drive for Lifesource, held in January.

NHS Officers participated in the Ceremony of Light and Pillars and explained the four pillars of success: Character, Scholarship, Leadership and Service. "Character is achieved, not received," said Public Relations Officer, Gianna Chlada. "Scholarship is only acquired through diligence and effort," added Peyton Schaefer, Vice President. "The price of leadership and service is sacrifice," reminded Abigayle Moser, Treasurer.

The minimum requirement for membership in the Montini Catholic High School chapter of the NHS is a 3.75 cumulative GPA at the end of their sophomore year. All students achieving a 3.75 GPA at the end of their sophomore (or junior) year receive the opportunity to petition for membership in NHS. When applying, students are asked to detail their qualifications in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character. Students meeting all the requirements are then invited to become members in the NHS in the fall of their junior or senior year.

Once accepted into the NHS, students are required to maintain high scholastic standards, act as true leaders of the school, perform 10 hours of community service each year.

The ceremony was followed by a reception in the school's cafeteria.

Congratulations to Montini Catholic's NHS 2017-18 Inductees:

Stephanie Abramowicz Nicholas Alandy
John Ray Alcano
Emily Alexander
Gianni Alfano
Lauren Bartosz
Alisa Bitoy
Peyton Bogart
Andrew Bolisay
Joslyn Boyer
Julia Briggs
Kiana Calkins
Joceline Carrera
Frank Conforti, III
Colin Considine
Matthew Coulter
Kristian Paul
Daarol Annaliese DiSimone
Kaitlyn Donaldson
Raquel Dorado
Andrew Ernat
lyssa Filkowski
Isabella Florio
Maura Frank
John Gaughan
Anthony Geraci
Mia Gramann
Olivia Herrmann
Yunjie (Hayley) Huang
Abraham Neil Husmillo
Danielle Gail Juco
Eleanore Krick
Jacob Kulhanek
Ian Kwit
Nicole LaMantia
George Lambesis
Gabriella Lambesis
Justin Lazowski
Johanna Locher-Kingsfield
Iman Love
Nathaniel Lukasik
Zoe MacKay Zacker
Mariella Maduzia
Audrey Maloney
Samantha Mitchell
Cecilia Moran
Luke Morrill
Samantha Mullins
Tien Nguyen
Chukwuemeka Nkuku
Maura O'Keefe
Zachary Olson
Nicole Pechacek
Madeline Pickering
Alexandra Quaglia
Isabella Reilley
Kailey Ryan
Kara Sakas
Tori Scavone
Kelan Scott
Joshua Severin
Aakash Srinivasulu
Renee Swider
Ottilia Szilagyi
Quincey Trojanowski
Ryan Trost
Marissa VanDeVeer
Alexander Weisshaar
Charles Woods

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