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BOYCEVILLE – The Boyceville Chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) welcomed 14 new members at its 2018 induction ceremony recently after each had demonstrated that they possessed the four virtues that the National Honor Society holds dearest – Character, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service.
The Boyceville High School chapter celebrated its annual fall induction ceremony on Tuesday evening, November 6 as the 14new members were added to the ranks. The ceremony was held in the high school commons and was well attended by members, parents, friends, and staff.
The ceremony started with a welcome address from Boyceville High School Principal, Tyler Moy. The Induction was presented by Karlene Berry, the High School Counselor, who also serves as the NHS Advisor.
Members of Boyceville’s 2018 National Honor Society induction class included: Caitlyn Pelikan, Clara Swanson, Maggie Wyss, Noelle Wheeldon, Emma Bygd, Ana Evenson, Jasmine Windsor, Monica Miranda, Hannah Johnson, Cade Klefstad, Tyra Kostman, Brendan Sempf, Steven Rasmussen and Jordan Nelson.
Before being accepted into the local National Honor Society, each new inductee had to meet the organization’s prerequisites and pass a stringent selections process. The Boyceville chapter invites only juniors and seniors with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher to make an application for acceptance into the organization.
Membership in the National Honor Society is an outstanding recognition. It truly is an honor and a testament to both a student’s academic accomplishments and personal character. The four virtues of the National Honor Society include the principles of Character, Scholarship, Leadership and Service. These four virtues provide the criteria and structure for selecting students to the National Honor Society organization.
The local society’s ranks, which increased to 22 with the addition of the new members, also includes Sarah Kapsner, Brandon Nunnery-Markham, Jaida Peterson, Jaden Reisimer, Brock Schlough, Eli Swanson, Mark Timper and Seth Wruck.