Heather Wilkowski, Upper School Principal at Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy, and Holly Metzger, Upper School 7-8 Assistant Principal are proud to announce 39 inductees into the National Junior Honor Society.
The National Junior Honor Society is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding middle level students. More than just an honor roll, NJHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship. These characteristics have been associated with membership in the organization since its beginning in 1929.
Congratulations to the following students: Jenna Achterberg, Ellasyn Anderson, Joselyn Baker, Claire Ballish, Andrew Baumann, Ahva Bishop, Olivia Bishop, Peyton Bopp, Caleb Comstock, Ellen Dick, Ilah Ewen, Jackson Farnham, Audrey Frey, Linley Helms, Madeleine Herriott, Morgan Hinman, Mary Huffstetler, Emalyn Ickes, Emma Islas, Haydyn Jackson, Max Jenkins, Taylor Kaesemeyer, Alexis Lang, Macallan Linich, Sophia Mengler, Madison Mitchell, Kayla Ofosu, Lucia Perez, Ricardo Perez, Elsa Schultz, Abigail Snell, Josiah Sorensen, Aniston Southern, Teagan Stover, Noah Wedel, Gabriel Wilmer, Richard Wilmer, Andrew Wojciechowski, and Leslie Yoc Ambrocio.
“We were super excited to induct this energetic group of rising 8th graders into NJHS,” shared Metzger. “It will be fun to watch them build on the ownership that students truly took for the organization this past year. This group will lead Grade 7-8 through many important service projects throughout the year. They will also provide important academic peer tutoring opportunities to their classmates.”
Congratulations to these impressive students!
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