Sacred Heart Inducts 22 NJHS, 31NHS Members
The Sacred Heart School chapter of the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) and National Honor Society (NHS) recently held a joint ceremony to induct 53 new members.
The ceremony, held at Sacred Heart Chapel, inducted 22 6th-8th-grade students into NJHS and 31 9th-12th-grade students into NHS. Inductees were selected on the basis of service, leadership, citizenship, and character. Inductees must have maintained a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.
Including the newly inducted class, 34 students are members of NJHS and 56 students are members are part of NHS at Sacred Heart School. The purpose of NJHS and NHS is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, stimulate a desire to render service, promote leadership and good citizenship, and develop character in the students of Sacred Heart School.
Pictured: SMITH Reuben Smith receives his ceremonial induction pin from his father, Mike Smith, during the joint Sacred Heart School NHS/NJHS induction ceremony.
Pictured: LIGHTING NJHS Vice President, Sophie Anderson, lights the candle of NJHS inductee, Rylie Schlarb. The tradition of lighting the candles symbolizes the four pillars of NJHS: scholarship, service, leadership, and character.
Current Senior Inductees:
Incoming Senior Inductee
Incoming Junior Inductees
Incoming Sophomore Inductees
Mariah Van Leer F
Incoming Freshmen Inductee
Incoming 8th-grade Inductees
Max Van Leer
David Gutierrez Talamantes
Incoming 7th-grade Inductees