25 Inducted Into 2024 Middle School Honor Society at SSCS

on May 14, 2024
group of 25 middle school students inducted into the middle school honor society

The 25 newest SSCS student members of the Middle School Honor Society for 2024

Congratulations to 25 SSCS students who were inducted into the Middle School Honor Society on May 14 during an induction ceremony in front of their families, teachers, administrators and classmates.

2024 inductees are Michael Gestone, Thomas Hemstock, Madalynn Humphrey, Jaxon Insogna, Trever Killenberger, Barrett Lynk, Joseph Pizza, Lucas Perry, Zoey Saltsman, Cian Smith, Jordyn Crewell, Maya Korona, Keira McKissick, Molly Parsons, Nora Radliff, Audrey Thurley, Isabella Cornwell, Marshall Hubbell, Sophia Insogna, Rami Issa, Elijah Lasky, Madison Lynk, Kaitlyn Roosevelt, Taylar Sniffen and Alyssa Smith.

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These students join Sharon Springs’ chapter of the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) which encourages middle-level students to develop the knowledge and skills to become well-rounded student leaders in their school, community, and beyond.

In addition to overall academic achievement in school, inductees are evaluated by SSCS faculty for their qualities of SCHOLARSHIP, SERVICE, LEADERSHIP, CITIZENSHIP and CHARACTER. These five qualities are the determining factors of a student’s appointment to the chapter.

More about the five pillars of the Middle School Honor Society/NJHS

SCHOLARSHIP: Students must first meet certain academic standards in their school studies (GPA, Honor and Merit Roll success).

SERVICE: This involves voluntary contributions made by a student and done without compensation.

LEADERSHIP: Student leaders are those who are resourceful, good problem solvers, and idea contributors. Leadership experiences can be drawn from school or community activities while working with or for others.

CITIZENSHIP: In general, the student who demonstrates citizenship understands the importance of civic engagement, has a high regard for freedom and justice, and respects democracy.

CHARACTER: A student of good character is cooperative, demonstrates high standards of honesty and reliability, shows courtesy, concern, and respect for others.

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