Fifty-eight juniors and seniors from Penn Manor High School were inducted into the National Honor Society in an evening ceremony at the high school on September 26, 2011. These new inductees join the 24 seniors who were inducted last year.
Members were selected by the faculty for meeting high standards of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Students must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.85 or higher and be active members of their community to be eligible for consideration.
Students inducted were: Julie Andrusisin, Abigail Ashworth, Jonathan Bitner, Savannah Blake, Caleb Bolinger, Hannah Breidenbaugh, Aaron Brown, Alex Cauler, Lucas Charney, Mary Christman, Christopher Cuascut, Mark Dano, Ryan Durborow, Michelle Dempsey, Sarah Evarts, Jessie Greenslade, Megan Haines, Katherine Harrold, Derek Harzinski, Matt Hatch, Lake Heckaman, Jillian Heckman, Hannah Henegar, Adam Hess, Jessica Huber, Mark Hutchens, Lindsay Hutchinson, Samantha Huyser, Eleni Jones, Morgan Keck, Brendan Kincade, Kristen Longsderff, Allen Markes, Ian Martzall, Kierstin McDonald, Becky Miller, Kael Miller, David Mohimani, Jocelyn Mylin, Janelle Musser, Lily Ngo, Lindamarie Olson, Angela Oppido, Lauren Pironis, Alex Quinn, Jacob Schick, Julie Schultz, Marlene Sharp, Jacob Shiner, Taylor Skelly, Shannon Sloss, Brad Snyder, Michael Stehman, Brandon Stone, Lindsay Sympson, Russ Thorsen, Robert Warfel, Sarah Whyler.
Advisors Mrs. Kathy Grenier and Mr. Erick Dutchess expect these new National Honor Society members to continue their exemplary contributions to the school and community.
The NHS President for the 2011-2012 school year is Mikayla Herbert. Also serving as NHS officers are Landon Alecxih, Jing Li and Megan Schlegelmilch.
The National Honor Society ranks as one of the oldest and most prestigious national organizations for high school students. Chapters exist in three-fourths of the nation’s high schools and since 1921 millions of students have been selected for membership. The Penn Manor High School Chapter has been active since 1930. Thousands of dollars in scholarships have been awarded to senior members since 1945 by the sponsoring organization, The National Association of Secondary School Principals.