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NHS inducts new members

NHS inducts 18 new members into the PIHS family

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Back row: Taylor Fletcher ‘18, Olivia Mosher ‘18, Miranda Bragan ‘18, Madison Boucher ‘19, Sheridan Boucher ‘19, Elizabeth Collins ‘19, Trace Cyr ‘19, Andre Daigle ‘19, Gabrielle Jandreau ‘18, Rachel Davis ‘18, Emily Wheaton ‘18, Tyler Levesque ‘18, Madison Jandreau ‘19, Molly Kingsbury ‘19, Kiara Lyford ‘18, Torey Levesque ‘19, Yessenia Vilar ‘18, Dora Wang ‘18
Front row: Christina Skidgel ‘18, Ally McLellan ‘18, Madison Michaud ‘19, Lydia Miller ‘18, Garrett Morneault ‘19, Erik Smith ‘19, Eleanor St. Peter ‘19, Sydney Thompson ‘19 
Absent when photo was taken: Dustin Alward '18

Back row: Taylor Fletcher ‘18, Olivia Mosher ‘18, Miranda Bragan ‘18, Madison Boucher ‘19, Sheridan Boucher ‘19, Elizabeth Collins ‘19, Trace Cyr ‘19, Andre Daigle ‘19, Gabrielle Jandreau ‘18, Rachel Davis ‘18, Emily Wheaton ‘18, Tyler Levesque ‘18, Madison Jandreau ‘19, Molly Kingsbury ‘19, Kiara Lyford ‘18, Torey Levesque ‘19, Yessenia Vilar ‘18, Dora Wang ‘18 Front row: Christina Skidgel ‘18, Ally McLellan ‘18, Madison Michaud ‘19, Lydia Miller ‘18, Garrett Morneault ‘19, Erik Smith ‘19, Eleanor St. Peter ‘19, Sydney Thompson ‘19 Absent when photo was taken: Dustin Alward '18

Olivia Sanchez

Olivia Sanchez

Back row: Taylor Fletcher ‘18, Olivia Mosher ‘18, Miranda Bragan ‘18, Madison Boucher ‘19, Sheridan Boucher ‘19, Elizabeth Collins ‘19, Trace Cyr ‘19, Andre Daigle ‘19, Gabrielle Jandreau ‘18, Rachel Davis ‘18, Emily Wheaton ‘18, Tyler Levesque ‘18, Madison Jandreau ‘19, Molly Kingsbury ‘19, Kiara Lyford ‘18, Torey Levesque ‘19, Yessenia Vilar ‘18, Dora Wang ‘18 Front row: Christina Skidgel ‘18, Ally McLellan ‘18, Madison Michaud ‘19, Lydia Miller ‘18, Garrett Morneault ‘19, Erik Smith ‘19, Eleanor St. Peter ‘19, Sydney Thompson ‘19 Absent when photo was taken: Dustin Alward '18

Olivia Sanchez, Staff Writer

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Character, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service. What do all these things have in common? They are what teachers, NHS and NHS faculty senate are looking for in PIHS students.

On October 26, 7pm in the PIHS cafeteria, parents and family members of the new 18 new National Honor Society inductees, waited patiently for their students to receive the pin of acceptance, the badge of honor.

The new inductees have the honor of representing this school in community work and keeping up Presque Isle High School’s 80th year of NHS and making sure it still holds strong.

“We don’t necessarily look for students with good grades. We look for well-rounded students,” George Knox, NHS advisor and social studies teacher said

To be part of NHS students must be a junior or a senior. They must have a 88+ grade average to qualify. When students have met these two requirements, they will get a letter in the mail stating that they are eligible to apply. Once students have decided if they want to part of this organization, they attend a meeting at the beginning of the school year and then write an application that includes, in part, an essay on what they think the Four Pillars mean to them.

Junior Sydney Thompson wanted to join because NHS is well respected by the school and the community. It makes her feel validated about her hard work and hopes that it gives her a leg-up when she applies for colleges.

“It’s a willingness to work when others are in need,” said senior Max Bartley.

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