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(from left to right): Bryan Winkel, Kaylie Warpet, Ilana Van Hoveln, Katie Thompsen, Maggie Schingel, Carly Perzee, Christa Hickman, Ian Palmer, and Austin Bender

Nine inducted into National Honor Society

December 08, 2020

The Noosphere Chapter of the National Honor Society welcomed nine members on Tuesday, December 1. Five current NHS officers conducted the ceremony, with one serving as master of ceremonies and four reading the four principles of the organization. The nine inductees demonstrated excellence in character, scholarship, leadership and service. New members include the following:

Senior Austin Bender of Clifton

Senior Ian Palmer of Chebanse

Senior Maggie Schingel of Chebanse

Senior Ilana Van Hoveln of Clifton

Senior Kaylie Warpet of Clifton

Senior Brian Winkel of Clifton

Junior Christa Hickman of Ashkum

Junior Carly Perzee of Ashkum

Junior Katherine Thompsen of Clifton

Active NHS members include:

Senior Jillian Baker of Chebanse

Senior Shelby Basham of Ashkum

Senior Mia Gasperini of Clifton

Senior Alexander Gray of Ashkum

Senior Kaylee Ketcherside of Chebanse

Senior Lizzie Kleinert of Ashkum

Senior Christian Ladehoff of Chebanse

Senior Crissy O'Connor of Chebanse

Senior Caden Perry of Clifton

Senior Luscentia Smolinski of Chebanse

Senior Hallie Wilken of Clifton

The Noosphere Chapter of the National Honor Society was established in 1960.  

National Honor Society was established in 1921 by the National Association of Secondary School Principals. By 1930, more than 1,000 chapters existed. Today, National Honor Society chapters are found in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, many U.S. territories and Canada, with an estimated one millions participants. According to the National Honor Society website, doctors, actors, actresses, astronauts, politicians, award winners, professional athletes and one U.S. President (Gerald Ford) are NHS members.

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