27 CHS students inducted into National Honor Society

Wednesday, April 12, 2017
Cassville High School National Honor Society student members participated in a special ceremony on Wednesday, April 5, to induct 27 students into the prestigious group. Grace Schell was named secretary, Josie Lone was named vice president and Josi Rose named president at the event. Per national guidelines, to become a NHS member, students must achieve a certain GPA, provide service to their school or community, be good leaders and show good character and high standards of honesty and reliability, courtesy, concern, respect for others and maintain a clean disciplinary record. Members must also be able to take on the time commitment involved of attending chapter meetings and participating in service projects for the school and community. Contributed photo

Cassville High School National Honor Society student members participated in a special ceremony on Wednesday, April 5, to induct 27 students into the prestigious group.

Cassville High School students prepare to be inducted into the CHS Clara Astra Chapter of the National Honor Society in a special ceremony that took place at the school on Wednesday, April 5. Contributed photo
CHS student Emily Sink lights a character candle as part of a NHS ceremony at the high school on Wednesday, April 5. In addition, students Garrett Knight lit the scholarship candle, Coleman Hoppes, the service candle and Payton Varner, the leadership candle. To become a NHS member, per national guidelines, students must achieve a certain GPA, provide service to their school or community, be good leaders and show good character and high standards of honesty and reliability, courtesy, concern, respect for others and maintain a clean disciplinary record. Members must also attend chapter meetings and participate in service projects to benefit the school and community. Contributed photo