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National Honor Society Welcomes New Members

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The annual Palmetto Christian Academy National Honor Society induction ceremony was held November 20 in the Worship Center. Students and parents of the new members gathered together to celebrate the students' accomplishments.

Clary Vance, NHS chapter adviser, and Anne Gregory Horton, president, planned and led the ceremony. Anne Gregory Horton was assisted by Rachel Jackson, vice-president, and Madison Broach, secretary, and Alyssa Godwin, treasurer, and Benjamin Salem, chaplin. "As president of the National Honor Society, I, along with the other officers and Mrs. Vance, worked hard to make sure the ceremony went smoothly. I could not be more proud of this year's inductees. They are a great class, and I know they will do great things this year in both the school and the community," says Anne Gregory Horton.

Membership in the society is determined by leadership, scholarship, character, service, and citizenship. To be considered for membership, sophomores and juniors must maintain at least a 4.2 GPA and demonstrate strong, admirable characteristics both inside and outside of PCA. National Honor Society chapter is involved in two local service projects in the community - the Ronald McDonald House and Water Missions International. Sophomore, Colin Johnson, describes, "It was an honor to be inducted into NHS and acknowledged for my academic achievements and accomplishments."

Congratulations to our new inductees: Julia Anderson, Rachel Andrews, Reese Baker, Ella Banks, Chase Benfield, Mary Grace Booker, Bella Byham, Paisley Dybowski, Fei Fleury, Colin Johnson, Morgan Kammer, Andrew Lamm, Maggie O'Hanley, Charlee Olson, David Pabst, Thomas Patrick, Trinity Rocha, Kaden Sorensen, Will Vandergrift, Lexi Walker, AnnaJaye Walters, Bess Weinheimer, and Hannah ZumBrunnen.

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Senior Class Attends Apologetics Conference at Charleston Southern University

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On Friday, high school Bible teachers, Chris Kuzdale and Quinn Disrud, along with the senior class traveled to Charleston Southern University to attend the Endure Conference. This year, the annual apologetics conference, hosted by CSU's College of Christian Studies, dove in and dissected the call of Christians in relationships of all kinds. The topics discussed varied from the importance of a Christ-centered family to friendship and relationship advice.

Personally, I found the Endure Conference to be a reminder of the call to live out the love of Christ in all areas and aspects of my life. The discussion regarding friendships emphasized the necessity of God honoring friends who build me up and challenge me in my faith. The senior class thoroughly enjoyed and learned from the professors and discussions that occurred at the conference.

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