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National Honor Society Proudly Inducts New Members

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Congratulations to our 2018-19 National Honor Society Inductees! Our newest members were inducted just prior to the Thanksgiving break into this premier organization which recognizes outstanding high school students across the nation.  NHS Advisor, Bill Schenkel, and NHS officers officially inducted each new member and challenged them to continue the path of active involvement in education and the community.

"This is a school honor which shows a total commitment to hard work to reach an academic goal," says Mr. Schenkel. "The pillars of NHS are Scholarship, Service, Leadership and Character."

Congratulations to the following inductees: Madison Broach, Abby Buckingham, Ellaree Estes, Benjamin Fauteux, Tyler Fragola, Alyssa Godwin, Ansley Gresh, Olivia Horne, Katelyn Howard, Rachel Jackson,  Adam Kasian, Olivia Martin, Emma Matthews, Gabe Moser, Grace Nims, Gabi Noce, Ava Romfo, Carson Rourk, Connor Rourk, Olivia Seitz, Cameron Sheets, Wyatt Shogren, Eliza Sloan, David Swift and Erin Wayman. 

National Honor Society chapter is involved in two major service initiatives in the community.. the  Lowcountry Pregnancy Center Walk for Life in the fall and Water Missions International's Walk for Water in the spring.

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Chick-fil-A Leader Academy Members Enjoy Kickoff Experience

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28 of our high school students are serious about taking their leadership skills to a higher level. That's why they applied and were accepted into the Chick-fil-A Leader Academy.. a national leader program that provides students the platform they need to transform their schools and impact their communities.  

In last week's Kickoff Experience, Chick-fil-A Leader Academy participants were busy packing care kits and writing personal thank you notes for our service members deployed overseas. 

During this 7-month curriculum, participants will learn about vision and values, servant leadership, innovation and teamwork.. then together they will create and lead an impact project in our community.  

Freshman Rachel Andrews says she is looking forward to learning how to be a better leader by connecting with her peers and the community, "I think it's important to serve because you can really make a change in your community and help someone in need and you feel better when you give back to others." 

We are incredibly thankful for our Chick-fil-A sponsor Josh Malone! Without his support, this opportunity would not be available for our students! 

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