Little Miami Junior High Blog

NJHS holds induction ceremony

Posted on: May 10, 2019
photo of honoree

More than 30 Little Miami Junior High students achieved a high academic honor May 13 by being inducted into the National Junior Honor Society.

Students in 7th and 8th grade who have maintained a 3.5 GPA or above and who have exhibited leadership and a commitment to service were selected for the honor. In order to be considered, a student had to complete an application which was then reviewed by a committee made up of LMJH teachers. The committee determined whether students exhibited the Five Pillars of leadership, service, scholarship, citizenship, and character in the classroom. That decision, along with responses on their applications, were final determining factors. 

This is the third year for the National Junior Honor Society after the program restarted after going dormant in 2010. Current members who were inducted last year have a service project that they will need to complete in order to stay with NJHS as current members.

Eighth grade inductees:

Halle Anderson    Shelby Barrett    Hannah Cherry
Libby Gastrich Emily Marlow Kaitlyn Mount
Chloe Strawn Lainey Wiggins  

 

Seventh grade inductees:

Maddie Armentano   Riley Babb    Emma Baker
Owen Benbow Faith Bullock Abigail Burwick
Mia Camp Elise Cooper Kenzie Delanoy
Journey Delanoy Mackenzie Evans Mya Francisco
Mae Frazee Sarah Helphinstine Thomas Hicks
Chandler Huffman Klaudia Jackson Kaidence Jaworowski
Grant Kosobud Emma Linnemann Madeline McCauley
Taylor Mielke Allessandra Patterson   Emma Pinson
Kenadee Rexford Riley Sharp Sierrah Stauffer
Parker Tubbs Oliver Wagoner McKenna Waller