2019 Induction Ceremony
The Everett High School (EHS) chapter of the National Honor Society held its 51st annual Induction Ceremony on Thursday, March 28 inside the EHS Auditorium.
The National Honor Society (NHS) is a nationwide organization founded in 1921 by the National Association of Secondary Principals. Selection is based on four criteria: Scholarship, leadership, service, and character. In addition to meeting high academic standards, the NHS requires members to volunteer to the community, school, or other organizations.
The EHS advisors to the NHS are Margaret Thurbide and Sarah Simmons. NHS Committee members are Wayne Bailey, William Bertocchi, and Amelia Linehan. Mr. Bailey gave the keynote address during Thursday’s induction ceremony.
The pledge of allegiance was led by student Molly Solano, while Fernanda Aiala and Ava Labella performed the national anthem.
The NHS Officers are: President Joshua Powers, Vice President Carolina Penaflor, Secretary Karen Aldana, Treasurer Steven Le, and Historian Victoria Do.
National Honor Society Pledge
“I pledge to maintain my high scholastic standing, to hold as fundamental and worthy an untarnished character, to endeavor intelligently and courageously to be a leader, and to give myself freely in service to others. In doing so, I shall prove myself worthy of a place in the National Honor Society.”
The 2019 inductees of the EHS National Honor Society:
Raphael Da Silva
Iza De Souza
Gabriel Richard DosSantos
Germina Jean Baptiste
Yasmin Melendez Castro
Marisol Palencia Pinto
Lorena Rocha De Souza
Lorrayne Rocha De Souza
Desiree Ruiz Ramoz
Zachary Sylvain Lamontagne
Jennifer Zepeda Lones