Last week, hard-work and dedication paid off for some of our highest-achieving Rams as they were inducted into National Chinese Honor Society (NCHS) and National Honor Society (NHS) in a joint candle-lighting ceremony in the Science Park Campus Theater.
National Chinese Honor Society
National Chinese Honor Society (NCHS) is a select group of high school students that promotes and recognizes those who demonstrate citizenship, leadership, and community service in studying the Chinese language. Students selected to join the society are considered role models in the area of Chinese studies, have taken Chinese language for at least four semesters, and have a GPA of at least 3.6.
National Honor Society
Created in 1921, the National Honor Society (NHS) is an organization which inducts students who demonstrate the highest levels of scholarship, service, leadership, and character in their studies. Students selected for the AISG National Honor Society are role models and leaders from grades ten, eleven, and twelve who maintain a GPA of 3.6 or higher.
During the induction ceremony, current NCHS and NHS members introduced defining traits and achievements of each new inductee before introducing them into their honor societies. A candle was lit for each of the 15 new members of the National Honor Society and each of the 10 new members of the National Chinese Honor Society. Parents and family members of the newly inducted members made their way on stage one by one to present their student with a ceremonial membership pin.
Help in congratulating these Rams for their accomplishments and induction into these two prestigious honor societies.