The Benjamin School’s chapter of the National Honor Society welcomed new members during a Fall ceremony in Benjamin Hall on October 5. Head of School Mr. Dave Faus welcomed attendees to the annual ceremony, applauding those on stage for exemplifying the five pillars of NHS - leadership, knowledge, scholarship, service, and character.
Head of Upper School Fletcher Carr said the annual ceremony is one he looks forward to each year, as it serves as an opportunity to recognize those students who are exceeding in a number of areas that “we as a school seek to teach, model, and inspire.”
Carr’s opening remarks were followed by NHS Advisor and upper school history department chair Sara Misselhorn who led the ceremony’s introduction.
President Matias Saiz led the candlelight ceremony and was joined by fellow chapter officers in inducting new members.
The seven senior inductees, who were elected by a faculty council of five, were chosen for their balanced commitment to the five pillars of NHS.
Congratulations to the newest members of the National Honor Society:
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