Excitement filled the air at Excelsior Springs High School as the newest members of the National Honor Society were inducted in a prestigious ceremony, an event that showcased their dedication to Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character.
The ceremony, held on November 17th, brought together the academic cream of the crop, demonstrating their commitment to excellence. Among the outstanding students honored were Madeline Andreasen, Deagen Barber, Bailee Baxter, Jason Besherse, Cooper Bishop, Keelin Brewer, Bailey Carder, Mackenzie Cole, Jacob Davis, Joshua Goodman, Grayson Grove, Kaitlyn Harris, Audrey Ishmael, Cade Leonhard, Riley Llewellyn, Lily Long, Katelin Mansell, Abby Mayfield, Maycie McLaughlin, Madelyn Meredith, Luke Milledge, Ava Morton, Reese O’Dell, Silas O’Dell, Cole Rhine, Em Rice, Addison Rubey, Scottie Schwab, Lundyn Smith, and Malaya Tedesco.
The National Honor Society (NHS) is a symbol of academic excellence and a commitment to community service. The students who were inducted into this esteemed society have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and a strong dedication to leadership and service within their school and community.
The ceremony not only celebrated the accomplishments of these students but also emphasized the values that the National Honor Society holds dear. As these students embark on their journey as members of the NHS, they carry a commitment to continued excellence in academics, leadership, service, and character.
The Excelsior Springs community looks forward to witnessing the positive impact these students will undoubtedly make, both within the school and beyond, as they continue to embody the principles of the National Honor Society. Congratulations to the inductees on this well-deserved honor!