Morgan Brown ‘17 – On Wednesday, November 11th, relatives and friends are invited to Romeo High School to watch the 2015 NHS induction of junior year members. This ceremony celebrates and honors students, praising the hard work, dedication, and charisma that allows them to be accepted.
“NHS teaches you the values of service to your community, keeping up good grades, and working hard,” Quinn Walker ‘16 said.
Many students are thrilled by the idea of including NHS in a college application, as it is a very prestigious club that colleges take into consideration.
“I’m excited for NHS because it will give me good opportunities college-wise while boosting my leadership skills,” Chloe Alverson ‘17 said.
Not only does NHS provide an academic advantage, but also improves socialization and introduces the benefits of volunteering.
“I’m excited for the volunteer service,” Julia Coady ‘17 said. “Helping other people makes me feel good inside.”
Those inducted into NHS are recognized for their high academic standards, and through NHS will build their character with volunteer service. NHS provides an opportunity for students to make parents, the community, and themselves proud.