New National Honor Society members pose at their induction ceremony. Photo provided
New National Honor Society members pose at their induction ceremony. Photo provided

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AHS inducts 21 into National Honor Society

Published 2:10pm Saturday, November 9, 2013

Twenty-one new members were inducted into Austin High School’s National Honor Society on Oct. 21, 2013. New members include Trista Akkerman, Anna Bachmeier, William Bartemes, Abby Bickler, Quin Brunner, McKenna Gleisner, Kendall Hull, Shane Johannsen, Madeline Kinney, Karla Kubesh, Timofey Malakhov, Giancarlo Marconi, Katherine Maxa, Bailey Mueller, Sydney Murphy, Sawyer Myers, Matthew Retterath, Natalie Sayles, Alexandra Smith, Sophia Thoen and Emma Weikum. These students join our current senior members Tyler Amick, Andrew Baker, Grace Berke, William Bjorndal, Kristen Carlson, Erin Dankert, Sela Fadness, Merideth Fritz, Joseph Grabau, Victoria Grev, Justin Hansen, Ethan Johnson, Jacob Kempen, Michael Kroymann, Noah Leuer, Olive McDermott, Mark Mizrachi, Taylor Sharp, Elizabeth Sheldon, Jiyoon Shin, Kristine Snyder, Matthew Tylutki and Rachel Wahlert.

The National Honor Society is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, National Honor Society serves to honor students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, character and service. Austin High School has a very active membership, performing more than 1,000 service hours each year in addition to demonstrating leadership qualities and maintaining a minimum 3.6 grade point average.

 


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