Berean Christian School held its annual National Honor Society induction ceremony on Monday, Sept. 16. Friends, families and faculty of the 17 new inductees were in attendance to congratulate and support the students’ hard work and academic achievements.
Being an NHS member means accomplishing and maintaining high academic requirements, serving the community and displaying positive character traits — in other words, being a “well-rounded student.”
Inductee candidates listened carefully to the requirements set before them.
The 2013-14 NHS inductees at BCS were: 10th-graders Noah Adams, Madelyn Dwyer, Tyler Goertzen, Amanda Kamp, Emma Krumlauf, Christopher Mauck, Daniel Pinkerman and Christian Tippins; 11th-graders Megan Dwyer, Austin Fyke, Paulina Giron, Ricardo Giron, Shawn Hood, Michael Miller and Susannah Rodriguez; and 12th-graders Celia Fernandez and Tiffani Hammond. This was one of the largest groups to be inducted into the National Honor Society at Berean Christian School.
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ABOVE: (Front row) Megan Dwyer, Celia Fernandez, Emma Krulauf, Tiffani Hammond, Amanda Kamp, Madelyn Dwyer and Christian Tippins; (back row) Austin Fyke, Tyler Goertzen, Shawn Hood, Ricardo Giron, Michael Miller, Paulina Giron, Susannah Rodriguez and Daniel Pinkerman.