2021 NHS Induction Ceremony

XHS Set to Induct New Class into National Honor Society
Posted on 12/13/2021
On Thursday, December 16 at 7:00 p.m., Xenia High School will induct the latest class of students into the National Honor Society, celebrating their achievements and commitment to learning and service.

NHS is open to Juniors and Seniors only. To be eligible for National Honor Society, students must have and maintain a GPA of 3.5, have performed a minimum of 25 hours of volunteer service, commit to ongoing service hours each year, and demonstrate good character and leadership.

There are currently 33 Seniors at Xenia High School who are NHS members, and they will be joined by 28 members after the ceremony next week. The ceremony will take place in the Bob Hope Auditorium at Xenia High School, and is open to friends and family members. It will be followed by a brief reception.

The new class of the Xenia High School Chapter of the NHS:
Vincent Baker, Sarah Blanton, Sylvia Bohn, Arison Boswell, Gracee Cassidy, Blayke Dudley, Hazel Dye, Audrey Earp, Ryland Falvey, Nathaniel Fellie, Sophie Hawkins, John-Michael Higgins, Rebecca Hutchins, Sami Klinc, Jaxen Lewis, Kynnydy Lewis, Hiba Loukssi, Kylie McCarren, Tatum McIntire, Colin Pham, Jayden Ramsey, Zachary Salyers, Sarah Scarborough, Kendall Sherman, Grace Smith, Jackson Tate, Paige Webb, Amarie Withers
About National Honor Society
Celebrating its 100th year, the National Honor Society (NHS) is committed to recognizing students for their outstanding academic achievement, service, leadership, and character while providing programs and services that promote their development into exemplary role models. Since its inception in 1921, NHS has been a pioneer among student organizations in the United States by using a unique, forward-thinking lens to recognize students for far more than academia. As we look to the future, NHS will continue to push the boundaries of student development, serving as the champion of student growth and achievement for the entire learning community. 
source: nhs.us