Santa Fe Christian National Honor Society inductees

On Oct. 9 the Santa Fe Christian Schools’ chapter of National Honor Society held its third annual induction ceremony, where 29 students were inducted into the society.

National Honor Society recognizes outstanding high school students who demonstrate excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, citizenship, and character.

Students who are members of the National Honor Society pledge to maintain a 4.0 GPA and to be leaders in their school by demonstrating moral character and a servant’s heart.

The inducted members included: Karli Abshier, Jason Anthony, Katie Brown, Brett Buchanan, Robert Cardosa, Aileen Choe, Marie Crommett, Haylie DeFrank, Chelsea Gest, Megan Grosse, Leila Hazery, Karl Holmlund, Andy Huang, Ryan Huffman, Hannah Ippolito, Mallory King, Kelsey Murray, Christa Nelson, Ryan O’Rourke, Keziah Plattner, Kiara Quinn, Callie Renner, Katherine Renner, Jared Tower, Amanda Trexel, Alexandra Vilas, Katelyn Weisenberger, Kara White, and Nicole Wimsatt.

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