Greenwich High School Inducts Largest Group of New Members into National Honor Society

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Greenwich High School National Honor Society induction ceremony, Oct. 26, 2015. Credit: Asher Almonacy

On Monday Night Greenwich High School held its annual induction ceremony of new members to the Greenwich High School Chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS). The ceremony was held in the newly constructed performing arts center.

AsherSergéPhotography-8871This year The National Honor Society announced its largest group ever in Greenwich High School history, with 221 students inducted on October 26.

The Greenwich High School Chapter of the National Honor Society is also known as the “Phi Beta Kappa” of the high school. Student must achieve a cumulative grade point average of 3.6 or higher for membership eligibility. Selection is based on evidence of scholarship, leadership, character and service.

Members of the National Honor Society are expected to tutor students in need of academic assistance. They also volunteer in the greater Greenwich community.

Newly inducted students in the GHS National Honor Society. Credit: Asher Almonacy

Newly inducted students in the GHS National Honor Society. Credit: Asher Almonacy

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Greenwich High School Headmaster Chris Winters at the induction ceremony for new members of the National Honor Society. Credit: Asher Almonacy

 

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Dr. Ernest Fleishman, retired Greenwich Schools Superintendent, beside Dr. Winters, ready to congratulate a member of the GHS National Honor Society, Oct. 26, 2015. Credit: Asher Almonacy

 

The National Society Pledge

I pledge myself to uphold

The High purposes of the National Honor Society

To which I have been elected

Striving in every way

By work and deed

To make its ideals

The ideals of my school

And of my life

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