Fall semester sees 17 students inducted into the GPA chapter of the National Honor Society in an induction ceremony October 16th. This is the start of a journey for these students.
After years of work to maintain a 94 average throughout high school, and perform over 8 hours of community/school service per semester, the inductees now become official members of the nationally recognized organization known as NHS.
GPA has over 40 total students in its’ NHS, including 17 new members, which
is over 20% of our total student population (196 high school students). These students will have the chance throughout their high school career to experience unsurpassed service and leadership opportunities.
NHS Inductees for Fall 2017 are Claire Bullington, Isaiah Cavanaugh, Nate Crosier, Evan Gordon, Max Hedman, Lauren Kelley, Hannah Kinney, Drew Moore, Nolan Parker, Sage Post, Samuel Prather, Alli
son Ray, Hannah Scarborough, Bradley Scott, Roman Scott, Chandler Tolliver, and Harrison Young. They are joined by Officers Brendan Waller, Marissa Gates, Jessica Friberg, Brock Potenzo, Garret Page, and Kay Lee Sedwick, along with members John Bearrie, Elijah Cavanaugh, Molly Davis, Emily Brudi, Travis Fletcher, Trey Garcia, Sam Hall, Nathan Holm, Josh Holm, Becca McClean, Evelyn Morgan, Carson Pinon, Antonia Swenson, Collin Steffens, Emily Watson, Chandler Wilberding, Matthew Walraven,
Incoming students and families were treated to a formal dinner, served by current NHS members, at the candlelight induction ceremony held in the GPA Auditorium this week. There will be another induction in the spring semester.