At St. Mary’s Dominican High School, 60 students were inducted recently into the National Honor Society (NHS). Membership into the National Honor Society is based on the four pillars: character, scholarship, leadership and service. Eligibility requirements include attending school as a junior or senior, maintaining a minimum 3.75 (A) average, demonstrating volunteer or service hours, preserving an excellent record of behavior in and out of school, participating in leadership roles in co-curricular and/or community activities and a faculty recommendation.
St. Mary’s Dominican High School students inducted into NHS were, front row, from left: Madison Ferguson, Tatum Miller, Madison Robichaux, Emily Hemelt, Mackenzie Paradis, Reilly Spitzfaden, Onyinyechi Okeke, Lucy Hansen, Isabella Fitzmorris and Emily Dominique.Second row: Ella Stolberg, Emily Benvenutti, Hallie Cao, Carly Langford, Sarah Fath, Jenna Pertuit, Alexis Tran, Kristen Dinh, Emily Broussard, Caroline Madden, Kate Nolan and Allie Koenig. Third row: Sydney Raymond, Caroline Ondrusek, Olivia Higgins, Bryce Perkins, Brittany Clark, Sophia Cao, Daja’h Saul, Isabella Brockway, Kate Heller, Audrey Wild and Jenna Essa. Fourth row: Sophie Ross, Olivia Olson, Kamryn Gervais, Rebekah Haas, Layton Perkins, Kaitlyn Dawson, Abigail Morris, Elise Simon and Sophia Forest. Fifth row:Madison Richardson, Mia Pettitt, Makayla Arbelo, Olivia Messina, Kaitlyn Huynh, Claire Garitty, Mary Parker Whisnant, Emma Hoth, Josephine Toso and Kate Thomson. Not pictured: Alecia Augustine, Gracie Bott, Reese Dawson, Holley DellaCroce, Niani Gibson, Grace Hamblin, Shelby Jackson and Abigail Perez. Moderators are Theron Ferry and Mazie Stewart.