North Royalton High School Inducts New Members into National Honor Society
On October 7, North Royalton High School (NRHS) inducted the newest members into their National Honor Society (NHS). The ceremony was held in the Performing Arts Center and included a welcome from Emmanuel (Gus) Scaria, current NHS president as well as the singing of the alma mater by North Royalton High School choir members. Scaria, along with Habib Akouri, NHS vice president, and officers Alexandra Doehrmann, Alexis Kovach and Breanna Tamoga spoke to the students about the pillars of leadership, service, scholarship and character. NRHS principal Sean Osborne, led the inductees in the reciting of the pledge. The NRHS PTA sponsored a reception after the ceremony.
Congratulations to the newest members:
Seniors: Noah Argana, Jamie Baran, Kyle Cmich, Casey Felton, Nicole Furio, Keely McQuain, Cassidy Payne, Kelley Ptak, Colin Rush, Michael Singer, Abigail Takitch, Khrystyna Tsybulya.
Juniors: Atheer Amer, Jillian Baracz, Dylan Bellomy, Mackenzie Brunecz, Jake Bulkowski, Owen Butler, Sean Charles, Emily Fassbender, Connor Hain, Paige Heffke, Katelyn Hoffman, Tyler Jenkins, Lindsay Johnstone, Jocelyn Jones, Sakthi Kasi, Emma Kelley, Michael Kelly, Lauren Kotlyn, Abigail Kramer, Christopher Linne, Hayden Miller, Riley Miller, Andrew Osborne, Olivia Pastore, Khushi Patel, Mira Patel, Alexis Raus, Richael Rayen, Breanna Rightnour, Katelyn Sandborn, Elza Scaria, Emily Shuck, Savannah Skorepa, Tayler Snyder, Adam Swab, Nicholas Taylor, Halle Walker, Julianna Watrobski, Nathan Weagraff, Maelei Williams, Madison Yuzwa, Mariam Zayour.
“Here on an evening set aside to highlight your accomplishments, I want to remind you that you are more than a measure of your accomplishments,” said NHS Advisor Kate West, addressing the current members and new inductees.
Now, more than 90 years later, the National Honor Society has established a reputation for excellence among administrators, faculty members, students, parents, and residents of the school community. This reputation is the result of years of commitment on the part of everyone involved. Through NHS chapter service activities, members maintain and extend the qualities that won them selection. Cresta Mellon and Kate West are the teacher advisors of the NRHS National Honor Society.
“I am proud of our students and how they continuously challenge themselves to accomplish academically,” said Principal Sean Osborne, North Royalton High School. “More importantly, is the manner in which they display the quality of their character. Congratulations to all our current members and new inductees of the NRHS National Honor Society.”