CLARKSVILLE — Family members, students and staff gathered at Clinton-Massie High School recently to celebrate the 51st Annual National Honor Society Induction Ceremony.
NHS advisor Christopher Few welcomed guests and congratulated students for having earned such an academic accomplishment.
As the ceremony began, current Honor Society member Nikki Settlemyre spoke about the Light of Knowledge and lit a candle symbolizing that light. Continuing the Light of Knowledge and speaking about the pillars that are the foundation of the honor society, Madison Baker spoke about character, Rachel Cochran scholarship, Kelly Deatherage leadership, and Mary Baldwin service.
During the induction ceremony, friends and family members of influence came forward to honor candidates as they participated in the candle-lighting ceremony. As new members pledged to uphold the Honor Society purpose and to be loyal to their school while maintaining high stands of character, scholarship, leadership, and service, members of the Class of 2016 officially passed the torch to the next generation of the Clinton-Massie High School National Honor Society.
The following students were inducted into the Clinton-Massie High School National Honor Society: Bethany Brausch, Jocelyn Burton, Tyler Carter, Kirstin Cordy, Christopher Demler, Jezreel Forand, Aric France, Courtney Gibson, Jonathan Ginn, Alex Hudson, Piper Hurlburg, Cole Isaacs, Hannah Lisle, Angela Miller, Taylor Neace, Preslee Rolf, Chase Sears, Matthew Sell, Ashleigh Sell, Isaiah Turner, Callianna VanPelt, and Celeste Voss.
Following the induction ceremony, new members, along with their families and honored guests, attended a breakfast reception celebration.
Information for this article was provided by Diana Miller, who coordinates communications for several area schools.