BHS students inducted into National Honor Society
On Sunday, April 28, several Blackwell High School juniors and seniors were inducted into the National Honor Society, an historic academic organization honoring outstanding scholarship, community service, leadership, and character in American high schools. Only students who are in the top 15 percent of their graduating class are inducted each year.
Those who were inducted into NHS were: Emily Ashford, Blake Bergman, Tanner Botts, Kendall Burtner, Brytney Cassady, Harley Cassady, Jocelyn Colvin, Barbara Cooper, Julie DeWitt, Drew Dollarhide, Merik Edgar, Dailyn Emery, Lauren Fleshman, Carson Garrett, Katie Green, Kailyn Greenhagen Brittany Harth, Paige Henderson, Malia Johns, Madison Kincaid, Wyatt Kiser, Mia Miller, Emily Mireles, Emma Morrill, Cooper Orr, Adriana Palomares, Sharon Park, Trey Peetoom, Collin Prince, Emmaleigh Scism, Worthy Shepherd, Noah Smith, Kori Travis, Kent Tripp, and Carson Turner.
Seniors who received cords for high school graduation were: Blake Bergman, Raevyn Bonewell, Maggie Brown, Brytney Cassady, Cameron Clark, Julia Denney, Julie DeWitt, Lauren Fleshman, Jordan Green, Kailyn Greenhagen, Anna Hague, Madelyn Hankins, Marissa Hill, Gracey Lang, Mason Leatherman, Megan Lewis, Karah McCleary, Maricela Murray, Trey Peetoom, Madison Swafford, Carson Turner, and Mary Wetmore.
The induction ceremony was held in the study center at BHS. Amy Haskins is the adviser of the program.
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