National Honor Society Induction

Amanda Ibarra, Staff Writer

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The National Honor Society inducted its brand new Juniors and Senior members on December 7th, 2017. This prestigious organization is established to recognize students who demonstrate excellence in all the four pillars. The pillars include scholarship, service, leadership and character. Here at Coral Reef Senior High, the National Honor Society organization has been acknowledging students who display academic excellence for a long time.

Our hardworking board for the 2017-2018 school year include: Paloma Aisenberg-President, Amanda Bello- Vice President, Alanis Diaz- Treasurer, Francine Vazquez-Secretary, Alissa Concepcion- Historian, Nicholle Courrejolles- Event Coordinator and Ms. Medina is the supervisor.

“I’m very grateful and honored to have been chosen for this position! Working along my extremely caring and supportive board was incredible, and I feel our hard work for the ceremony paid off!” said Paloma.

The ceremony began with delicate music in the background, performed by our violinists from orchestra as the friends and family were settling in. At 7:00 pm the new inductees walked in and sat down; the board gave few words and then Paloma, the NHS President, presented the guest speaker of the night. Danielle Levine Cava, Commissioner of District 8, she spoke very powerful words, reminding the audience to always stay humble and to always remember where you came from.

After that moving address, it was time to welcome the new NHS members. One by one the inductees were called onto the stage, where they acquired a yellow rose along with a candle. After everyone was called, all the inductees were standing side by side around the auditorium, awaiting for their cue to light the candles. As the board recited their last words, the inductees were instructed to light the candle. With honor and pride, everyone lit their candles and officially became members of the National Honor Society.

A special thanks to Ms. Medina, the board, along with other NHS members who  contributed in order to make this induction ceremony a memorable event for years to come.

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National Honor Society Induction