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Second National Honors Society Induction

Srestha Chattopadhyay
The 11 new seniors celebrate their induction to NHS. It’s the largest number of second-round inductees in NHS history.

The National Honors Society (NHS) held its second round of induction for seniors who qualified for the NHS requirements. This tradition is somewhat less known, however, it is a regular practice. After the first semester of one’s junior year, if you are eligible for NHS, you will receive a letter of recommendation. However, if you didn’t fulfill the NHS requirements after the first semester of junior year, be that due to your GPA, extracurriculars, or number of volunteer hours, they now have a chance after the end of the first quarter during their senior year to be inducted into the NHS group. This brings new people to the Northview NHS family building a stronger group.

“Mainly I wanted to be a part of a group that volunteered so much of their time to different events around the school and community. After being a part of DanceGold, I kinda knew I wanted to apply again,” senior Nacho Ortega said. 

NHS will be inducting 11 more members on December 6 in the media center. These seniors are getting added to one of its smallest NHS chapters in years, going from 48 members to a total of 59 members. 

“This is one of the biggest groups of senior inductees I’ve ever had,” NHS Adviser Darla Omey said. 

“We are adding this big group of new senior inductees to an already exceptional group this year,” NHS adviser Karolynn Nowak said. 

Having another round of invitations for NHS gives a sense of comfort that you can bring your GPA up or fix any problems the counsel might have seen. This is a regular practice, so know that if you don’t get accepted during your junior year, you can still get in during your senior year. 

“I’m excited to prove myself that working hard pays off in the long run,” senior Kendall Kleinschmidt said.

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Srestha Chattopadhyay
Srestha Chattopadhyay, Sports Editor
Junior Srestha Chattopadhyay is starting her second year on the The Student Prints as the Sports Editor. Other than being involved in newspaper, Srestha also participates in Science Olympiad, Speech and  Debate, Earth club, Acts of Random Kindness, Orchestra, Student Council, and plays on the Girls’ Varsity Tennis team. Outside of all the time spent in school, Srestha is also involved in the Toledo Symphony Youth Orchestra and robotics. Srestha is an only child and loves reading, hanging out with friends, and working out.

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