The Hun School of Princeton chapter of the National Honor Society inducted 38 new members last night in a ceremony that included Fran Held '83 as the keynote speaker.
Ms. Held serves as executive director of Mitzvah Circle Foundation, a nonprofit organization based in Harleysville, Pa. that provides material support to individuals and families dealing with crisis, poverty, serious illness, and homelessness.
The National Honor Society recognizes students across the country for outstanding scholarship, leadership, service, and character. To be eligible for membership, an applicant must be a full-time student in grades 10, 11, or 12 with a minimum GPA of at least 85; have demonstrated leadership both in and out of the school; show a commitment to community service; and maintain a record of distinguished character that shows integrity, respect, commitment, trust, and kindness.
The 2018 National Honor Society inductees are:
Grade 10 Xindi (Elinda) Wang Devon Pasieka Khushi Agrawal Renee Nearing Junle Richard Chen Elizabeth Ji Anna Marie Heiser Ashleigh Patasnick Mei von Kaenel
Grade 11 Lea Tarzy Darby Shaw Mehar Bajwa Ping (Anastasia) He Kathleen McCoy Jasneev Kaur Rose Denommee Sydney Maurer Katherine Checo Ziyang (Vicky) Zhu Virginia Venizelos Scott Reicheg Fanjia Yan Brian Spencer Qi (Connie) He Jacob Fradkin Jackson Rho Emma Caforio Nithya Borra Kelly Liu
Grade 12 Oliver Adam Kearns Caroline Connolly Kobimdi Iheoma Grace Werosta Myles Bostic Jordan DelOrefice Isabelle Peel Paul Spagnoletti Jr Elizabeth Beers
The Hun School of Princeton is an independent, coeducational, private day and boarding college preparatory school. Student-centered, hands-on learning prepares students for the global community in which they will live and work.