The Chant

Carrying the ceremony in its entirety, seniors with Tara Anastasoff and Jared Nolen lead the induction ceremony to the National Honors Society as co-presidents. Advisers Nena Tippens and Jennifer Johnson helped the ceremony run smoothly, leaving junior inductees and graduating senior members satisfied with the welcomes and goodbyes.

NHS: Farewell seniors; hello juniors!

Angela Canales, Reporter, Photographer
May 3, 2019
NC’s National Honor Society (NHS) recently started accepting donations towards March of Dimes, an organization that helps improve the health of mothers and their children. All donations will go towards any research to help prevent premature birth and any birth defects. Find an NHS member with a purple bucket and donate your loose change today!

Purple buckets galore

Maddie Dean, Reporter, Photographer
April 18, 2019
Juniors Reagan Beech and Ashley Skaggs received yellow roses from National Honor Society (NHS) as a congratulatory invitation into the club. “NHS will allow us to further become involved in our school and community,” Skaggs said. NHS, an organization that encourages students to become leaders in their communities, distributed roses to new members today in order to formally welcome the new club members. “When the opportunity a-rose, I was thrilled,” Beech said.

NHS welcomes new members with yellow roses

Lainey Devlin, Reporter, Photographer
April 11, 2019
NC’s chapter of National Honor Society (NHS) kicked off their second meeting of the year by showing off their blue club t-shirts. The club meets on the first Friday morning of every month and participate in monthly service projects around the community. In September and October, members will assist Horizon Baseball at Kennworth Park to play ball with special needs members in the community. “We’ll rotate about 12 games where we go and help them out, and then next month we’re going to do a clean-up with them,” NHS sponsor Mrs. Tippens said.

Wearing blue and loving it

Nati Duron, Photographer
September 7, 2018
Senior members and new inductees gathered in the new theater for the annual National; Honors Society Pinning ceremony. Senior leadership members lit the candles symbolizing the 4 pillars of NHS: scholarship, service, leadership, and character. “I'm excited about the community service and the leadership but lighting the candle might be really weird,” junior Rebekah Geil said.

Pinning with pride: NHS ceremony goes off without a hitch

Morgan Brown, Ad manager, Public relations manager
May 9, 2018
Following their annual inductions, NHS members started collecting donations for March of Dimes. The organization raises money to provide affordable care for mothers and their children, fighting for advancements in maternal care and working to reduce the amount of premature births in America. Students who want to donate can find collectors carrying purple buckets marked with the March of Dimes logo.

Donate to March of Dimes

Nadya Awino, Photo Editor
April 18, 2018
Students who were accepted into National Honors Society were presented with a rose today, Thursday April 12. Members participate in volunteer projects to positively affect the community and encourage other students to join. The first meeting will take place on April 17.

“Will you accept this rose?”

Rachel Maxwell, Social Media Manager, Reporter
April 12, 2018
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