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Students are Inducted into the Lindbergh High School Chapter of the National Honor Society

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This past Thursday, around 30 Lindbergh High School sophomores and juniors were inducted into the Lindbergh section of the National Honor Society. After a lot of hard work and a rigorous application process, this occasion sparked an intense feeling of pride in the selected students.

Reflecting on the event, students recall how happy and honored they felt.

“First, we sat in the seats right in front of the stage and it was incredible. Then, Mrs. Gelvin gave a speech, along with a few board members and teachers. After that, , we individually walked across the stage, signed the book, and got a membership pin. I felt very proud of myself since being a part of NHS is very hard to achieve,” Hannah Dipple (10) said.

For these students, they feel their hard work all throughout their high school career is paying off and that they are achieving great things through this society.

The inductees also felt a sense of empowerment upon being inducted.

“Getting inducted into NHS was exciting because we got to meet all the other new members and it’s also empowering to know that I’m one of the people the teachers chose out of a limited number of spots. I applied because it’s a great club to be a part of and it feels good to be in,” Sejal Krell (10) said.

For the members of the National Honor Society, their induction is a big deal and serves as a major milestone in their life. The induction may of felt amazing for new inductees, but how did it feel for outgoing seniors?

“Inducting the new NHS members was amazing, it was sort of like the senior’s last hoorah. All throughout my presidency, I’ve been looking forward to it. It felt pretty cool to read off the names of the new members because I remember when I was a sophomore getting inducted it was really exciting. My time in NHS was a very positive experience. It was an amazing leadership role that fit well with all the other clubs and activities I am a part of,” Natalie Gibson (12) said.

For both new inductees and for outgoing seniors, the induction ceremony was a special ceremony that meant a lot to both groups for several differing and coinciding reasons.

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