Bahrain School students inducted into National Honor Society

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Manama, May 15 (BNA): Bahrain School Dilmun Chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) has hosted an induction ceremony for its newest members.

 

NHS President Joe Camuso welcomed the 24 students from grades 10-12 as well their family members and teachers to the induction ceremony held under strict COVID-19 regulations.

 

Officers and members Camryn Whiteside, Kareem Abdallah, Peter Sullivan, and Molly Mince lit candles and spoke of the Four Pillars of NHS - Scholarship, Leadership, Character and Service.

 

They also handed certificates to each new member, signifying the student-led welcome and nature of the society.

 

After the new members received their membership certificates, School Principal Shana Seawright spoke about the importance of being true to the values instilled by the NHS pledge.

 

She encouraged the students to continue in their leadership capacities and to be true to themselves. 

 

NHS Chapter Advisor Annette Bagley completed the ceremony with inspiring closing remarks and invited the students and family members to share congratulatory wishes with one another.

 

“It was a wonderful event at Bahrain School and fitting to be celebrated on Mother’s Day as we honor mothers for all their dedication and service to others,” Secondary Assistant Principal Bernadine Camuso said.