Baldwin County High holds National Honor Society induction ceremony

Posted 3/18/21

BAY MINETTE — Baldwin County High School held a ceremony Monday, Feb. 22 to welcome the newest members of the National Honor School. Due to COVID-19 closing school before the end of the term, …

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Baldwin County High holds National Honor Society induction ceremony

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BAY MINETTE — Baldwin County High School held a ceremony Monday, Feb. 22 to welcome the newest members of the National Honor School. Due to COVID-19 closing school before the end of the term, inductees from the 2019-2020 school year were not able to be recognized until this year. They were joined by the newest members representing 2020-2021.

In total, 117 new members were inducted into the BCHS chapter.

As each new member was inducted, they signed the official membership book. The ceremony concluded with the lighting of the candles and a promenade of members around the room. The four pillars of the academic honor society are to foster scholarship, service, leadership and character.

The induction ceremony was led by NHS officers: Brady Seals, president; Tyler Siggers, vice president; River Bryant, secretary; Brooke Tyree, treasurer; Coalten Glass, historian; Clayton Hutchinson, sergeant-at-arms, Blakeley Norris and Kloei Forbes, event coordinators.

Faculty advisors include Kassandra Robbins, Judy Bridges, Tabetha Shell, Chantelle McPherson, Norleisha Lewis, Donna Johnson, Misty Byrd, Claire Celaya, Amy Boylan, Claire Turner, Diana Geraghty and Betsy Long.