Tewksbury High Inducts New Members Into National Honor Society
Mar 13, 2019 10:17AM
● By Bill Gilman
Tewksbury High School.
Tewksbury Memorial High School is pleased to announce the names of the students who were recently inducted into the National Honor Society.
Juniors and seniors who have a GPA of 3.8 (it is weighted on a 4.5 scale), complete 35 hours of community service by the end of their junior year, provide character references, demonstrate leadership potential, and participate in a variety of school and community activities are considered for membership.
"We are very proud of our students," Dustine Puma, TMHS History teacher and NHS advisor, said in a release. "I am so inspired and impressed by their talents and accomplishments. Not only is NHS made up of a variety of students who excel in academics, athletics and the arts, it is a community of generous, caring and respectful kids."
The National Honor Society Induction Ceremony was held Tuesday, March 12, in the Dr. Christine L. McGrath Performing Arts Center at Tewksbury Memorial High School with a reception for students, family and faculty members afterwards.
Current NHS Members of the Class of 2019 - Seniors (Eighty-one)
Aklilu Aron, Treasurer
Sofia El Hakim
Matthew Fronduto, Vice President
Rosalyn Impink, Secretary
Michael Labriola III
Grace Morris, Co-President
Colton Rusch, Co-President
Tewksbury Memorial High School's National Honor Society Inductees for 2018-2019 are:
Incoming Seniors – Class of 2019 (Four)
Incoming Juniors – Class of 2020 (Sixty-four)
Diego Carneiro Monteiro