FHS Honor Society inducts 88 students

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With their families in attendance, 88 standout students of the high school were celebrated with a special National Honor Society ceremony.

Student class representatives took turns lighting a candle during the program, which was also attended by Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kishore Kuncham and several members of the Board of Education. New inductees’ names were announced, and each student walked onto the stage to receive a NHS medal from Principal Linda Carter. The ceremony culminated with the inductees raising their right hands and pledging to represent the prestigious organization with pride, dignity and respect.

“You are already on the right journey,” Dr. Kuncham said to the students. “You have continued to display the National Honor Society’s pillars of leadership, character, service and scholarship. Continue on this never-ending journey, because these are the pillars of a great and fulfilled life.”