Twenty-two Franklin High School students were inducted into the National Honor Society at a ceremony Tuesday night.
New members included Estella Adams, Jamie Blum, Jennifer Blum, Zachary Boland, Brianna Clark, Cooper Doty, Rilee Hanna, Quinlyn Karns, Eliza Korinko, Nadalie Latchaw, Madison Marsh, Ryan McCandless, Dylan McFadden, Ethan Nightingale, Nathan Pfennigwerth, Caleb Prettyman, Owen Smith, Savana Steigerwald, Brady Umbenhaur, Ethan Umbenhaur, Reston Weismann and Jalen Wood.
In 1921 the National Association of Secondary School Principals founded the National Honor Society just down the road in Pittsburgh.
Over a million students participate in the society based on the four pillars of scholarship, service, leadership, and character.
According to the NHS website the "National Honor Society membership has been the true mark of student achievement for over 100 years, but it goes far beyond a report card. By empowering, championing, and recognizing well-rounded students,"
NHS chapters operate in all 50 states and many schools around the world, engaging and serving more than one million students.
Each year, the average NHS chapter contributes:
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