Heritage honors NHS students

November 26, 2012
  • From left, Hannah Gaylor, Brittany Horchner, Benjamin Fultz, Tyler Reese, Ian Rohrbaugh and David Shank.
Submitted photo

Members of Heritage Academy’s chapter of the National Honor Society conducted an induction ceremony Oct. 11.

This year’s inductees, Benjamin Fultz, Hannah Gaylor, Brittany Horchner, Tyler Reese, Ian Rohrbaugh and David Shank, are all members of the sophomore class.

All aspects of the program were under the direction of current honor society members.

Aaron Anderson played “River Flows in You” on the violin for the prelude.

Ben Cosner welcomed guests and began the program with prayer.

Stephen Fultz and Zach Muller led the pledges.

Anderson and Tristan Prejean led the national anthem.

Honor Society President Collin Poyle challenged the inductees to continue strong in the areas of scholarship, leadership, conduct and community service. Poyle also administered the honor society oath and led the candle-lighting service.

During the ceremony Bryce Nigh, Kara Stamper, Anderson and Prejean each explained one of the four qualifications for membership.

Other honor society members assisted in the program.
As Cosner recognized each new member, Nigh read his or her biography, and Kristin Fisler had each inductee sign the membership register.

Stamper and Nicole Gaylor led the audience in singing the Heritage Academy Alma Mater.

Senior Adam Long was asked by the honor society to provide music by singing Ron Hamilton's song, “Faithful Men.”

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