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22 Goretti students inducted into National Honor Society

January 21, 2013
  • Front row, from left, Sarah Gross, Gabriella Sottile, Taylor James, Anne Marie Sullivan, Keeley Scott, M. Sadiq Asad and Wyatt Derr. Middle row, Stacey Dougher, Iqra Waseem, Isabel Divinagracia, Francis Nooney, Simon Wroblewski, Morgan Kenworthy and Matthew Casto. Back row, Demitr Gweh, Luke Daigneault, Ian Fairley, Matthew McDermott, Patrick Jones, Brendan Bush, Robert Lison and Casey Bartholomew.
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St. Maria Goretti High School held a ceremony in December to induct 22 new members into its National Honor Society.

The new members include the following juniors:

M. Sadiq Asad, Casey Bartholomew, Brendan Bush, Matthew Casto, Isabel Divinagracia, Stacey Dougher, Ian Fairley, Sarah Gross, Demitré Gweh, Taylor James, Patrick Jones, Morgan Kenworthy, Robert Lison, Matthew McDermott, Keeley Scott, Gabriella Sottile, Anne Marie Sullivan, Iqra Waseem, and Simon Wroblewski.

Seniors Luke Daigneault, Wyatt Derr and Francis Nooney also were inducted.

Honor society members pledge to uphold the principles of scholarship, leadership, service and character. To become a member, students must achieve a 3.7 grade-point average and be approved by a faculty committee. The students selected are academic and moral leaders who contribute significantly to their school and community. 

Members participate in service projects such as Habitat for Humanity work days and  tutoring on campus. 

The chapter holds fundraisers throughout the year for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, the Vikram Kodali Scholarship and to support a local family in need at Christmas.

Goretti is a college preparatory, coeducational, Catholic school off Oak Hill Avenue in Hagerstown.

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