April 18, 2011
Phi Theta Kappa, the national honor society at Hagerstown Community College, recently inducted new members. To be eligible for the honor, students must have a cumulative grade-point average of 3.5 or higher and must have completed 12 credit hours of college-level work at HCC as a full-time student, or 15 credit hours of college-level work at HCC as a part-time student. Big Pool — Daniel Gehr Boonsboro — Shawn Curtis, Sherrie Ellsworth, Gordon Fairman, Jennifer Gearhart, Richard Howe, Chelsea Kershner, Jean Meyers, Christina Russell, Catherine Szuchnicki Clear Spring — Richard Heines, Damara McDonough, William Mull Hagerstown — Edward Anderson, Sarah Arch, Jill Atherton, David Calvert, Katherine Carpio-Pinto, Andrea Ceci, Shawn Clayton, Roberta Dahlgreen, Kelly Dimmick, Migdalia Downs, Amie Eichelberger, David Goldsborough, Matt-hew Hast, Sherrie-Lynn Holloman, Maria Ingles, Syeda Javed, Melissa Jones, Stephanie Jones, Regina Magee, Kristina McCusker, Kari Mellott, Debra Michael, Pamela Newman, Anthony Pence, Merna Pettit, Debra Reed, Chad Russell, Melinda Rypczyk-McTonic, Michael Salguero, Daniel Saunders, Margi Shah, Karen Sharer, Ragan Shaw, Daniel Taylor, Jonathan Tydings, Loraine Viar, Cassandra Wagaman, Wuquing Wang, Melissa Ward, Lashelle Wiggins Hancock — Hannah Creek, Michael Pyles Keedysville — Cornelia Barber, Megan Roberts Sharpsburg — Sean Chapelle Smithsburg...
February 28, 2011
Nine students at Hagerstown Community College recently were inducted into the Maryland Zeta Chapter of Lambda Nu, a national honor society for radiologic and imaging sciences. HCC inductees included Danielle Coyle of Cascade; Brittany Brown and Misty Sanbower, both of Chambersburg, Pa.; Kerri Maus of Hagerstown; Dijana Mitrovic of Lemoyne, Pa.; Jessica Mathis of Mt. Airy, Md.; Danielle Garst of New Windsor, Md.; Michael Draper of South Mountain, Pa.; and Stephanie Crilley of Waynesboro, Pa. To be eligible, students must have a grade-point average of 3.0 or higher, must be enrolled in a radiologic or imaging-sciences program as a full-time student for at least one semester and must demonstrate commitment to the profession.
August 16, 2010
GREENCASTLE, Pa. - The National Honor Society continued the tradition of celebrating the graduating class at Greencastle-Antrim High School with a luncheon, following commencement practice June 11, with help from the senior class representatives and local businesses. Preparation for the event was initiated by NHS junior parents, including Angie Houpt, Martha Coda, Penny Eichelberger, Teresa Zook and Brenda De-Young. Newly inducted NHS juniors, along with parents Penne Baer, Cindy Rudy and Diana Thrush also assisted with the preparations.
May 22, 2010
Richard Alexander "Alex" Aleshire of Williamsport High School has been inducted into the National Society of High School Scholars with a 3.8 grade-point average. Alex, a sophomore, is also a member of the Williamsport High basketball and soccer teams. He is playing club soccer at the Hagerstown Soccer Club, is playing AAU basketball and is playing baseball at Conococheague Senior League. He is the son of Rick and Cheryl Aleshire of Hagerstown. BLACKSBURG, Va. - Nathan Brandt, a graduating senior at Clear Spring High School, is the recipient of a Dean's Scholar Award in the College of Engineering at Virginia Tech.
November 27, 2009
The National Honor Society is the leader among organizations and societies that promote appropriate recognition for students who reflect outstanding accomplishments in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service and character. On Oct. 19, the following high school students were inducted into Broadfording Christian Academy's Colossians 3:17 chapter of the NHS: Rebecca Adams was recognized for her leadership role on the girls' varsity volleyball team at BCA and also for her two mission trips to Guatemala in Central America, where she ministered to underprivileged children, and Galveston, Texas, where she helped with disaster relief efforts.