Clifton High School Inducts 81 students into the National Honor Society
81 Clifton High School students were inducted into the National Honor Society Tuesday evening in the high school auditorium. Accompanied by the CHS brass band, Clifton Board of Education commissioners, district and school administration, and a host of parents and family, these students were honored with a great ceremony.
The National Honor Society, established in 1921, is based on these four pillars: Leadership, Character, Scholarship, and Service. Membership is selective and candidates must demonstrate their proficiency or participation in each of these four categories. This year's 81 inductees have proven themselves to be excellent students and engaged and involved citizens in our community. All students inducted received a certificate and an NHS pin.
Superintendent Dr. Danny A. Robertozzi, Board of Education president Jim Smith, and CHS Principal Ahmad Hamdeh all delivered remarks describing the high level of achievement these students have earned. They encouraged students to take pride in this accomplishment and to recognize its significance in their academic careers. National Honor Society Advisory Board officers also delivered speeches defining each pillar of the society. The Advisory Board (made up of senior students inducted last year) includes Remy Dubac, Kaylee Unis-Hinojosa, Shivam Mehta, Krish Shah, Jenan Yousef, Mia Gaunt, and Krishi Patel.
Congratulations to each of the new inductees; you make CHS and the greater Clifton community proud.