BHS inducts 87 students into National Honor Society

Bay High School National Honor Society President Reegan O'Leary greets the 87 students who were recently inducted into NHS. Due to COVID-19, the ceremony was streamed on the school's YouTube channel.

On Nov. 9, the Bay High School Chapter of National Honor Society inducted 87 new members. The ceremony was broadcast on the Bay High Live YouTube Channel with parts pre-recorded so each student could safely be honored. Families were able to livestream the event, hosted by Bay High School principal Jason Martin. This event marked the 81st annual induction ceremony at Bay High School.

Membership in National Honor Society is the highest honor that can be bestowed on a high school student. It is the recognition of outstanding performance in both the classroom and the community. 

“These students truly represent the principles of character, scholarship, leadership and service,” said Kathryn McCarthy, Bay High School’s National Honor Society advisor. “It is my privilege to serve with them as their advisor.”

Karen Uthe Semancik

Karen Uthe Semancik is the communications director for Bay Village Schools.

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Volume 12, Issue 23, Posted 10:04 AM, 12.01.2020