Bay High School inducts 102 students into National Honor Society

More than 100 Bay High School juniors and seniors were inducted into National Honor Society last month.

On Wednesday, Nov. 15, the Bay High School Chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) inducted 102 new members. The event marked the 83rd annual induction ceremony at Bay High School.

Membership in the National Honor Society is the highest honor that can be bestowed upon a high school student. It is the recognition of outstanding performance in both the classroom and within the community. These students represent the four pillars of NHS: Scholarship, Service, Leadership and Character.

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

"These 102 juniors and seniors represent Bay High School's tradition of excellence in academics, activities and the arts,” said Bay High School Principal Jason Martin. “These students are leaders in our classrooms and in the community. Bay High School is annually recognized as a top high school within Northeast Ohio and throughout the state, and these students' achievements are the foundation of that success."

Karen Uthe Semancik

Karen Misciagna is the director of communications for Bay Village Schools.

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Volume 14, Issue 23, Posted 10:54 AM, 12.06.2022