New NHS members inducted


Keenan Schember

NHS inductees sign the official NHS ledger and receive their certificates.

Jimmy Youngblut, Staff Writer

Every year, many juniors and seniors receive a letter in the mail letting them know that they are eligible to apply for the prestigious group know as National Honor Society. National Honor Society, or NHS, is a group of BSM students that have shown a large involvement in school activities while maintaining a GPA been involved in the school of 3.5 or higher. Throughout the year, NHS serves the BSM community through a tutoring service and various beneficial events, such as the Blood Drive.

The recognition and induction of new NHS members was held on November 3 in the BSM Hamburg theater. “The NHS induction ceremony is a formal event, and we want all students to represent BSM and the honorable students they are,” said Rob Epler, the National Honor Society advisor and Senior High Latin teacher. The evening will include the lighting of candles, songs, and the signing of the NHS ledger by each of the inductees.