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Students inducted into National Honor Society

The Hamilton High School Chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) inducted 40 juniors and seniors Oct. 22 at a ceremony in the Hamilton Fine Arts Center.

NHS membership is based on scholarship, leadership, service and character. Students must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 and meet standards of co-curricular activities, community activities, community service and leadership requirements. In addition, inductees must provide four letters of recommendation from teachers and community members, attesting to their outstanding character and demonstrated leadership. Students inducted were:

  • Olukemi Ajibola
  • Mary Biron
  • Miranda Buschke
  • Angela Christman
  • John Decker
  • Shannon Duenow
  • Abby Eimermann
  • Zachary Emberts
  • Danielle Emmer
  • Stephanie Englert
  • Bess Farley
  • Arianne Foster
  • Katie Gielow
  • Alyssa Gray
  • Halley Greeneway
  • Kaitlyn Jacobi
  • Kim Jobke
  • Lauren Kelty
  • Shantelle Kind
  • Alexandra Koelbl
  • Jessica Koepnick
  • David Kuehn
  • Betty Liang
  • Rebekah Melsheimer
  • Allison Michalek
  • Jaclyn Michl
  • Ashley Mueller
  • William Noelck
  • Jennifer Potratz
  • Liane Rakow
  • Holly Rindfleisch
  • Stephanie Rossman
  • Rachel Saeger
  • Andrea Salus
  • Kristin Souvigny
  • Chelsea Spangenberg
  • Katie Speckin
  • Yoana Taseva
  • Chinou Vang
  • Stephen Wright

Members of the 2007-08 Hamilton NHS Executive Board are Danielle Schoner, president; Angela Zeng, vice president; Bethany Canales, secretary; Samantha Runingen, treasurer; Michelle Zapf, historian; Lindsey Burleson, parliamentarian; and Katie Doyle, public relations officer. World languages teacher Robin Tessereau is the faculty advisor.