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WDHS Inducts 101 Into National Honor Society

From A to Z, find out who made the cut as the newest members of West Deptford High School's National Honor Society.

On Monday evening, West Deptford High School held its annual National Honor Society induction ceremony in the school auditorium.

This year, there were 101 new inductees into the group. All of the students walked in together and had their names read individually as well.

Also speaking the ceremony was West Deptford Schools Superintendent Kevin Kitchenman, Director of Curriculum and Instruction Kristin O'Neill and West Deptford High School Principal Brian Gismondi. West Deptford High School also honored Julia Holloway as the school's Special Education Teacher of the Year for 2011-12.

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Below is the full list of students who were inducted in the NHS on Monday night.

  • James John Albert
  • Gregg David Anderson
  • MacKenna Christian Angert
  • Bridget Erin Arseneau
  • Maxwell Chandler Bailey
  • Jack Furey Baldwin
  • Gezelle Anne Balolong Bambalan
  • Colleen Rose Beck
  • Richard Allexander Bethke
  • Jake Paul Bilodeau
  • Jaclyn Mae Bird
  • Rory McIntyre Bonner
  • Brooke Ashlyn Brown
  • Morgan Michelle Brown
  • Mackenzie Amelia Carney
  • Victoria Cecchi
  • Rachel E Champagne
  • Brian Chen
  • Kevin Matthew Cianfarini
  • Daniel Daley-Montgomery
  • Lauren Katherine Datz
  • Michael James Davis
  • Jennifer Marie Dean
  • Justin Theodore DeMareo
  • Joseph Michael Diaco
  • Dai'jah Aaliyah Diggs
  • Julian Everett Downing
  • Hannah Lynn Dunn
  • Patrick Ryan Ennis
  • Caitlin Rose Fenning
  • Amanda Nicole Feriozzi
  • Morgan Katherine Gilligan
  • Julie Marie Gotchel
  • Kristopher Edward Green
  • Stephanie Angelia Groves
  • Katherine Eva Guest
  • Justin Anthony Hansen
  • Rachel Lynn Hesser
  • Alexander Wolfgang
  • Hilbmann
  • Amanda Hojnowski
  • Leanne Mary Jerzewski
  • Dale Russell Johnson
  • Marthalyn G. Johnson
  • Sarah Nicole Johnstone
  • Shannon Airial Jordan
  • Lily Elisabeth Kalczewski
  • Millicent Joy Kipp
  • Megan Kelly Knoblock
  • Rachel Marie Krott
  • Melissa Anne McCole
  • Michael Robert McKendry
  • Alyssa Marie McLaney
  • Kelly M McSorley
  • Kelly Lynn Meagher
  • Megan Elizabeth Monaghan
  • Abigail Joan Munns
  • Shannon Sinclair Neary
  • Ethan Patrick Nicholas
  • Rachel Nicholas
  • Alexandria Erin Parker
  • Elizabeth Anne Pass
  • Ashleigh Lynn Peterson
  • Alexa Bryn Petracci
  • Keriann Elizabeth Pfleger
  • Brianna D. Pierce
  • Kimberly Nicole Pierce
  • Sydney Leigh Ponto
  • Colin Vincent Quinn
  • Deanna Marie Richards
  • Casey Noelle Roetz
  • Brooke Marjorie Romaine
  • David Sacco
  • Brianna J Santarelli
  • Nicole Marie Shaw
  • Matthew Griffey Shinkle
  • Molly Elizabeth Simmons
  • Connor David Smith
  • Alyssa Nicole Sorrentino
  • James M Sousa
  • Erika Louann Sprague
  • Alexandra Stuchel Standish
  • Jordan Taylor Stanek
  • Tyler Matthew David Strano
  • Megan Catherine Sullivan
  • Kellianne Tachdjian
  • Cassandra Anne Terranova
  • Claudia Leigh Theriault
  • Regina Marie Tighe
  • Thuongvu Tran
  • Christa Bettina Tropiano
  • Dahlia June VanDorick
  • Zachary Ryan Wakeley
  • Jacqueline Brooke Wallowitch
  • Madelyn Ann Waschko
  • Summer Joy Wenzel
  • Justin Robert Widener
  • Allison Nicole Wierzbicki
  • Benjamin Zachariah Wilner
  • Morrell Alexander Wolf V
  • Dustin Gregory Zuzulock
concerned November 21, 2012 at 02:06 PM
101 kids?! How many are in each class, 160? Why don't they call it the "National Society"
Lauren Burgoon November 21, 2012 at 02:16 PM
I believe it's more like 225 in each class at WDHS. Remember this list includes juniors and seniors.
John November 21, 2012 at 03:38 PM
That also means that each student met the grade qualifications to do so. Every family and child should be proud of their accomplishments. For a child to qualify they need to meet these requirements: For NHS, membership is open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors who have attended the school for the equivalent of one semester (or as accepted by the local Faculty Council per powers granted in Article IX, Section 1) and who have a cumulative scholastic average of 85 percent, B, 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale), or the equivalent standard of excellence.
claire gibbs November 21, 2012 at 03:58 PM
On the list of NHS names, it's Rachel Lynn Hesser. She is listed as Lynn Hesser. Thanks!
Lauren Burgoon November 21, 2012 at 04:08 PM
Thanks Claire, it's fixed now.
ThomasJefferson November 21, 2012 at 05:40 PM
Congrats to all these hard working young adults. Keep moving forward, you can make this a better world!

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