Oak Harbor High School inducted 25 juniors and seniors into its esteemed chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) on Thursday, Nov. 30. The induction ceremony, a testament to the students’ exemplary commitment to the four pillars of NHS—Scholarship, Service, Leadership, and Character—was a momentous occasion attended by family, faculty and peers.
A rigorous selection process led by a dedicated committee resulted in the recognition of these outstanding individuals. Each one demonstrated exceptional qualities in academic achievement, community service, leadership and personal character.
The inductees had the honor of being addressed by Superintendent Cathy Bergman, who commended their achievements and encouraged them to continue embodying the principles of the National Honor Society.
The ceremony was led by NHS President Nicholas Slagle, who emphasized the significance of these four pillars as the foundation of the NHS values. The existing 11 senior members warmly welcomed the new inductees, fostering a sense of camaraderie and shared commitment within the OHHS chapter.
With the addition of the 25 new inductees, the OHHS chapter of the National Honor Society now boasts a total of 36 exceptional students.
Oak Harbor High School extends heartfelt congratulations to all the new inductees. The entire NHS chapter looks forward to witnessing their continued contributions to the school and community.