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Middle School Students Inducted Into National Junior Honor Society

On October 24, 2019, twenty-eight middle school students were inducted into the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS). Eligibility is based on a minimum GPA of 3.5 from the previous school year. In addition to the scholarship standard, membership in NJHS is also based on standards of leadership, service, citizenship, and character.  

During the induction ceremony, NJHS inductees pledged to always seek the light of truth, hold scholarly habits, engage in worthy service, lead forward in all things that advance the cause of Christ and the mission and welfare of The Woodlands Christian Academy.

NJHS sponsor, Jennifer Russell expressed her enthusiasm for the new members, "This year we have a large group of new inductees who seem excited to serve their school and local community.  I enjoy working with students who want to be servant leaders and challenge themselves academically."

8th Grade

Colton Anderson

Ellery Horak

John Charles Lopez

Mercer Ruffner

7th Grade

Taylor Alarid

Marshall Anderson

Jocelyn Bizic

Addison Buck

Franco Cianflone

Jacob Ellis

Ashlyn Fleenor

Caroline Fletcher

Ella Hardy

Jaedyn How

Hudson Howard

Marlow Grace Leahy

Grant Lusk

Reese Muzny

Emma Rae Owens

Carlos Palau

Sarah Powell

Florence Shirley

Lily Smith

Will Sullivan

Knox Trevathan

Gabe Turner

Thijs vanEgmond

Emily Walton

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