Fourteen Preston High School seniors were recently rewarded for demonstrating scholarship, leadership, service and character by joining the ranks of the more than one million students nationwide as part of the National Honor Society. This is the fourth year that seniors at Preston were inducted in early winter rather than the spring so as to allow for more participation in the Monsignor Thomas Preston Chapter of the National Honor Society. On December 1, PHS family, faculty and administrators gathered to celebrate the following seniors and their dedication to scholarship, leadership, service, and character:
Brittany Balise, Katherine Brayan, Michelle Castillo, LeeAnn Cerbone, Amanda Conti, Lauren Gonidakis, Christina Linehan, Courtney Mahon, Mariah Martinez, Stephanie Mozzone, Jessica Rivera, Sundas Sheikh, Ashley Vega, and Eugenia Wolovich
Moleca Mich, NHS president, welcomed the group to the ceremony and English teacher, Stephen Abel, shared a reflection on the importance of education and service.
Preston’s chapter of the National Honor Society currently runs an academic tutoring program to serve the academic needs of their peers. They have also organized a school-wide toy drive to benefit victims of domestic violence.
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