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Nichols-Lawson inducts 30 students into National Junior Honor Society


SYLACAUGA, Ala. – In a formal ceremony held at Nichols-Lawson Middle School, 30 new members were inducted into the National Junior Honor Society, joining the 24 members already serving as school leaders.

Candles were lit by NJHS members signifying the five attributes of membership: scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character. Students inducted into the prestigious organization have maintained a 3.5 GPA and pledge to uphold the pillars of honor.

The new inductees are: Makenzi Cleveland, Cooper Holcomb, Gracie Peoples, Emma Taylor, Sarah Beth McCaleb, Ben Bearden, Lucas Boozer, Natalee Elizabeth Deason, Emma Dean, Nathan N. Gordon, Nolan Gordon, Josie Olivia Harshberger, Sophie Christine Harshberger, Payton Claire Landers, Asiyah Marie Mickey, Ashley Murphy, Erica Ogle, Andrew Owings, Bayleigh Patterson, Catherine Price, Ethan Pruitt, Eva Reams, Addie Roberts, Lauren Seaborn, Anna B Shaw, Ashlyn Grace Stone, Brady Thomas, Jaiden Serenity Tuck, Erik Trenton Welborn, and Collin Floyd Wilson.

These new members join current NJHS members Iman Rahim, Catherine Abernathy, Elizabeth Kate Atkinson, Tucker Beane, Lillian Carter, Makasia Crawford, Lindsey Duncan, Natalee Fennel, Camilla Friday, Charleigh Grice, Joshua Holcomb, Alexis Jolly, Lilly Kate Lucas, Myles McCollough, Kaylan McGinnis, Jase Mitchell, Haven Owen, Maggie Reeves, Natalie Robinson, Allison Terrell, Jayden Thornton, Daelyn White, Madison Wilson, and Savannah Yoder.

Congratulations to these students who have demonstrated excellence in scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character at Nichols-Lawson Middle School.

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