SYLACAUGA, Ala. – In a formal ceremony held at the Nichols-Lawson Middle School gym, 48 new members were inducted in the National Junior Honor Society, joining the members already serving as school leaders.
Candles were lit by NJHS members signifying the five attributes of membership: scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character.
Eighth grade inductees are Nathen Adams, Brogan Allen, September Bowen, Jaylan Cox, Kiyae’ Davis, Brielle Hay, Chloe Morgan, Aaron Roland, Christopher Walker, Marlee Watkins, Victoria Wilbanks, and James Wright.
Seventh grade inductees are Jessie Atchley, Isabella Baker, Logan Basinger, Anna Bearden, Corey Blanchard, Gracyn Brooks, Lindsey Burton, Brighton Clary, Aidan James Cochran, Addison Collins, Charles Conn, Ava Grace DeLoach, Kaitlyn Estelle, Connor Foreman, Jackson Fornwalt, Alivia Grace French, Mallory Ann Grier, Sydney Harris, Kylan King, Maggie Mizelle, C.J. Morris, Estela Claire Padgette, Elise Picard, Jacie Pilkington, Joseph Levi Ponder, Mason Porch, Tyreek Ra’Shun Powell, Lily Frances Price, Olivia Reams, Madison Richardson, Kale Riddle, Jonas Scofield, Camron Waites, Ella Claire Waller, Brayden Wilson, and Issac Wilson.
These new members join current NJHS members Karsten Aman, Will Austin, Hayden Basinger, Brantlee Brasher, Katlyn Lee Boozer, Mackenzie Bowen, Preston Bowen, Haley Bradford, Olivia Dean, Savannah Grace Deason, Justin Douglas, Sydney Ezekiel, Camden Faircloth, Morgan Flora, Caden Foreman, Alex Franks, Mallison Harris, Hayden Hope, Emma Hopkins, Livie House, Robert Hughes, Hollee Johns, Za’Kandria Jordan, Emma Kirkpatrick, Karlee Machen, Savannah McCartney, Kiyla McNealy, Alyssa Miller, Taylor Murphy, Elise Owens, Kaylee Patterson, Noah Seaborn, Marliee Taylor, Kodie Thomas, Kynlee Thomas, Austyn Vincent, Bevin Walker, Raegan Wills, and Lacey Wood.
NJHS is led by faculty sponsors Ashley Blocker, Ashley Beaudry, DeAsia McNeal, and Shekneko Cornelius.
Congratulations to these students who have demonstrated excellence in scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character at Nichols-Lawson Middle School.