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Ludington High School students honored at NHS ceremony

April 4, 2019

Some of Ludington High School’s star students were honored Wednesday during the annual induction ceremony for the school’s Anna Miller Chapter of the National Honor Society.

Forty-six LHS students were recognized at the ceremony, during which inductees walked across the stage at Peterson Auditorium and received their NHS pins.

Inductees recited a pledge to “uphold the high purposes” of the society and to “be true to the principles for which it stands.”

Those principles include loyalty to the school, maintaining high academic standards for themselves, encouraging others to strive to meet those standards and to champion leadership, scholarship and service.

Senior Megan Mulherin, NHS president, delivered opening remarks at the ceremony and sophomore Taylor Makowicki sang the national anthem.

Members were inducted by Theresa Shoop, and the keynote address was given by Brandy Henderson Miller, president and CEO of the Ludington & Scottville Area Chamber of Commerce.

The LHS National Honor Society inductees for 2019 are:

Colin Anders, Jacob Irelan, Chazz Rohrer, Avah Anthes, Faith Jensen, Daphne Root, Kyle Barnett, Emma Klein, Logan Russell, Blake Benson, Ethan Koss, Rachel Sarto, Kendall Biggs, Kirin Krafthefer, McKenna Schlagel, Tess Bradley, Parker LaCombe, Dawson Segraves, Allison Burnett, Jade Lucero, Molly Shay, Veronique Chapman, Jonah Lundberg, Payton Shoup, Sophia Cooney, Taylor Makowicki, Bruce Thompson, Samuel Cutler, Brad Mesyar, Natalee Urbon, Hannah Filter, Lindy Murphy, Amelia VanWyck, Gabrielle Gonzales, Colby Peplinski, Evan Walls, Olivia Hill, Paige Rasbach, Connor Ward, Carson Holmes, Kayla Reed, Anna Wietrzykowski, Shyanne Hume, Erin Reilly, Owen Wojcicki and Hannah Zinn.