On May 16, the German and Spanish National Honor Society induction ceremonies were conducted in the Lucy Hurlin Theatre.
Claudia Decker, President of the National Spanish Honor Society and New Hampshire NECTFL World Language Teacher of the Year, gave the keynote address. Caroline Stultz and Avery Swasey were the student speakers for the German program, Zachary Cassidy and Annabelle DeLisle spoke on behalf of the Spanish program.
The world language honor societies recognize outstanding academic performances in language learning and recognize those students who show achievement and commitment to promoting cultural understanding.
The following students were inducted into the Deutsche Ehrenverbindung: Clara Christensen, Hannah Daniels, Maeve Finn, Jennifer Hopkins, Isobel Jobin, Eva McCullough, Kai Reitnauer, Isabelle Schmidt, Donny Sweeney, Ryan Whitney, and Laramie Wilson.
The German National Honor Society Delta Epsilon Phi is the national honorary society for the study of German at the high school level in the United States. The honor society seeks to recognize excellence in the study of German and to provide an incentive for higher scholarship.
In addition to the student inductions, Hazel Armstrong-McEvoy, Lydia Cleveland, Kai Flynn, Ethan Kinney, Eva McCullough, Caroline Stultz, Kendall Sullivan, Avery Swasey, Donny Sweeney, and Laramie Wilson received German Honors cords for graduation.
The following students were inducted into the Sociedad Honoraria Hispana: Zachary Cassidy, Annabelle Delisle, Lily Mandel, Laura Phillips, Natalie Preble, Kaitlyn Stone, and Inaya Vaidya.
The Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica is an honor society for high school students enrolled in Spanish. It is focused on Spanish language excellence in secondary education and promotes a continuity of interest in Spanish studies.
After the student inductions, Zachary Cassidy, Annabelle DeLisle, Saamnatha Henderson, Lily Mandel, Olivia Martino, Alexander Olivo, Natalie Preble, Keegan Ross, and Inaya Vaidya received Spanish Honors cords for graduation.
“Gratuliere” and “Felicidades” — we are so very proud of you!