Ellis Students Inducted Into World Language National Honor Societies

Thirteen Upper School students were inducted into the National Honor Societies for world languages this month. Latin, Spanish, and French all have their own honor society that inducts new students each year. Three students were inducted into Société Honoraire de Français, five students were inducted into Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica, and five students were inducted into the National Latin Honor Society.
In order for students to be inducted, they must have an A- average in the language through level two, a good standing in their other classes, and show a continued enthusiasm for learning the language. During the induction ceremony, students received their certificate from their respective society and then listened to Bonnie Gordon, from the non-profit Bridges to Community, speak about the importance of learning a second language.

Congratulations to the new inductees!
Augusta Weiss, Class of 2019, Société Honoraire de Français
Annika Rammani, Class of 2021, Société Honoraire de Français
Lowrie Woodside, Class of 2021, Société Honoraire de Français
Anne Trimbur, Class of 2020, Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica
Audrey Lyda, Class of 2021, Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica
Calista Martin-Singer, Class of 2021, Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica
Samantha Silk, Class of 2021, Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica
Claire Simon, Class of 2021, Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica
Genevieve Barge, Class of 2021, NJCL National Latin Honor Society
Grace Coffelt, Class of 2021, NJCL National Latin Honor Society
Kiere Harrell-Danks, Class of 2021, NJCL National Latin Honor Society
Hunter Kloss, Class of 2021, NJCL National Latin Honor Society
Tegan Poerio, Class of 2021, NJCL National Latin Honor Society
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