Ninety students from Darien High School were inducted as new members of the National Honor Society in a ceremony held Thursday March 29 in the Auditorium.
Members were selected by the chapter’s Faculty Council for meeting high standards of scholarship, service, leadership, and character.
— an announcement from Darien High School
The newest members are:
A to C:
Kailey Anderson, Lucy Armstrong, Sara Baldwin, Kyra Balenzano, Colin Banks, Sarah Bellis, Corinne Bevill, Kerry Blatney, Colleen Brereton, Kaela Buggy, Keilani Caruso, Sarah-Jane Clarke, Erin Corrigan, Abigail Cragin, William Culliton,
D to H:
Taylor Davis, Timothy Egan, Tighe Ekern, Ryan Espitia, Christine Fiore, Emma Fiorita, Cord Fox, Robert Garrett, Maxwell Gasvoda, Catherine Gorey, Natalie Gorman, Katherine Greco, Samantha Grimm, Paul Hager, Carson Halabi, Malcolm Hamilton-Hall, Abigail Hancock, Connor Henry,
I to L:
Camille Infurna, James Johnson, Rohan Kandi, Katherine Keady, Camilla Kline, Oliver Knight, Thomas Kreuch, William Krueger, Brooke Laird, Lauren Larizza, Forrest Lazzara, Jenelsy Lopez, Caroline Lui,
M to P:
Emily Markham, Elise Maro, Angela Mehta, Tanmay Mehta, Gauri Misra, Catharine Morgan, Caleigh Morr, Elizabeth Nelson, Henry Nolte, Emily Oh, Andrew Orner, Kara O’Rourke, Dillon O’Shea, Griffin Ott, Nicholas Percarpio, Elizabeth Petner, Daniel Pfrommer, Clare Phelps, Alexander Preston,
R to S:
Katie Ramsay, Hannah Riegel, Maxwell Romeyn, Adeline Schoen, Sydney Schrenker, Samuel Scott, Nicholas Servas, Ari Singer-Freeman, Margaret Skeats, Megan Smith, Blake Sommi, Olivia Srednicka, Owen Stevens, Riley Stewart Francisco Sucre, Thomas Sulger,
T to Z:
Julia Tong, Justin Van de Graaf, Jackson Vaught, Alex Wang, Rory Washecka, Alexander Williams, William Wilson, Kendall Wisinski and Hailey Zimmerman.
Each year, the Darien High School chapter sponsors several service projects for the school and community, which in the last few years have included tutoring students, assisting during Open House, organizing holiday food drives and volunteering in the community.
The National Honor Society ranks as one of the oldest and most prestigious national organizations for high school students.
Chapters exist in more than 15,000 high schools and, since 1921, millions of students have been selected for membership. Millions of dollars in scholarships have been awarded to senior members since 1945 by the sponsoring organization, the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP).