Mars students inducted into French National Honor Society

May 1, 2019 Cranberry Living


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Mars High School seniors were inducted into the school's chapter of the French National Honor Society. Front row, from left, are Erica Wojcikiewicz, Allison Brand, Isabella Trimble, Emily Elder, Emma Voelker, Michael Lamothe and Priscilla Bromley. Back row are Jordan Badenhop, Amelia Haley, Lindsey Haines, Noah Toparli, Jacob Smith, Carolyn Mueller. Not pictured are Jenna Halenda and Claire Staudacher.

ADAMS TWP — Numerous Mars High School students were inducted into the French National Honor Society (Société Honoraire de Français) chapter at a special ceremony April 18.

Students are seniors Jordan Badenhop, Allison Brand, Priscilla Bromley, Emily Elder, Lindsey Haines, Jenna Halenda, Amelia Haley, Michael Lamothe, Carolyn Mueller, Jacob Smith, Claire Staudacher, Noah Toparli, Isabella Trimble, Emma Voelker and Erica Wojcikiewicz; and juniors Sydney Barshick, Abigail Gannon, Kaitlyn Gannon, Madison Goerl, Rachel Goetz, Luke Harvey, Emily Hayward, Grace Huff, Grace Ingram, Kiara Khemani, Anna Kurpakus, Samantha MacDonald, Daniel Mitchell, Madelyn Mueller, Amanda Perdziola, Anna Schauble, Madelyn Smelko, Lauren Serold, Stephanie Streb, Olivia Williams and Megan Zukowski.   

Mars High School juniors were inducted into the school’s chapter of the French National Honor Society. Front row, from left, are Samantha MacDonald, Kaitlyn Gannon and Kiara Khemani. Middle row are Amanda Perdziola, Sydney Barshick, Olivia Williams, Anna Kurpakus, Madelyn Smelko, Abigail Gannon and Grace Ingram. Back row are Luke Harvey, Daniel Mitchell, Emily Hayward, Rachel Goetz, Lauren Serold and Stephanie Streb. Not pictured are Madison Goerl, Grace Huff, Madelyn Mueller, Anna Schauble and Megan Zukowski.

Société Honoraire de Français recognizes high school students in the U.S. who have maintained excellent grades in at least three semesters of French language courses.

To be eligible, students must be enrolled in French 3, French 4 or AP French; maintain a 90 percent or higher in all French classes during the previous three semesters; have a minimum average GPA of 3.0; and no disciplinary record.

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