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Bridgewater Students Among 38 Somerset County Vo Tech Students Inducted to National Honor Society

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BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Somerset County Vocational & Technical High School inducted 38 new members into the National Honor Society at their annual National Honor Society Induction Ceremony.

With the help of Principal Diane Ziegler, National Honor Society Advisor Bryant Jefopoulos and current National Honor Society Officers, the students were inducted into the National Honor Society at Somerset County Vocational & Technical High School. 

During the induction, new NHS members were presented with emblems and certificates, and participated in a candle lighting ceremony.

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The new National Honor Society Members include: Elizabeth Atkinsof Somerset, Robert Barlow of Bridgewater, Brianna Broderick of Flemington, Jonathan Cerqueira of South Bound Brook, Lily Chang of Hillsborough, Catherine Chen of Warren, Kristine Chin of Hillsborough, Alicia Clark of Bridgewater, Jessica D’Agostino of Hillsborough, Elizabeth Dietrich of Green Brook, Julia Garaffa of Skillman, Gillian Gottlieb of Hillsborough, Madison Hill-Gloverof Raritan, Haley Kasier of South Bound Brook, Brianna LaFace of Warren, Dylan LaRue of South Bound Brook, Farouk Marhaba of Bridgewater, Ann Marie Masiello of Hillsborough, Nathalie Murillo-Jimenez of Manville, Anjana Nair of Franklin Park, Nikhil Patel of Franklin Park, David Petersen of Somerset, Novena Petryk Cordi of Manville, Sandra Raju of Hillsborough, Brittany Rojas of South Bound Brook, Rea Rustagi of Hillsborough, Ayush Shah of Raritan, Darshan Shah of Hillsborough, Siddharth Shankar of Hillsborough, Anish Sharma of Franklin Park, Samantha Shephard of Hillsborough, Christine Starozytnyk of South Bound Brook, Brian Turck of Hillsborough, Rahul Ubriani of Somerset, Conor Wojenski of Somerset, and Cristina Young of Martinsville.

To be eligible for the National Honor Society, students must be in either their junior or senior year, maintain a 3.5 GPA or higher, have a history of service and leadership and a good discipline record. These criteria are carefully reviewed by a faculty council who then decide on applicants and inductees.  

As new members of the National Honor Society, the first orders of business the students will take part in are officer elections and finding a worthy organization to donate to next year.  This year, the students have been raising money for the charity Action Against Hunger.

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