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Immaculate Conception School Inducts New Members To The National Junior Honor Society

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Eight new members were inducted to the Immaculate Conception School's chapter of the National Junior Honor Society on March 31. Credits: Renee Cusick
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SPOTSWOOD, NJ - The Immaculate Conception School's National Junior Honor Society chapter inducted eight new members on Friday, March 31. Sixth graders Audrey Bruden, Meera James, Ava Luciani, and Erin Ventrudo, seventh grader  John Rutsky as well as eighth graders Nina Branchizio, Laura Estilo, and Riley Ramos join the chapter's 12 active members.

In order to be admitted into the Immaculate Conception School's National Junior Honor Society, students must maintain an average of 93 or higher in each of their classes in addition to excelling in four other areas of importance; character, leadership, citizenship and service. Bruden, James, Luciani, Ventrudo, Rutsky, Branchizio, Estilo and Ramos all met the requirements for membership and proudly participated in ICS' annual induction ceremony.

The Immaculate Conception School is located on 23 Manalapan Road and offers curriculum programs from pre-kindergarten through eighth grade.

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