Wardlaw-Hartridge Students Inducted Into World Language Honor Society

Ray Huang, CJ Stueck and Audrey Vu join Mandarin teacher Hua Liu after being inducted into the Chinese Honor Society. Credits: Wardlaw Hartridge School

EDSION, NJ -- The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison held its annual World Language Honor Societies induction ceremony on May 18 in the Oakwood Room.

Twenty-one Upper School students were inducted into three honor societies - Chinese, Latin and Spanish. Jamie Segraves, World Language Department Chair, delivered the welcome, which was followed by the Introduction to the Honor Societies, Candle Ceremony and Honor Society Oaths.

Congratulations to this year’s honorees:

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Chinese – Ray Huang of Edison, CJ Stueck of Scotch Plains, Audrey Vu of Colonia and Edward Zhang of Scotch Plains.

Latin – Sreeja Arumilli of Edison, Amaan Bhojani of Avenel, Sarah Hoffman of Cranford, Kelly Lawrence of Scotch Plains, Tiffany Le of South Plainfield, Aubrey Mackay of Plainfield, Dylan Maier of Rahway, Aananadi Murlidharan of Edison, and Mrunali Patel, Sanjna Patel and Benjamin Song of Edison

Spanish – Danielle Bacalhau of Colonia, Antonella Doglio of Carteret, Katherine Hernandez of Elizabeth, Matangi Melpakkam of Piscataway, Pooja Nandhyala of Edison and Stephanie Trejo of Perth Amboy

All inductees received certificates and graduating seniors were presented with honor cords. Parents, faculty and staff members and friends enjoyed an international buffet after the ceremony.

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