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James Caldwell High School Inducts Students into National Honor Society

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National Honor Society officers at James Caldwell High School include front row (l to r): seniors Nicole Palazzo, Hannah Weisman, Natalie Tietjen, Kevin Gray; and back row: Georgia Mergner, Joseph Salter, and Peter Shultz. Credits: Christine Corliss
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National Honor Society inductees from James Caldwell High School included senior Michaela Maloney;  juniors Meredith Rubin, Brennan Thiemann, Michelle Wiedmann; and sophomores  Bradley Banaszynski, Rachael Borrows, Emily Cannavale, Dean Caravela, Raffaele Ciccaglione, Caitlin Clarkin, Alyssa Duren-Lubanski , Noelle Gizzi , Keren Idan, Caroline King,  Abigail Lebet, Louis Lombardi, Jack Mastrangelo, Kaitlyn Meehan, Emily Ordona, Varun Ravichandran, and Alexander Tobin. Credits: Christine Corliss
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WEST CALDWELL, NJ - April 29, twenty-one sophomores, juniors and a senior from James Caldwell High School (JCHS), West Caldwell, were inducted into the National Honor Society in a formal ceremony in the school’s Center for Performing Arts. The National Honor Society (NHS) was established to recognize outstanding high school students, honoring students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. These characteristics have been associated with membership in the organization since its beginning in 1921.

This year’s inductees at JCHS include senior Michaela Maloney;  juniors Meredith Rubin, Brennan Thiemann, Michelle Wiedmann; and sophomores  Bradley Banaszynski, Rachael Borrows, Emily Cannavale, Dean Caravela, Raffaele Ciccaglione, Caitlin Clarkin, Alyssa Duren-Lubanski , Noelle Gizzi , Keren Idan, Caroline King,  Abigail Lebet, Louis Lombardi, Jack Mastrangelo, Kaitlyn Meehan, Emily Ordona, Varun Ravichandran, and Alexander Tobin. 

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