Congratulations to the Following Renewing and New Members of the National Honor Society Eagles Chapter at Washburn School

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Congratulations to the new and renewing members of the National Honor Society (NHS). The group of students meets the standards set by the NHS which include a minimum of 90% percentile in their grade point average, and the standards of points in the categories of leadership, character, and service. 

Congratulations to the Renewing Members of the National Honor Society 

NEHS Renewing Members


1. Marcela Acevedo Brain 
 
2. Jesus Rentas Saldaña

NJHS Renewing Members

1. Lia Figueroa Rivera
 
2. Giullianna González González 
 
3. Alex Moreno Sotomayor
 
4. Xiliany Burgos Collazo
 
4. Ahmad Said
 
6. Claudia Betancourt Ortiz
 
NHS Renewing Members
 
1. Sebastian Torres
 
2. Miranda Chamorro Jimenez
 
3. Jahir Rodriguez
 
4. Stefania Borges (Senior)
 
5. Lara Caraballo (Senior)
 
6. Jorge Muñoz (Senior)
 
7. Claudio Toro (Senior)
 
8. Yeral Rodriguez (Senior)


Congratulations to the NEW members of our Eagles Chapters!

New National Elementary Society Inductees

1. Kamila Valle Torres

2. Derek González

3. Yeixamar Rodríguez

4. Rafael Colón Flores

5. Ian Aquino

6. Kiara Falcón

7. Amanda Jiménez

8. Angelique Cedeño

9. Liana Valentín

 

New National Junior Honor Society 

1. Hecmaris Pérez Colón

2. Fabian González Reyes

3. Jorianix L. Muñiz Renta

4. Carolyn N. Rodriguez Milanés

5. Gian R. Vélez

6. Gustavo A. Torres


New National Honor Society Inductees

1. Alanis Colón Flores

2. Jayden Colón Cólon

3. Anneliese Báez Williams

4. Alejandro Negrón Calderón

5. Camila Robles Alberti

6. Marwa Rasheed 

7. Taysha Sánchez González

8. Alondra Sadek Franceschi

9. Fadel Said

10. Ryan Gómez Ramirez

11. Joseph Rodríguez Soto

12. Aritcely Velazquez Rodriguez

13. Yara Daraghma

14. Amy Borges Rivera

15. José Colón Flores

16. Alejandra Alvarez Toledo

Each chapter is required to publish its qualifications for membership, which are based on the four pillars of NHS:

  • Scholarship
    Per national guidelines, at a minimum, students must have a cumulative of 90% in their grades.
  • Service
    This involves voluntary contributions made by a student to the school or community, done without compensation.
  • Leadership
    Student leaders are those who are resourceful, good problem solvers, and idea contributors. Leadership experiences can be drawn from school or community activities while working with or for others.
  • Character
    The student of good character is cooperative; demonstrates high standards of honesty and reliability; shows courtesy, concern, and respect for others; and generally maintains a clean disciplinary record.



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