37 CHCA Students to be honored with induction into the National Junior Honor Society
NEWS RELEASE: Tammy Rosenfeldt, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy (CHCA)
SYCAMORE TOWNSHIP, OH (September 1, 2020) – Dean Nicholas, Upper School Principal at Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy, and Holly Metzger, Upper School 7-8 Assistant Principal proudly announced the induction of 37 students into the National Junior Honor Society.
The National Junior Honor Society is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding middle level students.
More than just an honor roll, NJHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship. These characteristics have been associated with membership in the organization since its beginning in 1929.
Congratulations to the following students: Samantha Bennett (of Cincinnati), Isaiah Clary (of Cincinnati), Kaitlyn Comstock (of Mason), Andrew Coors (of Loveland), Mia Curlee (of Liberty Township), Wyatt Elma (of Mason), Kelsey Espenshade (of Mason), Luke Faircloth (of Lebanon), Emma Figliola (of Loveland), Brooke Gabriel (of West Chester), Andrew Gillis (of Mason), Nate Hayes (of Loveland), Jacie Horn (of Mason), Sienna Johnson (of Montgomery), Marianna Kassen (of Cincinnati), Trevor Kuhlman (of Mason), Lauren Littlejohn (of Mason), Jacob Loveless (of Symmes Township), Preston McCoy (of Fairfield), Avery Meno (of Lebanon), Nolan Miller (of Mason), Alex Mitchell (of West Chester), Carly Nix (of Mason), Abby Null (of Maineville), Carina Rexing (of West Chester), Raegan Robinson (of Sharonville), Joey Rusnak (of West Chester), Andrew Sandefur (of Mason), Sam Saxby (of Loveland), Mallori Sideris (of Loveland), Anna Snell (of Fairfield), Lucy Snyder (of Sycamore Township), Sydney Southerland (of Sycamore Township), Ella Spitzmiller (of Loveland), Brooklyn Tapp (of West Chester), Austin Tran (of Milford), and Nick Wickler (of Cincinnati).
“We are so excited to induct this new group of NJHS members to our vibrant society at 7-8 Upper School,” said Metzger. “There are many natural servant-leaders among them. We are excited to watch them learn, lead, and serve, exemplifying the NJHS qualities of leadership, scholarship, character, and service. We know they will carry on peer tutoring and service projects in conjunction with City Gospel Mission and Stewart Elementary. We look forward to to seeing what other ideas they will pursue to push this program to new heights.”
About Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy
Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy’s Upper School is Cincinnati’s only Christ-centered six-year college preparatory school that exists to prepare students intellectually and spiritually for success in higher education and to impact and influence the world according to their unique gifts. CHCA is a private, 501(c)3 non-profit preschool-grade 12 academic institution with buildings in Symmes Township, Sycamore Township and downtown Cincinnati. To learn more about Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy, visit chca-oh.org.