CHCA Announces 2021-2022 NJHS Inductees
CHCA: Tammy Rosenfeldt ▪ Marketing Communications Associate
SYMMES TOWNSHIP, OH (May 17, 2021) – Dr. Dean Nicholas, Assistant Head of School at Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy, and Holly Metzger, Upper School 7-8 Assistant Principal are proud to announce 37 inductees 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: Victoria Aguilar Paredes (of Mason), Laell Asefa (of Cincinnati), Lucy Beatty (of Blue Ash), Maria Bernal-Viana (of Mason), Alexandra Brown (of Mason), Alex Cotton (of Mason), Jake Cox (of West Chester), Luke Cox (of West Chester), Ryan Cox (of West Chester), Miyah Derrickson (of Colerain Township), Claire Fancett (of Symmes Township), Sam Flagel (of Loveland), Tony Ghabrial (of West Chester), Christina Gibson (of Liberty Township), Isaiah Hinman (of Waynesville), Lila Hoffman (of Maineville), Allie Jordan (of Blue Ash), Leah Kindle (of Cincinnati), Natalie Kraft (of Mason), Royce McKenzie (of Springboro), Georgia Myers (of Montgomery), Esther Onadeko (of Mason), Gavin Oney (of Mason), Chi-Chi Quo (of Symmes Township), Griffin Ridner Richard (of Maineville), Beckham Romanello (of Hamilton), Angelia Schmerr (of West Chester), MG Sheanshang (of Indian Hill), Abigail Solomon (of Cincinnati), Janie Strasser (of Montgomery), Sophia Thompson (of Indian Hill), Aurora Vanderwoude (of Montgomery), Luke Visconte (of Cincinnati), Brennan Webster (of Liberty Township), Olivia Wojciechowski (of West Chester), Emerson Woods (of Mason), and Leah Young (of Loveland).
“We were so excited to offer an in-person induction ceremony for our new NJHS group for the 2021-2022 school year,” said Metzger. “This group will take the lead in organizing all the service and activities for grades 7-8 for our upcoming school year. We are proud of the leadership provided by this year’s NJHS officers, who were in attendance to lead the induction. Their pinnacle service event of the past year was the organization and opening of the new Mimi Ehlen Memorial Library Collection.”