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TMI inducts new NHS, NJHS members

11-18-2010 01:50 PM CET | Science & Education

Press release from: TMI - The Episocopal School of Texas

Fifty-three students of TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas have been inducted into the school’s chapters of the National Honor Society (NHS) and National Junior Honor Society (NJHS).

Of TMI students in 10th, 11th and 12th grades, 34 percent have met national standards to qualify for NHS, and of TMI students in 7th and 8th grades, 44 percent have qualified for NJHS. Their achievement was recognized during a Nov. 10 ceremony in the school’s All Saints Chapel.

New members of NHS are: Marian Amini, Rebeca Baptista, Madeline Cepero, Lauren Chu, Jose Luis de Alba, Brooke Dippo-Foderaro, Drew Fox, Thomas Freeman, John Gallaway, Nicholas Garza, Daniel Gonzalez, Alex McCann, Emily Miller, Kevin Nash, Garrett Notzon, Rainer Osouli, Christopher Pachulski, Brenham Pozzi, Shant Samtani, Stephen Santos, Emily Schlosberg, Aaron Sherman, Blake Smithson, Mackenzie White, Patrick Wickham, Chad Wisnowski and Seyannie Yu.

New members of NJHS are: Emilee Bassett, Tristen Bloxsom, Mario Cantu-Aguilar, Aiden Christopherson, Christopher Clark, Eleanore Cole, Aaron Cornelius, William Cruse, Sarah Dickie, Marisol Esquivel, Gabriele Font, Eric Gibbons, Carlos Gonzalez, Markell Henderson, Samantha Hobbs, Stefany Kiesz, Hailey Leyendecker, Garrett Lindemood, Jacqueline McCullick, Lillian Morris, Alexis Roberts, Gopinath Thangada, Redha Umer, Ryan Vaughn, Grace Westerman and Maham Zafar.

TMI has had a chapter of National Honor Society since 1930. The nationwide organization recognizes outstanding high-school students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service and character. National Junior Honor Society is an affiliated organization for middle-level students.

About TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas: Founded in 1893, TMI is a private, co-educational, college-preparatory school for grades 6-12, with optional Junior ROTC and boarding programs. For information, visit www.tmi-sa.org or call 698-7171.

TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas
20955 West Tejas Trail
San Antonio, TX 78257

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