RBCS Students Join Honor Societies

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Students who excel in different areas were honored over three days at Red Bird Chris-tian School.
Five students were inducted into the National Honor Society on May 13: Nahom Sintayehu, Emmanuella Ngwej, Felix Omatoko Onusumba, Isaac Nolan and Jerema Jackson. Current members Liberty Taylor, Grace Sumahili, Haley Short, Halee Jackson and Mark Ngulungu took part in the ceremony.

Tonya Asher, the key speaker, spoke on the importance of leadership. Leadership is one of the four pillars of the NHS along with Scholarship, Service and Character.

Junior high students held the SOAR Higher inductions on May 12. Members Jerema Jackson, Bryleigh King, Isaac Nolan, Sydney Nolan, Felix Onusumba and Arraya Salyers welcomed inductees Logan Jackson, Justicia Masengo, Dorian Ngulungu, Harleigh Grubb, Nathan Howard, Lexi Estep and Lauren Osborne.

Elementary students became members of SOAR on May 11. Masters of Ceremonies Bryson Howard, Kadence Nolan and Andrea Smith, all sixth-graders, inducted Braxton Asher, Shelby Davis, Laya Estep, Charlie Gray, Carly Osborne and James Lucas Pugh, all of the fourth grade; also Dylan Ray and Christopher Simpson of the sixth grade. Taking part in the ceremony were fifth-graders Alexis Akers, Arliss Brock, Macee Jo Collett, and Maci Howard, who were inducted last year.

SOAR, created at RBCS to reflect Christian values stands for Serving God and others, Outstanding leader-ship, Academic excellence and Responsible citizenship.

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