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Cedar Catholic National Honor Society

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On Tuesday evening, Nov. 17, Cedar Catholic inducted nine new members into the Cedar Catholic Chapter of the National Honor Society. To qualify for the Cedar Catholic Chapter, students must have a cumulative GPA of 93.0 percent. Not only are academics important, but leadership, character and service are also critical. Once scholarship has been met, students are asked to complete an information sheet listing any leadership roles, service work and honors. Students must be involved in their community, parish and school. Students also write an essay to explain how their service has enhanced their leadership and character. Character of the student is also considered through three letters of recommendation. Again, this recognition is a highly coveted honor. Members of the Cedar Catholic National Honor Society include, (top, back row, l-r) Skylar Sudbeck, Connor Vlach, Myles Thoene, Carter Arens, Tate Thoene, Haley Klug , (middle) Megan Heimes, Bailey Wuebben, Cady Uttecht, Jordyn Steffen, Olivia Hamilton, Claudia Stevens, Gracie Dickes; (front) MacKenzie Sudbeck, Sara Burbach, Gretchen Kleinschmit, Carissa Wintz, Makenzie Arens, Brynn Wortmann and Ellie Becker. This year’s officers are (above, left) Haley Klug, Bailey Wuebben, Gracie Dickes, Sara Burbach and Ellie Becker. This year’s Junior class inductees are, (above right, standing) Jordyn Steffen, Cady Uttecht, Carter Arens, Tate Thoene and Olivia Hamilton. Senior class inductees are, (seated) Gretchen Kleinschmit, Carissa Wintz, Makenzie Arens and Brynn Wortmann.


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