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Mitchell Christian inducts students into National Honor Society

Mitchell Christian School inducted three juniors and four sophomores into the National Honor Society (NHS) on April 12, in a ceremony at First Reformed Church of Mitchell.

Mitchell Christian School students who were inducted into the National Honor Society include, front row from left: Angela Yang, Mitchell; Kaitlyn Asmus, Mitchell; Charlotte Haag, Fulton; and Katelyn Karhoff, Mitchell; and in back: Ben Tegethoff, Mitchell; Riley O'Neill, Alexandria; and Zachary Bosworth, White Lake. (Submitted photo)
Mitchell Christian School students who were inducted into the National Honor Society include, front row from left: Angela Yang, Mitchell; Kaitlyn Asmus, Mitchell; Charlotte Haag, Fulton; and Katelyn Karhoff, Mitchell; and in back: Ben Tegethoff, Mitchell; Riley O'Neill, Alexandria; and Zachary Bosworth, White Lake. (Submitted photo)

Mitchell Christian School inducted three juniors and four sophomores into the National Honor Society (NHS) on April 12, in a ceremony at First Reformed Church of Mitchell.

Juniors inducted were Kaitlyn Asmus, Mitchell; Angela Yang, Mitchell; and Zachary Bosworth, White Lake. Sophomores inducted were Katelyn Karhoff, Mitchell; Charlotte Haag, Fulton; Riley O'Neill, Alexandria; and Ben Tegethoff, Mitchell.

These students have demonstrated sustained commitment to the four NHS ideals of character, leadership, scholarship and service. They have also maintained a minimum GPA of 3.3.

The featured speaker, Kim Karhoff, challenged the students to "dress for success" using the Biblical principles found in Ephesians 6.

Founded in 1921, NHS is the nation's forerunner in the recognition of exceptional high school students.

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