Students Inducted into the National Spanish Honor Society (By Dr. Daniela Radpay, World Languages Chair & Spanish Instructor)

On Wednesday, November 18, St. Michael's had its first induction ceremony for the Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica/National Spanish Honor Society. The newly-established St. Michael's chapter is called "Como la vida misma"/'Like life itself" and recognized 24 students for their outstanding achievements in their Spanish language classes. Congratulations to the following inductees:
  • Elisa Arguello
  • Ava Bautch (NSHS Secretary)
  • Caroline Brutocao
  • Riley Cameron
  • Mackenzie Cohn
  • Addison Earley
  • Evelyn Fuselier
  • Lucy Fuselier (NSHS President)
  • Mary Claire Fuselier
  • Jillian Getman
  • Fernanda Gonzalez
  • William Keyes
  • Sophia Linn
  • Mary Manley
  • Grace May
  • James Meigs
  • Olivia Mireles
  • Annika Prevost
  • Samuel Queralt
  • Drew Tufto
  • Molly Van Ackeren (NSHS Historian)
  • Christian Villareal
  • Lily Watkins (NSHS Vice-President)
  • Gabriella Zavala
Students must be enrolled in on-level or AP Spanish 4 and meet certain GPA criteria to be eligible for NSHS consideration. We look forward to inducting many more students for years to come. Congrats again to all of our new members! We are so proud of you!
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