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The Woodlands High School Celebrates New Inductees into the National Honor Society

Annual Induction Ceremony Held in The Woodlands


National Honor Society welcomes 229 new Highlanders

The Woodlands High School chapter of the National Honor Society held an induction ceremony on Wednesday, April 24, 2024, welcoming 229 new members. The chapter’s Executive Board elaborated on the National Honor Society’s four pillars: scholarship, leadership, service, and character.




The National Honor Society (NHS) is a premier organization that recognizes high school students who demonstrate excellence in scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Membership signifies not only academic achievement but also a commitment to community service and personal development.

Joining the National Honor Society is both an honor and a promise to uphold the values of excellence and service

During the ceremony in the school auditorium, each new member received a national certificate and pledged an oath in a candle lighting ceremony, symbolizing their commitment to the society’s values. Additionally, each new member signed the NHS membership book, a tradition that commemorates their induction and symbolizes their entry into this esteemed organization. The event was a celebration of academic and personal achievements, witnessed by proud family members.



The 2024 executive board, consisting of President Alexandria Hant, Vice President Daniel Villa, Secretary Hallie Kogut, Community Liaison Elle Funkhouser, and Historian Eesha Reddy, along with advisors Preston Balluck and Elena Dossett, played key roles in the event. School Principal Dr. Ted Landry was also in attendance, offering his congratulations and support to the rising seniors.


This induction marks the beginning of these students' commitments to further personal growth and active contribution to the community. The NHS at The Woodlands High School continues to prepare students for future leadership and service opportunities.





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