On Tuesday the 7th of December, The National Honour Society celebrated its 20th year anniversary at ISPS, with a long awaited induction ceremony. This has been the first physical induction ceremony in almost 3 years, so it was a very special moment for inductees, their family and the school.
In attendance and speaking were Mr. Young and Mrs. Brocklesby, to congratulate the inductees. Mrs. Clarke, the NHS advisor, inducted these individuals. Our executives, Charlotte Farah (president), Charlotte Potter (Vice President), Chelsea Mukerji (secretary), and Liam Sheppard (Treasurer) spoke on the four pillars that NHS is based on respectively: Character, Leadership, Scholarship, and Service.
Nine high school students of ISPS were inducted into the National Honour Society based on their strength in all four pillars. They received their certificates and recited the NHS pledge witnessed by their families and the ISPS administration. The ceremony was short and symbolic and all covid protocols were observed.
The National Honour Society