UHS holds National Honor Society induction


Urbana High School held the National Honor Society induction Jan. 28. To be eligible for National Honor Society, a student must have a minimum grade point average of 3.3 and personify the virtues of Character, Service and Leadership in the school and community. Shown are, back row from left, second year members Trenton Dunham, Robert Daniels, Trevor Pittsenbarger, Olivia Bixler (secretary), Maile Moyer, Sara Lingrell (vice president), Lucy Buckalew, Leman Simpson (president), Anthony Burnett, Emma Burnside (historian), Morgan Hamilton(treasurer), Lily Jones, front from left, inductees Conner Prince, Allison Upchurch, Marra Evans, Olivia Krieger, Karsen Voorhees, Mackenzie McGill, Nickolas Pettit, Ali Millner, Andrew Fansler and Langston Kitchen.

Urbana High School held the National Honor Society induction Jan. 28. To be eligible for National Honor Society, a student must have a minimum grade point average of 3.3 and personify the virtues of Character, Service and Leadership in the school and community. Shown are, back row from left, second year members Trenton Dunham, Robert Daniels, Trevor Pittsenbarger, Olivia Bixler (secretary), Maile Moyer, Sara Lingrell (vice president), Lucy Buckalew, Leman Simpson (president), Anthony Burnett, Emma Burnside (historian), Morgan Hamilton(treasurer), Lily Jones, front from left, inductees Conner Prince, Allison Upchurch, Marra Evans, Olivia Krieger, Karsen Voorhees, Mackenzie McGill, Nickolas Pettit, Ali Millner, Andrew Fansler and Langston Kitchen.


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Urbana High School held the National Honor Society induction Jan. 28. To be eligible for National Honor Society, a student must have a minimum grade point average of 3.3 and personify the virtues of Character, Service and Leadership in the school and community. Shown are, back row from left, second year members Trenton Dunham, Robert Daniels, Trevor Pittsenbarger, Olivia Bixler (secretary), Maile Moyer, Sara Lingrell (vice president), Lucy Buckalew, Leman Simpson (president), Anthony Burnett, Emma Burnside (historian), Morgan Hamilton(treasurer), Lily Jones, front from left, inductees Conner Prince, Allison Upchurch, Marra Evans, Olivia Krieger, Karsen Voorhees, Mackenzie McGill, Nickolas Pettit, Ali Millner, Andrew Fansler and Langston Kitchen.

Urbana High School held the National Honor Society induction Jan. 28. To be eligible for National Honor Society, a student must have a minimum grade point average of 3.3 and personify the virtues of Character, Service and Leadership in the school and community. Shown are, back row from left, second year members Trenton Dunham, Robert Daniels, Trevor Pittsenbarger, Olivia Bixler (secretary), Maile Moyer, Sara Lingrell (vice president), Lucy Buckalew, Leman Simpson (president), Anthony Burnett, Emma Burnside (historian), Morgan Hamilton(treasurer), Lily Jones, front from left, inductees Conner Prince, Allison Upchurch, Marra Evans, Olivia Krieger, Karsen Voorhees, Mackenzie McGill, Nickolas Pettit, Ali Millner, Andrew Fansler and Langston Kitchen.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2016/02/web1_IMG_4889.jpgUrbana High School held the National Honor Society induction Jan. 28. To be eligible for National Honor Society, a student must have a minimum grade point average of 3.3 and personify the virtues of Character, Service and Leadership in the school and community. Shown are, back row from left, second year members Trenton Dunham, Robert Daniels, Trevor Pittsenbarger, Olivia Bixler (secretary), Maile Moyer, Sara Lingrell (vice president), Lucy Buckalew, Leman Simpson (president), Anthony Burnett, Emma Burnside (historian), Morgan Hamilton(treasurer), Lily Jones, front from left, inductees Conner Prince, Allison Upchurch, Marra Evans, Olivia Krieger, Karsen Voorhees, Mackenzie McGill, Nickolas Pettit, Ali Millner, Andrew Fansler and Langston Kitchen. Courtesy photo