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Celebrating Scholarship, Service, Leadership, & Character


Celebrating Scholarship, Service, Leadership, & Character

Congratulations to all of the students who were inducted into the Marist Chapter of the National Honor Society on May 17, 2022.

We are so proud of you for establishing and maintaining the highest standards inside and outside the classroom!

Details are also included below.

Students stand in front of stage
Two students light the candles

A photo album with additional photos is included below.

 

 

National Honor Society logo

National Honor Society Induction Ceremony

Two teachers and a student on stage
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM, May 17, 2022; Central Catholic's Memorial Gymnasium

Opening Prayer

  • Ranjana Ramesh '23

Opening Remarks

  • Ms. Jeanne Burns & Ms. Kathleen Smith, NHS Moderators

Candle Lighting

NHS 2021 - 2022 OFFICERS

  • Leadership: Sebastian Benedetto '22
  • Scholarship: Caroline Clark '22
  • Character: Kyle Mather '22
  • Service: Ava Korbani '22 & Selena Raftery '22

Installation of Officers for 2021 - 2022

  • President: Ranjana Ramesh '23
  • Vice President: Alexander Willard '23
  • Secretary: Jonelle Echendu '23
  • Co-Treasurers: Delia Sullivan '23

NHS Pledge

Induction of New Members

NHS President’s Address

CCHS Alma Mater

Photo Album: National Honor Society Induction

 

Congratulations to all inductees for the 2021-2022 Academic Year!

Class of 2022: Seniors

  • Gabriela Calderone
  • Juliana Calderone
  • Rebecca Dahill
  • Kyle Espinola
  • James Glynn
  • Alexandra Gonzalez-Tellez
  • Nina Pham
  • Kaley Romansik

Class of 2023: Juniors

  • Christopher Bethea
  • Sophia Camacho
  • Gianna Ciampa
  • Anthony Dahbour
  • Jerediah Feliz
  • Alyra Godin
  • Yamilet Guzman
  • Tyler Kirby
  • Milena Lyons
  • Connor MacDougall
  • Anya Patel
  • James Reagan
  • Frank Rondinelli
  • Jack Rossetti
  • Emily Ryan
  • Santany Sanchez
  • Cecilia Sinopoli
  • Ryan Thomas
  • Rosanna Vasquez
  • Richard Wirtanen

Class of 2024: Sophomores

  • Julliette Abramson
  • Scott Anderson
  • April Atkinson
  • Brandon Barry
  • Juanluis Bernabel
  • Abigail Boland
  • Allison Bolton
  • Olivia Boucher
  • Juliana Bouraphael
  • Calvin Buetow
  • Madeline Burke
  • Bridgette Caron-DiPietro
  • Caleb Cascio
  • Nevian Colon Diaz
  • Sophia Cunha
  • Dylan Cunneen
  • Mackenzie Cunneen
  • Ruby Curtin
  • Macy Daigle
  • Joseph D’Arcangelo
  • Sophia De la Cruz
  • Marisa Del Vecchio
  • Maeve Delisle
  • Quinton Delorey
  • Jillian DeLuca
  • Ryan DeMattia
  • Lauren Deskin
  • Emma Diamantis
  • Beau Dickinson
  • Ciara Donlan
  • Mia Durkin
  • Kiara Edmunds
  • Katherine Fox
  • Matthew Fox
  • Jenailis Fuentes
  • Derek Furtado
  • John Gannon
  • Josef Glatz
  • Ela Goktug
  • Galen Goulette
  • Joseph Haroutunian
  • Alexandra Harrington
  • Benjamin Harrington
  • Joseph Hart
  • Thomas Harvey
  • Alex Hasbany
  • Aidan Hays
  • Evan Hebert
  • Madilyn Hemp
  • Alexander Hernandez
  • Aidan Herries
  • Alexander Iannessa
  • Rachel Janes
  • Olivia Jeffries
  • Sara Johnston
  • Stella Kassis
  • John Khoury
  • Darren Kim
  • Sophia Korbani
  • Arnav Lele
  • Rianna Lembo
  • Cassidy Lightfoot
  • Andrew Lucier
  • Amani Malika
  • Julia Malowitz
  • Corey Mangione
  • Julia Maria
  • Dashira Marte
  • Brittney Martinez
  • Ella McAnespie
  • Jake McLean
  • Ryan Melesky
  • Isabella Monsanto
  • Shea Montague
  • Caroline Morin
  • Anya Neira
  • Sydney Ng
  • Michael Nguyen
  • Trieuphu Nguyen
  • Alannis Nova
  • Ayanna Nova
  • Grace O’Dell
  • Mary Olsen
  • Sophia Olson
  • Amalia Panagiotakopoulos
  • Jaylenne Parra
  • Diya Patel
  • Jaxon Pereira
  • Anna Perrin
  • Hieu-Shawn Phan
  • Colin Phillips
  • Emma Pitocchelli
  • Ryan Porto
  • Naa Quarshie
  • Navin Ramesh
  • Andrew Reilly
  • Skylar Reitano
  • Catherine Rigoli
  • Breanna Rosario
  • Samuel Ruiz
  • Jocelyn Ryder
  • Alessandra Sacchetti
  • Riley Salerno
  • Rianna Santra
  • Abigail Sarver
  • Sophia Serafi no
  • Emma Siggens
  • Nadaly Soto
  • Jack Stanisewski
  • Aaron Stroika
  • Luke Surette
  • Edgar Tavares
  • Janina Tellez
  • Delaney True.
  • Evan Wagner
  • Kellianne Walsh
  • Siima Wambuzi
  • Megan Washburn
  • Abigail Watkins
  • Chase Watkins
  • Anna White
  • Abigail Yfantopulos
  • Gianna Zanni
Students holding candles

About the National Honor Society

The purpose of the NHS is to give students with strong academics, character, leadership, and service a chance to help the school and the greater community. In February, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors with an AGPA of 4.0 or better are invited to apply for membership, which is decided based on the four qualities mentioned above.

Congratulations to all inductees and members of the NHS for your achievements and for maintaining the highest standards of Scholarship, Service, Leadership, & Character!



Central Catholic High School
A College Preparatory High School of Excellence in the Marist Tradition

Founded by the Marist Brothers in the heart of Lawrence, Massachusetts in 1935, Central Catholic High School enrolls 1,200 students from over 60 cities and towns and several countries. Students come from diverse backgrounds to form a caring community of faith, learning, and service. They advance to college in overwhelming numbers (nearly 100%) and move on to successful careers and positions of leadership in government, business, industry, academia, and professions.

Central Catholic High School is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.

For more information, please visit www.CentralCatholic.net, call 978-682-0260, or email website@centralcatholic.net.

Mission: Central Catholic High School makes Jesus known and loved.
We educate the whole person for college and for life, with particular care for the least favored and those in need.