Natchez High School inducts new National Honor Society members

Natchez High School recently hosted its annual National Honor Society Induction Ceremony. Staff, administrators, parents, and students gathered in the school library to honor 20 juniors and seniors.


Congratulations to the following inductees who’ve joined the National Honor Society:

Alex Ambeau, Trevianna Barnes, Malcolm Bouldin, DeMarria Brown, Kyla Butler, DeAwshane Combs, Vinicia Davis, Kamryn Gales, DeMarcus Jackson, Kennadi Johnson, Daniah Lewis, Omar Pinkney, Zaisha Quinn, Trent Richardson, Trevion Skipper, Kaylyn Stampley, Regan Townsend, Joshua Trask, Yasmine Ware, and Azalea Woods.


Carleigh Sproulls, the president, served as mistress of ceremony. Other program participants were the Presentation of Colors by NHS AFJROTC, the Pledge of Allegiance led by vice president Desnick Bolden, the National Anthem by Akayla Miller and a musical selection by Daniah Lewis.


The Lighting of the Candles ceremony took place with Eboni Trevillion lighting the candle for Scholarship. Calvin Proby lit the Service candle, Elana Armstead lit the Leadership candle, and Kolatiena Freeman; Miss National Honor Society, lit the candle for Character.

Students received certificates and were pinned by Eric Jackson and Dr. Irene Amos. In his closing marks, Principal Jackson thanked the parents for supporting their children and congratulated the students for their success and achievements. He also announced the building of a new high school to a very excited audience.


The National Honor Society was established in 1921 and has been the nation’s most respected organization associated with recognizing outstanding high school students. Honor Society members at Natchez High give back to the community through special projects. The group recently delivered hand-knitted scarves to patients in local nursing homes.

Natchez High School National Honor Society sponsors are Natchez High School Guidance Counselors Iris Myles and Kendra Calvit.


Click the link below to view pictures from the ceremony.

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