Anson County Early College announces the induction of a new class of National Honor Society members.
This national organization recognizes outstanding high school students who have demonstrated excellence in service, scholarship, leadership, and character. Honor society members run the Toys for Tots program at ACEC during the fall semester, Relay for Life in the spring, while being required to conduct a minimum of four hours of community service each month. The Early College chapter is directed by Kristin Park and Jennifer Buckingham, teachers at the school.
Anson County Early College’s third National Honor Society induction took place on Oct. 3 in the South Piedmont Community College auditorium. The criteria for acceptance into the Honor Society includes a minimum 4.2 GPA, both college and high school classes, combined; a history of service and leadership; as well as teacher approval in the area of character. Honor Society president, McKayla Ricketts welcomed all guests and honorees and other current members led the program. Brooke Stovall, Ben Tillman, Akira LeGrand and Hannah Ross addressed the honor society mission of scholarship, leadership, service and character.
The new members inducted were: Beyonka Berry, Thomas Buckingham, Kaitlin Carpenter, Cheyenne Douglas, Subree Hall, Kurstin Hartsell, Caleb Henry, Gavin Jones, Kaylee Lomax, Patience Marshall, Vontarya McBride, Brianna McCollum, Erin McIntyre, Julian Suriba, Kazoua Thao, Callie Thompson, Nathan Tucker, Amber Walsh, Abigail Ward, and Kayli Wilson.
Carri Decker, principal of ACEC was the guest speaker. Decker said she is very excited about the large class of new inductees and can’t wait to see what this group will accomplish.