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Outstanding seventh graders at James Hart School in Homewood were inducted into the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS).

Students with a grade point average (GPA) of 3.75 or higher for work in sixth and seventh grades could apply for the recognition. An application process required the students to show proof of their involvement in Hart activities, as well as community service projects, and letters of recommendation. Applications for admission were reviewed by a council of teachers that made the student selections.

A special honors ceremony for the 44 NJHS students and their families was held on Monday, April 11.

New NJHS members are:

Liam Bertz, Ella Bolling, Lily Bosch, Trevor Brooks, Natalia Carpio, Chloe Castady, Terrance Chism, Taryn Cobbs, Eliana D’Astici, Symone DuBose, Brennan Eaheart, Delaney Eaheart.

Marissa Esparza, Charles Franc, Adam Freeman, Grace Gallus, Tacy Graham, Michelle Hargens, Madilyn Harris, Savannah Holly, Ellery Homrich, Patrick Hutton, Jordyn Johnson, Sheriden Johnson, Anna Keigher.

Asya Lengel, Sarah Love, Quinn MacLeod, Charlotte McManus, Emma Mensah, Leah Noble, Calvin Peer, Sofi Riedel, Khadeejah Ryan, Nicholas Sline, Gianna Smith.

Olivia Sowacke, Ryan Taylor, Natalie Thompson, Josephine Urbaniak, Katherine Van Etten, Emily Viurquiz, Jason Ward, Rachel Washburn.

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