By Ashley Goodwin, News Writer

The National Honor Society (NHS) is an organization that recognizes students who excel academically, show good character and display leadership.

“I feel honored to be in NHS, because that mean[s] I am really doing good in school,” Senior Shantrell Mitchell said.

Students had to have a 3.0 GPA to qualify.  The NHS provides scholarship opportunities for the students.  Ms. Mary Haile is the NHS Advisor.  Ms. Jessica Robison is the Assistant NHS Advisor.

“I am incredibly proud to help out with an organization that celebrates the unique level of intelligence and character at Keenan,” Robison said.

The NHS had a ceremony on October 5 to induct the students who were selected to be a part of this organization. At the ceremony they said a pledge.

“During the ceremony I felt very honored, and I am really proud of myself,” Junior Keira Robinson said.

2011 National Honor Society Inductees

Jalen Ashley

Jeremy Austin

Kareshia Boyd

Ocean Burt

William Campbell

Alaetra Corley

Lexus Finley

Natalia Gathers

Angel Gordon

Aaliyah Hall

Tavonta Hilton

Clarisa Isaac

Chelsea Johnson

Khadijah Johnson

Keanna Jones

Michael Jones

Jasmine Lee

David Lewis

Debra McWhite

Tony McWhite

Patrice Mole

Brandi Muller

Nicholaus Outen

Preston Perkins

Christopher Phillips

Jada Reaves

Countess Robinson

Keira Robinson

Kendra Robinson

De’Asia Rudder

Latesha Simpson

LaPortia Smith

Tiera Smith

Keona Taylor

Kayla Washington

Austin Wells

Moriah West

Rickey Willis

Dylan Woodward

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