EXTON — Collegium Charter School hosted its National Junior Honor Society with an induction ceremony this week. Seventeen students were inducted for the 2022-2023 school year by reflecting on the meaning of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship and character.
“This is only the beginning; your future is limitless,” said Dr. Majorie Gaskin, Collegium’s Middle School Assistant Principal, to the new inductees. “I am proud of you and the momentum you are gaining. Your creative minds are blazing a trail of possibilities.”
The NJHS elevates a school’s commitment to scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship. According to the NJHS organization, members are focused not just on academics, but help develop the habits and standards needed to succeed in high school, college, a career and beyond.
NJHS highlights academic and service accomplishments and brings them together to help create a better environment for Collegium’s Middle School students through service projects and activities.
“I’m grateful I was accepted because only a few people experience it,” one inductee shared. “I want to be able to help out around the school as a member of NJHS.”