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Audenried inducts 42 into NHS

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Universal Audenried High School announced its first chapter and class of inductees into the National Honor Society.

Forty-two students in grades 10 to 12 were chosen who exemplify excellence in areas of academics, community service, leadership and character while maintaining a 3.5 grade point average or higher. Students were honored at a ceremony at the Grays Ferry school on May 25

Collectively, this inaugural NHS class has received more than $1.9 million in college scholarships.

“This is truly an esteemed honor and I’m proud that 42 of my student scholars will be inducted into the inaugural class of Universal Audenried’s National Honor Society,” said Universal Audenried principal Josh Anderson. “What an accomplishment for all the hard work my staff and I have done to transform Audenried into a world-class high school. My scholars are resilient, driven, determined and have met every academic and social challenge with zeal. We live by the manta – A future worth fighting for.”

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