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47 Students Inducted Into Foreign Language Honor Societies

by Jamie Bryant, Director of Strategic Marketing & Communications
 
CCES proudly inducted 47 new members into one of five Foreign Language Honor Societies (Chinese, French, German, Latin and Spanish) on April 27th.  Students qualify for induction by maintaining a consistently high level of academic achievement in their chosen language courses.  Not only have these students maintained high academic standing, but they have also shown a deep interest in these languages, and appreciate the importance of learning another language. 
 
The ceremony included opening remarks by Mr. Wes Clarke, Upper School Assistant Director followed by Helen Baginski ‘21 who shared a reflection on the value of learning multiple languages. 
 
The following students were then presented by their respective teacher for induction;
 
National Latin Honor Society: Arya Krishniah, Pera Roberts, Lily Thomas, Presley Walker, Thomas Blevins, Grant Dunham
 
National French Honor Society: Isabel Beckrich, Yasmene Clark, Emily Guer, Miley Roberts, Annie Schlemmer
 
National German Honor Society: Walker Millwood
 
National Chinese Honor Society: McKinley Copenhaver, Mason Goldsmith, Thomas Mack, Evan See, Kamryn Williams 
 
National Spanish Honor Society: Harris Clark, Thomas Clark, Alexander Eastland, Ladds Goldsmith, Hagen Kremenliev, Laken Jorgensen, Kevin McCarthy, Sofia Renner Andreu, Liza Rogers, Carson Shaw, Bella Sobocinski, Michael Wang, Hudson Adams, Sara Bethi, Lillie Burgamy, Hailey Henderson, Annie Jennings, Walker Jennings, Arden Jorgensen, Mary Catherine Lantz, Tom Lowrance, Mary Wilson Reyner, Anna Smith, Emma Vagnoni, Amelia Fortson, Sarah Burgamy, Megan Higgins, Walker Hronchek, Sara Grace Sierra, Avery Nuckolls
 
Candidates recited the oaths from each society and signed their respective register.  Congratulations to all of the newest members on their achievement!
 
Click here to watch the ceremony, recorded in full by senior documentary film student, Hutch Ferebee.
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