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NHS Semester One Awards Presented

Congratulations to:

Jaclyn Bozzetti’19 – Character
Jaclyn Bozzetti is not an unfamiliar name around IHA. Whether she is working closely with her peers or spreading cheer all around the school, Jaclyn plays an active role in all she does. In the classroom, Jaclyn is attentive and has the drive to learn, but, most importantly, she loves to help her fellow classmates. She is full of life in class and is always sporting a smile. As stated in the NHS Character requirements, Jaclyn upholds principles of morality and ethics, is cooperative, demonstrates high standards of honesty and reliability, and shows courtesy, concern, and respect for others. 

Myra Chaudhry’19 – Scholarship
Myra is an active student at IHA and can always be found helping others. Despite her rigorous courses, Myra finds time to perfect her photography skills as a member of the Photography Club. She uses her gift of scholarship to contribute to and positively influence the IHA community, whether it is through NHS tutoring or helping a classmate before a BC Calculus or AP English test. As stated in the NHS Scholarship requirements, NHS students have and will maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher, which Myra continually exceeds. 

Tinamarie Dadic’19 – Leadership
Tina is a natural leader in all that she does. She is always willing to listen to everyone and encourages others to take part in their community. By demonstrating her determination and strong work ethic, Tina continues to be inspiring and successful. As stated in the NHS Leadership requirements, Tina proves to be a leader who is resourceful, a good problem solver, a promoter of school activities, an idea-contributor, dependable, and who exemplifies positive attitudes about life.

Isabella Haines’19 – Service
Isabella is well known at IHA for her continued willingness to always help her peers. As a prominent member of the Christian Service Board, Isabella is an active participant in many different drives and events that benefit our community’s less fortunate. Isabella’s strong faith is present in all she does, and she is always willing to give more of herself to those around her. As stated in the NHS Service requirements, Isabella voluntarily contributes to her school and community without compensation and with a positive, courteous, and enthusiastic spirit. Because of Isabella’s incredible ability to brighten everyone’s day and her positive influence the various communities to which she belongs, she is the ideal recipient of the NHS Service award.