While all NHS members are expected to uphold these qualities, these four IHA NHS students have gone above and beyond and were recognized for the first half of the first semester. Congratulations to Grace Mendolia for receiving the award for Scholarship, Julianna Carrozza for receiving the award for Service, Ava Sciubba for receiving the award for Leadership, and Kerri Woolley for receiving the award for Character.
Scholarship: Grace Mendolia'20 is a true scholar in all aspects. From asking questions that advance the level of learning in the classroom to participating in numerous honor societies and tutoring, Grace is able to not only further her education, but assist in helping those around her.
Service: Julianna Carrozza'20, through her service to her community as well as IHA, embodies what IHA teaches about service. She puts her faith into action by ministering to people in need. As an Eagle Ambassador and an altar server, she gives significant amounts of time to serving others. Julianna applies her Catholic Christian values by practicing them in projects that expand the students’ awareness of God, others, and themselves.
Leadership: Ava Scuibba'20 perfectly embodies the National Honor Society value of leadership. She shows true commitment and devotion to her teammates as the captain of the cross country team and to the IHA community as president of the French Club. She is dependable and always willing to sacrifice her time to help guide and lead others.
Character: Kerri Woolley'20 is a role model to anyone she encounters. She has a positive attitude and always greets others with a smile. Kerri is reliable, kind, and friendly and is constantly supporting other students. These qualities and her deep concern for her peers prove that her character aligns with NHS values.