Congratulations to our National Junior Honor Society Inductees
Congratulations to the 29 eighth and ninth-grade students who were inducted into the Mid-Pacific Institute National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) this past Sunday, October 15 in Bakken Auditorium.
The National Junior Honor Society elevates a school’s commitment to scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship. These five pillars have been associated with membership in the organization since its inception in 1929.
The newly installed NJHS officers spoke about the five pillars. NJHS President Kella ’27 shared her thoughts on leadership.
“We often compare ourselves to leaders who have done extravagant things. But don’t forget that small things can still make a difference. Taking responsibility for your actions, or even stepping up in group projects, can still make you a leader.
Leadership is a journey of continuous growth and thrives on determination in the face of adversity. As we all continue our journey as leaders, we must remember that failure is a stepping stone towards success.”
Newly inducted members received a special pin from a family member during the pinning ceremony.
- High School
- Middle School