On October 1, thirty-one members of the class of 2019 were inducted into the Saint Edmund Campion chapter of the National Honor Society.
All inductees maintained a high academic average while taking very rigorous course loads and exhibited the four values of excellence in service, character, scholarship, and leadership during their tenure at Georgetown Prep. All members of the National Honor Society are expected to maintain their academic standing and serve as mentors to underclassmen.
Members of the Georgetown Prep National Honor Society are dedicated to the School's academic support programs. Inductees work in the Prep tutoring center, assist in the writing center and are committed to tutoring after school hours for several hours per academic quarter.
The National Honor Society is the nation's premier organization established to recognize exceptional high school students. Founded in 1921, the organization serves to honor students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of service, character, scholarship, and leadership. The Georgetown Prep Saint Edmund Campion chapter was founded in 1979.
Congratulations to the thirty-one inductees of the National Honor Society!
Justin Francis Bustamante
Gedeon Poukouta Livit