Spring brings a new perspective on the school year. Outdoor sports, prom season, state testing, college preparation, and summer just around the corner. It’s a time to start counting down … and virtually every class in the state is doing just that. For some students, it’s also a time to celebrate major achievements.
In the town of Paris, which is tucked away in the northeastern portion of Texas, several high school students had the opportunity to be inducted into the prestigious National Honor Society. This organization honors students who maintain an A average over the years. Those inducted must also hold high moral standards, participate in the school and community, and remain excellent examples for the entire student body.
Proving that Paris High has some of the brightest and most honorable students in the state, the Paris NHS Chapter inducted 46 students who met the steep criteria. Congratulations to all of these students for their outstanding leadership and achievement.
Read the original story in the Paris News.
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