Worthington High School hosted its 2022 National Honor Society ceremony on Thursday night.
Lisa Spieker is the advisor to the school’s NHS chapter. She talked more about the WHS chapter in an interview that may be heard here.
First to be recognized individually were Worthington High School’s 2021-2022 National Honor Society members. They are: Kessey Aljets, Austin Barber, Matthew Becker, Mason Bobb, Emmalee Bosma, Abigail Bristow, Quentin Burns, Marah Darling, Angie Hurtado Rivera, Andrew Dorcey, Adiyam Gebremedhin, Luke Gordon, Haley Grimmius, Lara Haack, Olivia Hayenga, Jenna Hoffman, Brit Johnson, Levi Kuhl, Alec Langerud, Cristina Magana, Alexandro Mazariegos, Bailey Newman, Kendall Nixon, Isaiah Noble, Mekyla Nystrom, Rosamaria Rodriguez, Bridgette Rosenberg, Casey Salinas, Emma Singler, Skylar Tosch, Kyla Van Briesen and Nicole Wede. Rosenberg served as NHS president during the past year; Gebremedhim was vice president, Kuhl secretary and Hoffman treasurer.
WHS National Honor Society 2022 inductees are: Ofbeka Ami Morke, Logan Barber, Victoria Beltran, Karissa Bickett, Ezra Bonnett, Charles Brands, Oziel Briones Flores, Michael Bustamente Miranda, Leidy Chavez Martin, Ivania Chicas Melendez, Johana Cruz Merida, Bryn Donkersloot, Oscar Galvez, Kevin Galvez Chavez, Root Gebremairam, Mir Gossom, Gloria Gyi, Allison Iverson, Tyler Jaycox, Ivy Jenson, Emiyas Legesse, Jesenia Lopez Chavez, Guadalupe Madrigal Ordaz, Lilly Mahlberg, Princess Martinez Barajas, Elizabeth Martinez Castro, Karissa Maxwell, Cooper McCoy, Grace McGaughey, Sofia Montoya Mendez, Lauren Nelson, Mia Nixon, Taya Oberloh, Marenono Opiew, Abagotte Opiew, Chantel Peralta, Marco Ramos, Kate Robinson, Alicia Robles, Triston Sauerbrei, Brooklyn Scheitel-Taylor, Presley Sieve, Kelsey Soleta, Tarren Spartz, Kamryn Spartz, David Sternke, Cadence Van Ede and Latton Welch.
Pictured are the 2022 inductees: