Thirty-seven Saint Mark’s upper class students were inducted into the Optimi Chapter of the National Honor Society on Monday evening, September 26

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To become eligible for membership, students first needed to meet a high academic standard (a 5.3 quality points per credit average) and then submit evidence of leadership, service, and character to the Faculty Council for selection.

Thirty-seven Saint Mark’s upper class students were inducted into the Optimi Chapter of the National Honor Society on Monday evening, September 26, in a ceremony conducted in the Anna Graham Theater. To become eligible for membership, students first needed to meet a high academic standard (a 5.3 quality points per credit average) and then submit evidence of leadership, service, and character to the Faculty Council for selection.

Senior Claudia Kacmarcik, President of the Optimi Chapter, addressed the members and those in attendance in a speech that defined the obligations of each National Honor Society member. Senior Mason Mostrom (Vice-President), senior Madison Sycalik (Treasurer), senior Nick Pautler (Service Secretary), and senior McKenzie Schurman (Service Secretary) also assisted in the ceremony. 

Collectively, National Honor Society students will complete more than 1500 hours of service during this school year.
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