Lexington Christian Academy Juniors and Seniors Inducted Into National Honor Society

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On Tuesday, April 26th, outstanding Juniors and Seniors were honored in a ceremony in the Cross Center for Worship and the Performing Arts as Lexington Christian Academy’s newest members of the National Honor Society of Secondary Schools.

Lexington Christian Academy 2016 NHS Induction Ceremony
At LCA, we hope to nurture academic brilliance, which is characterized by constant inquiry and a desire to mold the contours of new knowledge with an application toward real world situations.

On Tuesday, April 26th, outstanding Juniors and Seniors were honored in a ceremony in the Cross Center for Worship and the Performing Arts as Lexington Christian Academy’s newest members of the National Honor Society of Secondary Schools. This organization, of which LCA has been a proud member since 1955, strives “to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership and to develop character in the students of secondary schools.”

Students selected for NHS membership exhibited excellence across the four categories of Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Character. Jeremy Alexander, NHS’s Advisor, school chaplain and head of the Bible & History Division, noted that, “The day we do NHS inductions is always a special day. It’s amazing to see senior members stand up and share their wisdom with the inductees through speeches on the core values of NHS. Furthermore, it’s exciting to see all the new inductees and realize all the hard work that has been poured into them and that they have poured out. I’m reminded that we have phenomenal students. It makes me proud to be a part of this organization.”

Head of School Tim Russell, who presided over the ceremony, spoke with great pride toward those honored. “At LCA, we hope to nurture academic brilliance, which is characterized by constant inquiry and a desire to mold the contours of new knowledge with an application toward real world situations,” said Russell. “As I conducted the NHS induction, I was delighted to see a cadre of 11th and 12th Grade students who represent those lofty aims.”

LCA has been a proud member of the National Honor Society since its charter was awarded in 1955. Since then, generations of LCA students have graduated as NHS inductees.

Senior Inductees included:
Jeffrey Cheung – Lexington
Andrew Jeon – Lexington
Aubrey King – Sudbury
Zihan Ma – Winchester
Liam O’Toole – Arlington
Olivia Schuh – Wilmington
Svetlana Sheehan – Watertown
Ruben Walter - Melrose

Junior Inductees included:
Grace Agabedis – Sudbury
Ann Rees Berry – Maynard
Emma Blatchley – Burlington
Jason Calandra – Ipswich
Andrei Cerci – Waltham
Seoin Choe – Newton
Alec Citrano – Medford
David Cravens – Woburn
Victoria Cusanello – Lexington
Melanie DeOliveria – Woburn
Oluwafikemi Faleye – Billerica
Binhan Ge - Maynard
Katherine Horcher - Concord
Marco Incampo – North Andover
Joo Eun Jang - Waltham
Annika Johnson – Burlington
Thomas J. Karanian    - Billerica
Hannah Koizumi – Upton
Chase Krivickas – Winchester
Hannah Lauffer - Stow    
Kaylie Levitz - Lexington
Juliet Morrison – Arlington
Scarlett O’Brien – Harvard
Nelson Olawoyin – Walpole
Zian Perez - Cambridge
Felipe Pinto - Wilmington
Mariam Pitan - Malden
David Dean Rusk - Arlington
Robert Scaro III - Arlington
Walter Sharon – Chelmsford
Fengdan Shi – Lexington
Stephen Ahn – Newton
Owen Spangler – Arlington
Benjamin Thomas – Lexington
Bethany Van Antwerp – Billerica
Arianna Visocchi – Burlington
Peter Walsh – Winchester
Jesse Welch – Burlington

Lexington Christian Academy is an independent college preparatory school that exists to educate young men and women in the arts and sciences in the context of a complete commitment to the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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