Eleven students inducted into Foreign Language Honors Society


Students inducted into the Foreign Language Honors Society pose for a picture with returning members after the ceremony. Induction took place on Sept. 10 in the library.

Students in foreign language classes had the opportunity to apply for the Foreign Language Honors Society last spring. Those interested had to fill out an application as well as acquire letters of recommendations.  

Eleven new members were selected and formally inducted into the FLHS on Sept. 10 in the library. 

Among the new members was junior Marrissa Raynesford 

I applied for FLHS because I’m very interested in learning Spanish, and this sounded like a good way to represent that,” Raynesford said.  

Junior Ginny Ke applied in order to involve herself more within the community. 

“I usually don’t have the mindset to volunteer, but having a group of people alongside me encourages me to be more active within the community,” Ke said.  

Throughout the year, the society will participate in different community service projects.  

I am most looking forward to the activities we might be doing throughout the year,” Raynesford said. “Our president and vice seem like they have a lot of fun ideasThe Honor Society is relatively new, but I’m excited to be a part of it, and I hope that more people will join in the future.”