NORTHBRIDGE, Mass. — A total of 21 new members were inducted into Whitinsville Christian High School’s John T. Bajema chapter of the National Honor Society at a recent ceremony.
Music was provided by a vocal soloist and a strings quartet of National Honor Society members and inductees.
Over the past year, society members have raised $2,000 to provide farm animals for needy families in Africa. In addition, the society provided funds for a $2,000 scholarship for tuition at Whitinsville Christian to be given to a fellow student based on financial need.
The guest speaker was James Gulinello, vice president of human resources for Brown Brothers Harriman.
The inductees were Lauren Baker, Diana Brown, Nathan Casey, So Jung Choi, Matthew Colonero, Hunter Darling, Montana Darling, Abigail Epplett, William Fredericks, Daniel Gandek, Matthew Leduc, Kate Monaghan, Evan Perkins, Kevin Pierro, Emma Quercio, Amaryllis Santos, Sarah Sullivan, Jacob Swaim, Mackenzie Thibodeau, Rachel Treide and Megan Williams.
Located in Northbridge, Whitinsville Christian School is a private academic institution with 533 students enrolled in prekindergarten through Grade 12.
Established in 1928, it is the oldest fully accredited Christian school in New England, drawing students from 43 communities and 79 churches in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island.
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