Ridgefield High School Inducts 140 New National Honor Society Members

140 New National Honor Society Members

On Tuesday morning, Ridgefield High School inducted members of the National Honors Society (NHS). These 140 seniors excelled in academics, leadership, and community service while maintaining an exemplary attendance record.

NHS members will continue to serve their community through tutoring, mentoring, and other services. Please read more from the NHS President below.

View the full program of the ceremony, including all the inductees, here.

Student Leaders

Skylar Kleinman (President), Emma Levine (Vice President), Corrie Vakil (Tutoring Chair), Claire Zhang (Secretary)

Staff Advisors

Liz Karlan, Amy Christofer

NHS President Describes Compassionate Students Who Want to Help

New NHS President, Skylar Kleinman writes, "I feel extremely fortunate to be working alongside some of Ridgefield High School's most compassionate students. Every member brings a unique perspective to our chapter through diverse community service experiences and academic strengths. It's particularly motivating to be part of a group that demonstrates such a strong interest in helping others. Historically, Ridgefield's National Honor Society has maintained its strongest impact within the high school, most notably by coordinating fall and spring blood drives. Our executive team wants to change that this year to expand NHS' impact to people of all ages within the Ridgefield community.

I've started to develop new relations between our chapter and local charities to coordinate volunteer opportunities. When a Ridgefield organization needs volunteer support or a local family needs a tutor for their child, I want them to think of Ridgefield High School's National Honor Society students. I'm excited for what our chapter will achieve this year...with 140 driven members, I know we can make a great impact on our school and the Ridgefield community."



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