Members of the NAHS Class of 2018 and 2019: Left to Right:1st row: Mrs. Grady, Maddie Imler, Allyson Withers, Brenden Dunn, Morgan Cordell, Tasha Rice2nd row: Jaycee Fullen, Krista Szymczak, Payton Otterbacher, Emma Whitmore, Courtney Moebs, Whitley Calder, Caleb Morgan, Gabrielle Ortiz3rd row: Hallie Anderson, Victoria Sprague, Mariah Hemming, Hannah Brosher, Elliana Park, Aubrey Barker, Cole Radcliff, Maya Welsh4th row: Kinsey Whaley, Anna Whitaker, Jasmine Knisley, Gretchen Search, Danielle Jones, Shannon Benner, Drew Theller, Ryan Jenkins - Not pictured: Victoria Goff
Circleville - Fifteen Circleville High School students were inducted into the 2019 Class of the National Art Honor Society (NAHS) Monday evening among peers, faculty, and administrators.
The 2019 Class was made up of the following: Caleb Morgan, Victoria Sprague, Hallie Anderson, Kinsey Whaley, Courtney Moebs, Aubrey Barker, Hannah Brosher, Cole Radcliff, Elliana Park, Jasmine Knisley, Maya Welsh, Whitley Calder, Mariah Hemming, Anna Whitaker, and Emma Whitmore.
In order to obtain membership in NAHS, students must receive a recommendation/nomination from a teacher, hold a 3.0 GPA or higher, and display institutional values of kindness, generosity, leadership and service skills, and a willingness to use creativity and art to make the world a better place.
Also in attendance were members of last year's class of inductees including president Morgan Cordell, vice-president Allyson Withers, historian Madison Imler, secretary Brenden Dunn, and treasurer Tash Rice.