NHS welcomes new members


SIDNEY — Christian Academy Schools held their National Honor Society Inductions on Wednesday, Feb. 17. The speaker for the event was Andrew Ditmer, an alumna of CAS, class of 2013 and a member of the NHS. Ditmer spoke to the students about how each of the pillars applies to their lives right now. He also recognized all the work parents put into helping the students achieve their goals.

Current NHS members Kylie Oglesby and Addison Morris explained the pillars to the student body. Mrs. Janay Michael, the NHS adviser, introduced the new members, seniors Laurel Chalfant, daughter of Wayne Chalfant and Jennifer Chalfant, and Cassidy Rhoades, daughter of Berry and Kelly Rhoades.

Founded in 1978, Christian Academy Schools has been providing an outstanding Christian education to the students of Shelby, Miami and Auglaize Counties for the past 40 years. Established to fulfill the need to develop and instill Biblical principles in the education of their children, Christian Academy School staff is dedicated to equipping and inspiring students to be a new generation of Christ-Centered Leaders. For more information, visit www.caseagles.org or call 937-492-7556 and schedule a tour.

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