Monday morning, a ceremony was held for student inductions into Honor Societies at Lausanne. Congratulations to all of the new members of the Spanish Honor Society, French Honor Society, National Chinese Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, National Art Honor Society, National English Honor Society, Rho Kappa Society, Science National Honor Society, Sigma Society and Modern Music Masters Society.
National Spanish Honor Society
La Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica is an honor society for the students of North American secondary schools who are enrolled in Spanish and Portuguese courses and who have shown through their work and passion a demonstrated interest in the learning of Spanish and Portuguese. Established in 1953, it is sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese and it is comprised by over 1,700 national and international chapters. The purpose of the society is to recognize high achieving high school students as well as to promote interest in Hispanic and Portuguese studies. Lausanne’s Spanish Honor Society chapter, El Greco, was established in 1986.
To be inducted in the Society, students must have received an A in a language in the three consecutive semesters prior to their induction; they must be currently enrolled in a Spanish class; they must be in tenth grade or above; and must have attended Lausanne for at least one year prior to their induction, unless the student is enrolled in level 3 or above. Additionally, candidates must have shown consistently an excellent character, seriousness of purpose, cooperation, honesty and commitment to the learning of Spanish.
Peter Calkins, Maura Cliff, Drew Culbreath, Cristian Gonzalez, Jad Hamze, Ayaka Kimura, Yuka Kimura, William Neff, Douglas Rogers, Elizabeth Surbrook and Alexandria Weaver.
Marc Bonnot, Rafaela Drumond, Robyn Evans, Sophie Faughnan, Olivia Hettinger, Orli Katz, Jacqueline Lee, Damla Onder, Yagmur Onder, Rafaela Pereira, André Piterman, Anwesha Satapathy, Alexander Stephens, Andrew Tian, Yusef Thomas, Carson Webb, Eliott Wright, Kaitlyn Wright, Sophia Basco, Isabella Bodini, Madeline Culbreth, Natalie Eslami, Christina Frye, Jacob Hackney, Armen Hanissian, Ryan Karchmer, Ethan Legget, Ruhi Natarajan, John Rack, Elana Scharff, Jai Sharma, Robert Walters and Samantha Weiss.
National French Honor Society
The aim of this organization is to stimulate interest in the study of French, to promote higher standards of scholarship, to reward high scholastic attainments, to create enthusiasm for and an understanding of francophone culture and civilization and to promote and perpetuate international friendship with the French-speaking world. Membership shall be based on scholarship in general and on scholarship in French in particular.
- Candidates must be in 10th, 11th or 12th grade of high school and be in their 4th semester of French. Exception is made for those who have 9th-grade standing and are in the second semester of French 2 or 3 because of extensive Middle School work in French.
- Candidates must have maintained an A average in French as determined by their current semester and the average of their previous academic years. In addition, candidates must have maintained a B average or higher in all other subjects.
Anjali Borschel, Dalia Chemaitilly, Virginia Derrick, Ali Devji, Yolanda He, Elle Nienhuis, Shreya Palakurthi and Freddie Rhodes.
Daniel Baymiller, Kelvin Borges, Bobbie Burnham, Kimberly Kerr, Agnes Kovesdy, Phillip Kulubya, Claire Kvande, Jason Reed, Woody Sharp, Anaum Showkat and Vilanna Wang.
National Mandarin Honor Society
National Chinese Honor Society is a privilege awarded to those who qualify based on academics, service, character and leadership. Members must have maintained an average of B in Chinese class and other courses, attended meetings and assigned volunteer works, work with the advisor and other members and follow all school and NCHS codes of conducts.
Wyatt Burnham, Sinema Byrd, Marcus Cohn, Isaac Dorsey, Emma Gubin, Skylar Harts, Sophia Holland, Philipp Meibohm, Jordan Pendleton, Ella Simpson and KJ Sneed.
Leila Akinwumiju, Lindsey Baker, Shomari Boxley, Avery Broughton, Brecken Brown, Caitlin Brown, Carson Bryant, Jeff Chai, Jesse Chai,
Liv Clayton, Richard Crais, Musa Dove, Venice Fan, Valerie Fan, Whit Ford, Stephan French, Zoe Gurney, Emma Hopper, David Hunt, Imaan Hussain, Isabel Kagoo, Trip Magdovitz, Caleb McCall, Britney Okhiria, Andrew Pae, Jason Reed, Martin Succar and Julia Whitehorn.
Quill and Scroll
To be eligible for a Quill and Scroll school membership, your high school must produce a magazine, newspaper, yearbook, literary magazine, broadcast program or a website. Also eligible are schools with students who are under the supervision of a local news bureau, radio television station or publication. School membership applications are provided by the international office upon request. A Quill and Scroll school membership is granted for the lifetime of the school and there are no annual dues.
Lindsey Baker, Isabella Bodini, Kelvin Borges, Maura Cliff, Zoe Hamblen, Orli Katz, Agnes Kovesdy, Jacqueline Lee, Matthew Russell, Anwesha Satapathy, Sultan Shah, Elana Scharff, Drew Sklar, Vilanna Wang and Ambria Williams.
National Art Honor Society
- Ongoing excellence in the visual arts, an "A" in 3 or more semesters of art, starting with the most recently completed semester. Ninth grade through 12th grade performance is reviewed for the National Art Honor Society, to be awarded, upon confirmation by faculty in 10th-12th grades, and 7th grade through 9th grade is reviewed for the National Junior Art Honor Society, to be awarded, upon confirmation by faculty, in 9th grade
- Exceptional studio work ethic in accordance with the class curriculum, and self-motivated studio work done without a teacher's prompting in addition to the regular class work
- Service-related extracurricular activities
- High moral character
- Enrollment in Lausanne for at least one year prior to the year of eligibility
- A sustained commitment to the visual arts
Mackenzie Barbour, Fierra Brown, Nadia Elroz, Jurique Maharajl, Naiya Nolan-Dillard, Danie Baymiller, Richard Crais, Tavin Davis, Isaac Mendez, Will Neff, Andrew Pae, Logan Segal, Brecken Brown, Carson Bryant, Michael Buziak, Molly Crais, Darian Eslami, Venice Fan, Jacob Hamer, Emilio Lachic,a Rachel Lambert, James Locke, Sophie Manis, Ellie Nienhuis, Shreya Palakurthi, Jonas Pflaumer, Hannah Siegler, Jordan Timmons, Eva Yu and Eric Zhang.
Sophie Basco, Isabella Bodini, Marie-Pia Bonnot, Bradley Bruckman, Henry Clayton, Noah Clinkscales, Kameron Cox, Madeline Culbreth, Natalie Eslami, Cameron Faulkner, Billy Giles, Charles Heiter, Alex Henry, Olivia Hettinger, Imaan Hussain, Lucas Jalenak, Ryan Karchmer, Chad Partee, Rose Ragsdale, Jenny Rogers, Elana Scharff ,Madeline Smith, Morgan Smith, Polly Strassburger, Andrew Tian, Robert Walters, Isaac Weiss, Sammi Weiss, Julia Whitehorn, Matt Williams, Solbok Yi, Parker Ashton, Marc Bonnot, Ben Brandon, Tevy Byrd, Madison Cooley, Ved Dalal, Ibrahim Farooq, Ethan Hof, Kayla Hope, Emma Hopper, Charlie Horning, Jim Keegan, Albert Lan, Jacqueline Lee, Alex Stephens and Jade Sublett.
Junior Art Honor Society
Jeffery Babb, Wyatt Burnham, Sinema Byrd,m Sara Devji, Seth Gibson, Emma Gubin, Ryan Hof, Amaya Holland, Olivia Howard, Alyssa Koplon, Hayley Ledbetter, Bella Leggett, Zoey Matthews, Walter Mink, Ariyana Muesse, Jason Naidu, India Norris, Shranav Palakurthi, Ella Peeples, Hannah Rothman, Susie Stephens and Annabella Tian.
National English Honor Society
A student must be a junior or senior with at least four semesters at Lausanne. A student must have maintained 85 percent or better in English class in each semester of his/her high school career (grades 9-12). A student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0. A student must have participated in an English/language arts event (such as WordSmith, Poetry Alive, or similar literary event) or must have been published in the Prism or Lynx Link or must have been recognized as an English scholar (for example: 10th Grade English Award, Creative Writing Award)
Lindsey Baker, Kelvin Borges, Henry Clayton, Liv Clayton, Maura Cliff, Drew Culbreth, Ved Dalal, Sopie Faughnan, Zoe Gurney, Zoe Hamblen, Orli Katz, Agnes Kovesdy, Jacqueline Lee, Naya Nolan-Dillard, Jason Reed, Anwesha Satapathy, Maggie Spence, Jade Sublett, Robert Walters, Niresha Wanigasekara, Vilanna Wang, Carson Webb, Ambria Williams and Summer Xia.
Sophie Basco, Natalie Eslami, Robyn Evans, Christina Frye, Claire Kvande, Imaan Hussain, Anthony McGhee, Ruhi Natarajan, Sammi Weiss and Julia Whitehorn.
Rho Kappa Society
Rho Kappa Social Studies Honor Society is the only national organization for high school juniors and seniors that recognizes excellence in the field of Social Studies. Through its sponsorship of Rho Kappa, National Council for the Social Studies hopes to encourage an interest in, understanding of and appreciation for the social studies.
It was first established in 2000 by The Florida Council for the Social Studies (FCSS), an affiliate of the NCSS. Working off of the FCSS initial idea the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) began RHO KAPPA Social Studies Honor Society in 2011. The Lausanne chapter was founded in 2014.
Membership in the Lausanne chapter is open to junior and seniors who have taken at least five semesters of social studies courses at Lausanne and earned an A at the conclusion of each semester.
Frank Allan, Jacob Hackney, Ryan Karchmer, Kevin Ou, Kestrel Strom, Carter Terry, Niresha Wanigasekara Katie Wright, Lindsay Baker, Marc Bonnot, Peter Calkins, Jeff Chai, Drew Culbreath, Ved Dalal, Ibrahim Farooq, Sophie Faughnan, Zoe Hamblen, Orli Katz, Kimberly Kerr, Agnes Kovesdy, Phillip Kulubya, Jacqueline Lee, William Lenz, Trip Magdovitz, Will Neff, Yagmur Onder, Rafaela Pereira, Anwesha Satapathy, Anaum Showkat, Christina Sigler, Alexander Stephens, Vilanna Wang, Carson Webb and Ambria Williams.
Sophie Basco, Henry Clayton, Liv Clayton, Maddie Culbreth, Natalie Eslami, Christina Frye, Zoe Gurney, Armen Hanissian, Alex Henry, Olivia Hettinger, Imaan Hussain, Claire Kvande, Ruhi Natarajan, John Rack, Jason Reed, Lydia Roeder, Jenny Rogers, Elana Scharff, Jai Sharma, Maggie Spence, Andrew Tian, Robert Walters, Sammi Weiss, Julia Whitehorn, Solbok Yi and Maya Younes.
Science National Honor Society
America has been honoring brilliant students through honor societies since 1921. Educators began to notice the need for subject specific honor societies in America’s high schools in the 1980's. Since then, new honor societies have sprung up to recognize and encourage students in such areas as English, Art, French, and Spanish. Until now, there has been no national honor society for Science. In this era of rapidly changing technologies and scientific advancement, it is time to encourage and recognize high school students in the Sciences.
SNHS is a prominent scientific organization that will engender a new group of young thinkers who will be the future of industry, research and scientific exploration for America.
Lindsey Baker, Marc Bonnot, Kelvin Borges, Peter Calkins, Jeff Chai, Sophia Faughnan, Zoe Hamblen, Orli Katz, Kimberly Kerr, Saad Khan, Agnes Kovesdy, Jacqueline Lee, Trip Magdovitz, Damla Onder, Yagmur Onder, Suneil Patel, Freddie Rhodes, Anwesha Satapathy, Anaum Showkat, Drew Sklar, Alex Stephens, Vilanna Wang, Ambria Williams, Bella Guan, John Rack, Lydia Roeder, Carter Terry and Eliott Wright.
Sophie Basco, Jordan Brown, Andrew Calkins, Jesse Chai, Liv Clayton, Maddie Culbreth, Natalie Eslami, Christina Frye, Zoe Gurney, Olivia Hettinger, Imaan Hussain, Claire Kvande, Ethan Leggett, Ruhi Natarajan, Jason Reed, Jenny Rodgers, Matthew Russell, Woody Sharp, Robert Walters, Sammie Weiss, Julia Whitehorn, Katie Wright and Maya Younes.
Active members of the Lausanne Sigma Society must be at least members of the junior class, must have completed at least five semesters of honors level mathematics with at least four of these semesters completed at Lausanne, must be currently enrolled in an honors level mathematics course and must have accumulated semester grades including the most recent semester grade of A’s in all of their mathematics classes taken in Upper School.
Lindsey Baker, Marc Bonnot, Kelvin Borges, Peter Calkins, Orli Katz, Kimberly Kerr, Saad Khan, Agnes Kovesdy, Jacqueline Lee, Damla Onder, Yagmur Onder, Sultan Shah, Christina Sigler and Vilanna Wang.
Sophia Basco, Jordan Brown, Andrew Calkins, Madeline Culbreth, Dishan Desai, Natalie Eslami, Christina Frye, Zoe Gurney, Armen Hanissian, Olivia Hettinger, Imaan Hussain, Claire Kvande, Ruhi Natarajan, Kevin Ou, John Rack, Jason Reed, Jai Sharma, Woody Sharp, Maggie Spence, Andrew Tian, Robert Walters, Samantha Weiss, Julia Whitehorn and Solbok Yi.
Modern Music Masters Honor Society
Modern Music Masters Tri-M Honor Society is a program of NAfME which focuses on creating future leaders in Music Education and Music Advocacy. Tri-M is the only national honor society for student musicians. Each year, students from across all 50 states contribute more than 750,000 service hours to their schools and local communities.
Criteria for induction include student's demonstration of :
- Exceptional musicianship, leadership, and service within their school's music department and community.
- Maintain, at least, a 3.75 GPA.
- Continued enrollment in a Lausanne music class, music club, or ensemble.
Margo Perugini-Cripps, Annabella Tian, Anjali Borschel, Tanner McDermott, Jack Faasse, Anne Rack, Yolanda He, Lucie Finley and Skylar Harts.
Lindsey Baker, Whit Ford, Saad Khan, Agnes Kovesdy, Ayaka Kimura, Yuka Kimura, Peter Calkins, Andrew Calkins, Elliot Wright, Freddie Rhodes, Kevin Ou, Kewe Chen, Gabriel Guillermo, Vilanna Wang, McKenzie Barbour and Connor Marsh.