The National Honor Society is a group of honors students at Bow High School who have been carefully picked to represent our school. The National Honor Society handles most of the volunteering that the school does for organizations as well as provides free tutoring services to the school. This year, our Chapter has accumulated over 797 community service hours and 530 tutoring hours while also hosting over 32 events ranging from community service to fundraising for our school and community. Let us know if you need our tutors!
Character is what distinguishes one individual from another. It is the product of constant striving to make the right choices day after day. Students with good character demonstrate respect, responsibility, trustworthiness, fairness, caring, and citizenship in all of their actions.
Scholarship is characterized by a commitment to learning. A student is willing to spend the necessary time to cultivate his/ her mind in the quest for knowledge. This pillar can only be achieved through diligence and effort. Scholarship means always doing the best work possible, regardless of impending reward.
Leaders take the initiative to aid others in a wholesome manner throughout their daily activities. Leaders sacrifice their personal interests in order to yield to the needs of others. Leaders need wisdom and self-confidence to affect change in all aspects of their lives.
The pillar of service can be reached in a variety of ways. The willingness to work for the benefit of those in need without compensation or recognition of any kind is a quality that is essential in NHS members. As a service club, the National Honor Society is highly concerned with giving its all to the school and community at large.
The Bow High School Chapter of the National Honor Society is filled with 63 brilliant young minds looking to make a difference in their school. The school's members come from the junior and senior classes and represent the best BHS has to offer.
The senior members this year are: Kaylee Andrew, Sara Anoli, Austin Beaudette, Kristen Benson, Duke Biehl, Sullivan Blair, C. Anthony Celenza, Gianna Celenza, Robert Ciotti, Lucas Cohen, Lauren Craven, Sohani Demian, Eliorah Finkelson, Mason Elle-Gelernter, Sebastian Grasso, Riley Hicks, Abigail Horner, Sarah Jarrar, Paige Johnson, Nandita Kasireddy, Rebecca Katz, Olivia Krause, Conner Lorenz, Hallie Lothrop, Joseph Lulka, Emily Montebianchi, Michael Mullen, Claire Mulvaney, Samuel Neff, Bryce Northrop, Brandon Parker, Elizabeth Pizzi, Isabella Urbina, Jack Vachon, Sadie Warburton, Elin Warwick, Brendan Winch, and Elysia Woody.
The junior members this year are: Claire Aurilio, Allison Beaudette, Mark Borak Jr, Susannah Budd, Brian Bushnell, Abbey Coe, Sonya DeLorie, Nolan Filteau, Shannon Ford, Benjamin Guertin, Jonathan Guimond, Dillon Hicks, Laura Hoeker, Kathleen Jenkins, Cole Johnson, Alison Lambert, Gillian Martin, Christian McDonald, Joseph Milano, Gwen Molind, Valerie Pascetta, Lina Patel, Emma Roberge, Amanda Sampo, and Samuel Selleck.
President: Sohani Demian - Sohani is President as a senior this year after being the Vice President of NHS last year. She is excited to lead NHS and collaborate with other members to make the coming months as impactful and rewarding as possible. Sohani is also a student senator and competes in Varsity cross country running, Nordic skiing, and track.
Vice President: Samuel Selleck - Samuel (Sam) is a junior this year, and he is very excited to help lead a productive, meaningful group of students this year on NHS! Sam participates in Varsity cross country running, skiing, and baseball, and he is the proud co-founder of Bow High's very own ping pong club. He looks forward to assuming the role of President of NHS next year.
Secretaries: Elizabeth Pizzi - Elizabeth (Lizzie) is very excited for her senior year this year! Lizzie is actively involved in school culture. She is a part of Interact club, peer outreach, journalism club, olive branch club, and she is on the executive board of the Spanish Club. She was also a captain of the Varsity field hockey team this year.
Elysia Woody - Elysia is a senior this year and is very excited to be a part of the NHS executive board this year! She's hoping to help make this year the best one yet! Along with NHS, Elysia is a student senator and plays Varsity soccer and lacrosse.
Treasurer: Conner Lorenz - Conner is a senior this year. He is involved in Granite State Challenge, ping pong club and Varsity baseball. He is also the founder of the school's juggling club and loves math. He is rarely seen around school without his backpack full of juggling balls!
Parliamentarian: Nandita Kasireddy - Nandita is a senior this year. She is a three sport athlete, playing on the school's Varsity tennis, indoor track, and cross country running teams. Along with this, she is the secretary for the senior class and anchors the hottest news show in Bow, Talon Talk TV.
Historian: Olivia Krause - Olivia is a senior this year. In addition to NHS, she also participates in the Interact club, serves on the executive board of the Student Athlete Leadership Council, and is the president of the senior class of 2017! She also participates in Varsity cross country running and lacrosse. She is excited to be a part of the NHS board this year!
Webmasters: Austin Beaudette - Austin is a senior this year. He is a three sport athlete, playing on the school's Varsity hockey, baseball, and cross country running teams. He is also a board member of the Student Athlete Leadership Council and competes on the math team. He looks forward to a great year this year!
Brandon Parker - Brandon is a senior this year. He is the venture crew Vice President at Bow High, and is excited to be a part of the NHS board this year! He is most looking forward to working with the Special Olympics and getting NHS more involved with their efforts. Brandon is interested in pursuing a computer science and/or electrical engineering degree in college after high school.
Sara Anoli has been proven the most dedicated member of the Society by amassing a total of 52 hours of tutoring and community service, the highest combined total of any of our members! Congratulations!
Mason Elle-Gelernter has given back to the community by volunteering through the Society earning 38 hours! This is the most community service done by any of our members. Awesome job!
Sarah Jarrar has earned the title of Most Tutoring Completed by donating 26 hours toward benefiting the education of fellow peers! You stand out among fellow Society members for your altruism. Well done!
Honorable Mention courtesy of the NHS advisors:
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