Archbishop McNicholas High School inducted 19 new members into its chapter of the Science National Honor Society (SNHS) on Weds., Sept. 13. This induction marks the fourteenth class to be inducted into the chapter and featured remarks from McNicholas alumni Dr. Natalie Singer ’98, urologist at the Cincinnati Veteran’s Administration Hospital.
After individual introductions of the science scholars, Dr. Singer spoke to the seniors and their families about the importance of overcoming obstacles and continuing to move forward.
The new SNHS members have an overall grade point average of at least 87% and a non-weighted average of 92% in science classes. They have taken or are taking four years of science including biology, chemistry, physics and at least one AP science course and have pursued science outside the classroom in some way. With their induction, the members will be assisting McNicholas students in preparing for science fairs at the local, regional, and state levels and will judge the McNicholas science fair as well as some grade school science fairs.
This year’s SNHS class includes Alex Ballou, Kennedy Brennan, Wade Brokamp, Alexis Gauger, Jude Gerrard, Luke Guessford, Scott Hickman, Ethan Huston, Matt Isemann, Soren Koch-Hutchinson, Skyler Lance, Brett Liming, Nick Longbottom, Tanner McClanahan, Kiernan Meakin, Samantha Moser, Andrew Russell. Maria Staubach, and Nate Williams.