Archbishop Stepinac High School, one of the nation’s top 50 Catholic high schools, recently inducted 39 students into its National Honor Society (NHS) chapter during an induction ceremony held at the school, 950 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains.
The NHS was created to recognize the nation’s outstanding high school students. Students are inducted into the NHS based on their high academic performance, their service to the school and community, their demonstrated leadership skills and their good character.
The Stepinac NHS inductees and their hometowns are:
New Rochelle: Aidan Flood
Rye Brook: Michael Cally
Scarsdale: Gregory Beinart
White Plains:Patrick Austin, Andre Braga, Aidan Benjamin, Jiayan Liang, Timothy Ryan and Michael Scwarz
The mission of Archbishop Stepinac High School is to offer young men of the Archdiocese of New York a highly competitive academic and extracurricular program that will prepare them for college and leadership roles. The faculty and staff accomplish these objectives by pursuing excellence and creating a supportive, disciplined atmosphere with a strong sense of camaraderie and Christian values that is unique to the Stepinac experience.
For more information, visit www.Stepinac.org