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National Honor Society

The 2017 NHS Faith West Academy Chapter Inductees are; (Front Row L to R) Kelsey Wylie, Joshua Romero, Ha Hoang, Hailey Hirst, Keelie Laird, Grace Lopez, and Jade Casasent. (SECOND ROW) Jonathan Rightmire, Phu Nguyen, Clara Watts, Lauren Wilson, Madison Muse, Summerlee Zavidny, and Brandon Dunleavy. (BACK ROW) Matthew Mladenka, Tiffany Thompson, Addison Martin, Lauren Boatright, Osamudiamwen Egbon, and Joseph Robertson.

Twenty new members were inducted into the Faith West Academy Chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) during a ceremony Thursday, March 30, at the FWA auditorium in Katy.
Members were selected who demonstrated outstanding performance in scholarship (3.5 GPA), leadership, service, and character. “National Honor Society members are chosen for and then expected to continue their exemplary contributions to the school and community,” said Mrs. Sandye Reed, chapter advisor.
Guest speaker for the induction ceremony was Dr. Phillip Marshall, Pastor of Education at Founders Baptist Chapter and Assistant Professor of Biblical Languages at Houston Baptist University. He delivered an inspiration speech to an audience of nearly 100 people. He emphasized that each of the four pillars (Scholarship, Service, Character, and Leadership) of the NHS should be for the Glory of God.
Mrs. Reed introduced each the inductees after addressing the activities, service projects, and other qualifications of the candidates. After the ceremony, there was a brief reception for inductees, family, and friends.

Stop Hunger NowStop Hunger Now is a nonprofit organization that works to end World Hunger. This Saturday, February 6th at 10:30 a.m. in the Main Commons, Mayde Creek High School (MCHS) and National Honor Society (NHS) will be hosting a Stop Hunger Now Meal Packaging Event. MCHS students will be packing 10,152 meals for people in developing countries who have no food.  For this event, MCHS students have raised 3,000$ to sponsor the cost of the meals.  MCHS students’ vision is to encourage others to be involved in community service, to feel for others and make the world a better place.



Color for a Cause is a 5k color run hosted by Taylor NHS and FBLA benefiting the Arc of Katy. The Arc of Katy is a local non-profit corporation that works to create opportunities for all children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Come support the Arc of Katy with us by participating in Color for a Cause! It will be held at James E. Taylor High School and is open to participants of all ages. The run will not be timed, and there will also be a shorter track available for persons with special needs. Running is completely optional, and you are more than welcome to walk or even skip the whole way! We hope to see you there!
To register, go to  http://colorforacause.weebly.com/