On Friday night, March 5th, Saint Saviour High School inducted 31 of its 86 seniors into their Mother Mary Myles Chapter of the National Honor Society. That number represents 36% of the senior class. The evening included a description of the 4 pillars of NHS, read by four of the honored seniors. The president of the club, Megan Walsh, read a review of “service”. Mary O’Regan discussed “leadership,” Gina Alioto reviewed “scholarship” and Honora Coughlin defined “character”. Also honored were juniors and sophomores who qualified as nominees to the National Honor Society. Sr. Valeria Belanger SSND, Principal, and Margaret Bernstein, Assistant Principal presided over the event, along with the moderator of NHS Regina Bellettiere. In all, there are 18 juniors and 19 sophomores, numbers that represent 22% and 20% of those grades, respectively. Parents, family, faculty and friends were all present to applaud the girls’ achievement. Moderator of the NHS is Regina Bellettiere who stands to the far right in the Senior Class Photo. Two residents of Belle Harbor are members of the St. Saviour High School National Honor Society. They are: Samantha Carini, first row, 5th from left and Jeanmarie Haggerty, 2 row left.255p1_xlg.jpg

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