Two Terre Haute Indiana Connections Academy students are among 47 statewide inducted into its National Honor Society for 2018-19. 

Included in the NHS class are Alena Cook, grade 12, and Claire Lueking, grade 11, from Terre Haute. As a full-time, online public school, Indiana Connections Academy conducted an in-person induction ceremony allowing students to recite the NHS pledge, light a ceremonial candle and sign the school’s official chapter book.

The induction recognizes high school students in grades 10-12 who have demonstrated the four pillars of NHS: character, service, leadership and scholarship. Students must have a cumulative GPA of 85, B, 3.0 on a 4.0 scale or equivalent standard of excellence.

“Being inducted into the National Honor Society serves as an extraordinary recognition for students,” said Jennifer Osburn, adviser of the National Honor Society at Indiana Connections Academy. 

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Indiana Connections Academy is a K-12 virtual charter school authorized by Ball State University.

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