School Notes: May 8

Honor society students

A number of students from Johnston County have been inducted into Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest collegiate honor.

They are Laura Burke of Clayton, Lilian Faulconer of Smithfield, Taylor Hinnant of Kenly, Emily Huff of Benson, Taylor Leposa of Smithfield, Rachel Moore of Smithfield and Casey Pearce of Four Oaks.

Pearce attends Campbell University. The rest are students at East Carolina University.

The honor society is open to the top 10 percent of seniors and top 7.5 percent of juniors.

College student honored

Joshua Stevens, a Clayton High School graduate, was among the students honored when Westminster College in New Wilmington, Pa., recognized students in its mathematics, computer science, computer information systems, physics and engineering physics programs.

Stevens is a senior computer science major. He is the son of John and Kimberly Stevens.

Neuse Charter honors

Neuse Charter School has announced the newest members of the National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society.

The following high school students were inducted into the National Honor Society: Decarius Bryant, Nathan Carroll, Alania Crosier, Dominique Dakin, Tyler Hammer, Mattie High, Zoe Hubbard, Kaitlyn Hunt, Julissa Jaen, Lacey Jones, Alexander Klisiewecz, Abby Lampe, Emily Lee, Silas McClure, Caitlin Miller, Kaylin Newhart, Anabelle Ortiz, Marisa Tedder, James Will, Abigail Williams, and Kyle Williams.

The following middle school students were inducted into the National Junior Honor Society: Sydnee Browning, Taylor Campbell, Joan Chen, Sara Clark, Camden Crocker, Colin Danielson, Ethan Green, Camden Gurley, Brantley Harris, Kelsea Herring, Jordan Hester, Joseph Honeycutt, Rebekah Jenkins, Mackenzie Johnson, Sean Lambert, JoieLeigh Mason, Griffin Moore, Sophia Mir, Bennett Nascimento, Spencer Parker, Michele Phipps, Cameron Pleasants, Alexander Powers, Baylee Smith, Joseph Stark, Olivia Tedder, Jacob Tremblay, Lucas Turecky, Tyler Turecky, Jessie Whaley, Emily Williams, and Alyssa Wilson.

In both honor societies members must have a grade point average of at least a 3.5.

Student from Princeton named to honor society

Logan Pace of Princeton has been inducted into the Louisburg College chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, an international honor society for students in two-year colleges.

To qualify, a student must have a grade point average of 3.5 or better.