Colleton County High School inducts new members into the National Honor Society annually; however, due to the spread of COVID-19, the 2020–2021 Induction Ceremony was held via a digital video.
The purpose of the National Honor Society is to elevate student and school academic achievement, refine leadership qualities and increase community engagement. NHS inductees have to meet a GPA requirement to be considered eligible for induction and also pass a rigorous selection process.
As a member of National Honor Society, members must maintain the character and scholarship requirements while completing at least 40 hours of service to the community. Some volunteer activities that NHS inductees will participate in this year include serving at the Colleton County Animal Shelter and leading virtual tutoring sessions.
Inducted in this year’s virtual ceremony were: Beach, Charleston; Biering, Hannah; Blackshear, Russunde; Boseman, Robert; Brown, JiLaysha; Bryan, Julie; Buckner, Adam; Bunton, Laura; Caudillo, Emiliano; Chisolm-Riley, Katelyn; Crabtree, Laurel; Crosby, Bayleigh; Crosby, Hope; DuBois, Kaitlyn; Dunigan, Amyah; Ellison, Camille; Erwin, Nathan; Fanchette, Sean; Franklin, Donovan; Frazier, Alicia; Frazier, Genesis; Gilliland, Allison; Hanna, Rebekah; Hicks, D’ Andre; Hundley, Tyshawn; Infinger, Allison; Jackson, Haley; Johnson, Alayna; Leyva, Kelly; Musgrave, Jesse; Nesmith, Dashawn; O’Quinn, Zach; Obenaus, Sierra; Patel, Henna; Polk, Jacob; Reynolds, Lauren; Rumph, Sarah; Sharpe, Keshona; Simpson, Kioye; Stephens, Alaysia; Sweat, Makayla; Taylor, Peyton; Thurston, Gavin; Wilson, Toni-Chanel; and Yahner, Iain.