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LHS inducts 15 into National Honor Society

Posted on October 8, 2021

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The Lawrenceville High School Chapter of the National Honor Society held its induction ceremony on Oct. 6 where 15 new members were inducted. The 15 new members join the 14 current members and are officially accepted after taking the National Honor Society Pledge during the ceremony.

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