On May 9, 2024, Quaker Digital Academy celebrated a significant milestone as it inducted 12 outstanding students into the prestigious National Honor Society (NHS). The induction ceremony marked not only a recognition of academic excellence, but also a celebration of the student's commitment to scholarship, leadership, service, and character.

The induction ceremony served as a testament to the values upheld by Quaker Digital Academy and the NHS alike. Family members, faculty, and fellow students gathered to honor the achievements of the newly inducted members and to inspire them to continue their pursuit of excellence in all aspects of their lives.

Each of the 12 students selected for induction demonstrated exemplary academic performance, maintaining a high GPA and exhibiting a genuine passion for learning. Beyond academic achievement, these students also demonstrated exceptional leadership skills, both inside and outside the classroom. Each inductee showcased a commitment to making a positive impact on the world around them.

The induction ceremony symbolizes not only a recognition of past achievements but also a call to action for the future. As they embark on this new chapter of their academic journey, the inductees are encouraged to continue striving for excellence, to lead by example, and to make a positive difference in their communities and beyond. Their induction into the National Honor Society serves as a testament to their hard work, dedication, and potential to shape a brighter future for themselves and others.

National Junior Honor Society

Quaker Digital Academy inducted 5 new members and Quaker Preparatory Academy inducted 3 new members on May 9, 2024, into the National Junior Honor Society.   It was a great evening recognizing the achievements of these outstanding young people.  

Instructional Supervisors introduced each new member by sharing the ways their student exhibits the qualities valued by the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS).  Students showed excellence in academic achievement by working independently to earn grades of a 3.0 or higher.  Service achievements ranged from hours spent volunteering at parks and churches to helping coach younger children. Another important quality of members, leadership, was shown by being vice-presidents,  team captains, and directing choir.  It is no wonder that many were described as being committed, responsible, hard-working, and respectful in the area of character qualities.

New members were pinned by current members who made the trip to New Philadelphia with some driving over 2 hours to be there.  A special part of the ceremony was seeing a sibling pin a younger sibling and a friend pin another friend as relationships have been built in a mostly online environment.  

Students stood together and recited the NJHS pledge officially making them a part of a group of outstanding young citizens whose futures we know will shine.

A recording of the ceremony can be found on our YouTube page or our Facebook page. Photos from this event can be found here.