CCA honors upper school students
CHESTERTOWN — New members of the American Christian Honor Society Cross Bearers Chapter were recently inducted during a tapping ceremony hosted by the Chestertown Christian Academy. According to a news release, requirements included an 85 percent grade point average in all academic classes during their freshman year and the first half of their sophomore year. The release states, students are to be leaders among their peers with good character, hard workers and demonstrate school spirit. The staff evaluates all academically eligible students and selections are made for those students who represent the values and training of the school. A candle-light ceremony was held where current member’s expressed the standards of the honor society. Families were invited to attend a luncheon in their honor. According to the release, honor members offer “peer tutoring, leadership in serving others and encouragement to the underclassmen to always do their best with God’s help.” High School teacher Lynn Poore sponsors the honor society and organizes its events. Current honor society members are Chris Bolander, Emily Clark, Caleb Eichler, AndiBeth Lloyd, and Autumn Schulgin. New honor society members are Layla Brand, Helena Cress, Reyner Meikle, Paul Myers and Heidi Pfadt.
The Chestertown Christian Academy honored upper school students who have achieved academic excellence.