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Photo provided by Allison Wrenn -- New members of the Runnels chapter of the National Honor Society welcomed during a ceremony in the Gladys Hague Runnels Theatre on Oct. 16 are, front row from left, Eva Kruger, Blair LeBleu, Kristen Haller, Rachel Yura, Savannah Sanders, Jasmine Felton, Abigail Scarton, Nikhilia Theegala, Caroline Parks and Jeehan Mikdadi; and back row, Regan Dean, Emily Britt, Micah Danos, Jena Bordelon, Julia Sanders, Ross Stephens, Heath Moser, Matthew Gallant, John Wiese, Henry Forgey, Andrew Mitchell and Luc Kharey. Not pictured is Adam Howe.

The Runnels High School chapter of the National Honor Society inducted 23 juniors at a candlelight ceremony held Oct. 16 in the Gladys Hague Runnels Theatre.

New members are Jena Bordelon, Emily Britt, Micah Danos, Regan Dean, Jasmine Felton, Henry Forgey, Matthew Gallant, Kristen Haller, Adam Howe, Luc Kharey, Eva Kruger, Blair LeBleu, Jeehan Mikdadi, Andrew Mitchell, Heath Moser, Caroline Parks, Julia Sanders, Savannah Sanders, Abigail Scarton, Ross Stephens, Nikhilia Theegala, John Wiese and Rachel Yura.

Admission is based on scholarship, good character, leadership and service. Students maintaining a 3.4 GPA during freshman and sophomore years and into their junior year are invited to apply. Students seeking admission are required to submit an essay detailing their involvement in community service, school groups and after-school activities, a news release said.