Bonny Eagle High School, Standish: Thirty students were recently inducted into the National Honor Society.

New members from Standish are: Katelyn Boyer, Mallory Brooks. Anthony Ciampi, Alison Clift, Morgan Costa, Paul Druchniak, Meaghan Kane, Rachel Litif, Alysha Miles, Shannon Sanborn, Erika Stevens, Shannon Stuart, Sean Walsh and Avery Wormwood.

New members from Buxton are: Kelsey Bulger, Samantha Cox, Ashley Crane, Paige Emery, Marley Harmon, Alexis Pinkham, Connor Shields, Ian Smith, Todd Thompson and Amanda Wallace.

New members from Limington are: Cara Kinney, Steven Murphy and Natasha Vayda.

New members from Hollis are: Gaelyn Lindauer, Katie Quinn and Sean Turner.


Cheverus High School, Portland, inducted 44 students into the National Honor Society on Jan. 30. They are: Michelle Giordano, Alfred; Katie Sharma, Arundel; Anna Herling, Bowdoin; Magdalena Niedermeyer, Buxton; Cameron Olson, Durham; Gerald O’Hanlon and Charles Rainville, both of Falmouth; Connor O’Neil and Elizabeth Gwilym, both of Freeport; Ryan Ward, Gray; Erin Shellene, Kennebunkport; Erica Papkee, Long Island; Katie Shapiro, North Waterboro; Sarah LaQuerre, Old Orchard Beach; Spencer Amberson, Cecilia Chen, Molly Cloutier, Gaia Cloutier, Mark Fernandez, Emily Gibson, Abby Harrison, Cameron Mullen, Bradford Pineau, Alexandra Wirth and Madeline Woods, all of Portland; Andrew Bennett, Raymond; Anthony DiModica and Allison Saunders, both of Saco; Gabriella Casale, John Cella, Bryan Cross, Ceile Day, Kaitlin Doherty and Taylor Spang, all of Scarborough; Bobbiella Andoh, Mary Hendry, Thomas Sullivan and Alexandra Swallow, all of South Portland; Lukas Temple, Topsham; Emmett Roy, Wells; Raphael Tshamala, Westbrook; Christian Deschenes, Windham; Katherine Parker and David Woodbury, both of Yarmouth.


Also at Cheverus High School: Senior Kelly Thomas, a senior from Standish, placed first in the Varsity Lincoln-Douglas debate division of the Maine Forensic Association State Championships on Jan. 29. Senior Aubrey Haskell of Portland placed fourth, and the Cheverus Debate Team placed third in the team sweepstakes.


Catherine McAuley High School, Portland: Based on High School Placement Test results, Catherine Call, daughter of Michael and Carol Call of Scarborough, and Katherine Hodgdon, daughter of Kenneth and Terry Hodgdon of Westbrook, have been awarded the school’s Academic Excellence Scholarship. Both are incoming freshmen and will each receive $25,000 over the course of four years at McAuley.