30 DME Student-Athletes Achieve National Honors Society Distinction

30 DME Academy Students Achieve National Honors Society Distinction

The National Honors Society (NHS) is an organization that recognizes high school students who have demonstrated excellence in academics, leadership, service, and character. This year, 30 student-athletes from DME Academy have achieved the great honor of being inducted into the NHS.  An honor that is a testament to their dedication and hard work. 

Being a student-athlete requires a high level of time management and discipline, as athletes must balance their rigorous training schedules with their academic responsibilities. The fact that these honorees from DME Academy have excelled in both areas is truly remarkable. They have demonstrated their ability to manage their time effectively, prioritize responsibilities, and perform at a high level in both academics and athletics.

“To achieve academic excellence takes sincere determination and self-discipline. Being inducted into the National Honor Society is a way for students to be recognized and encouraged for academic achievement and scholarship”,  said Maria Burgos, Head of School at DME. “I have so much pride in our NHS inductees this year. Our student-athletes have continued to astound us with their commitment to their education and community.”

Congratulations to the following students! 

  • Rocco Arbocco
  • Pedro Baptista-Teixeira Aysa Barnes
  • Victor Bazet-Braun
  • Adrian Biaggi
  • Maria Cerqueira-Assis
  • Oscar Hourruitiner
  • Kylee Isaac
  • Kendall Kane
  • Hannah Kelly
  • Nikolas Koveos
  • Mak Kustric
  • Robert Lizalek
  • James Manson
  • Mohammed Nasereddin
  • Maor Nekrashevich
  • Nathan Ojukwu
  • Baraka Okojie
  • Mikel Ortega-Dypdalen Dominika Paurova
  • Gabriel Santos-Burgos
  • Olivia Schmitt
  • Janiesia Stokes
  • Makayla Stokes

Being inducted into the NHS is not just about academic achievement, but also about character and leadership. These student-athletes have shown that they are not just talented athletes, but also responsible and compassionate individuals who are committed to making a positive impact in their community. Their induction into the NHS is a well-deserved recognition of their hard work and serves as an inspiration for other student-athletes to strive for excellence in all aspects of their lives.