National Honor Society

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4 pillars of national honor society
One of the highest honors we can bestow upon some of our students is induction into National Honor Society.
Mrs. Marissa Logue, CA Principal

Canandaigua Academy 2023-24 Members

Andrews, Jessica

Barnes, Joshua

Barone, Russell

Bjorling, Taryn

Broomfield, Emerson

Burnett, Kelley

Chapman, Kyleigh

heney, Julia

Ciccolone, Brennan

Delforte, Lucas

DeRue, Tyler

Eckdahl, McKenna

Enzinna, Sophia

Giroux, Michaela

Gullo, Amanuel

Heagney, Rose

Hoffman, Nicholas

Lian Liu, JeXuan

Lyttle, Caroline

Mahoney, Margaux

Maneval, Charles

Marshall, Emma

Murphy, Andrew

Nemitz, Jordan

Popelka, Marcello

Rheude, Alex

Robinson, Katherine

Roller, Cora

Romano, Ava

Rottingen, Erik

Russell, Phoebe

Schneider, Regina

Simons, Robert Conrad

Spinelli, George

Springer, Morgan

Taft, Meckenzie

Taylor, Janey

Teerlinck, Elizabeth

Tenney, Alexa

Tessena, Lukan

Urlacher, Daniel

Urlacher, Molly

Vigh, Deborah

Windover, Jonathan

Yoder, Sarah

York, Jude

  • Character

    The force within an individual which distinguishes that person from others.

  • Service

    Willingness to work without monetary compensation or recognition

  • Leadership

    The willingness to yield to one's personal interests for the interest of others.

  • Scholarship

    A commitment to learning.

nhs induction with female at table with candle


The motto of National Honor Society (NHS) is Noblesse Oblige, a French phrase literally meaning “nobility obligates”.In broader terms, it signifies that those of high rank have the obligation to behave honorably, generously and responsibly to others. Membership in the National Honor Society requires that individuals uphold this motto and excel in scholarship, service, character, and leadership.

Selection and membership in the National Honor Society is a privilege. It is more than just an honor roll. Students do not apply for membership, rather they are selected. First, their scholarship or academic record is reviewed. Any student with a cumulative grade point average, as calculated after the fall semester of their junior year, with a 90% or higher is given consideration for review.

 Invitations to current Juniors will be distributed following the posting of second quarter grades.

Thank you!