The Annual National Honor Society Induction took place on December 4, 2018. One hundred twenty four students, from both the junior and senior classes, were inducted into the society that prides itself on four pillars: scholarship, character, leadership, and service. Getting inducted requires students to withhold a high grade point average as well as being heavily involved in not only Cherokee, but in their community. Some students have volunteered hundreds and hundreds of hours not because they were forced to, but because they wanted to. Each year, the National Honor Society Induction is a night for some of Cherokee’s hardest working students to come together with teachers that have impacted their academic career and helped them achieve success. Being inducted is more than just something to put on your college resume, it represents how hard a student has worked for more than three-quarters of their high school career. Congratulations to all of our newly-inducted Chiefs!