National Honor Society

Last week I got informed that I am in National Honor Society! I told myself since the 9th grade that I wanted to be in NHS and look at me now. I am so proud of how far I have come since I began high school. I remember being so shy in middle school, never doing anything in the community and only sticking to my friend group. My, how things have changed. I owe a lot of how I grew as a person to Rotary. Honestly, I have no idea where I would be right now if I did not go out of my comfort zone and join rotary my Freshman year of high school. I also need to take a moment to reflect on all of the friends that I have had and currently have. They taught me how it is okay to be silly at times, ask the teacher questions, how to work hard. I do not know where I would be without them. Being in NHS is more than a pin you get, or a certificate you receive. It shows that you can literally achieve anything you set your mind to. That if you work hard, you can have anything that you desire.